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Uploaded on Dec 3, 2008

More than two thousand Islamists, mainly students, took to the streets of Pakistan's capital Islamabad on Wednesday (December 3) to protest against Indian accusations over the attacks on Mumbai last week, Indian investigators have said the Mumbai attackers had months of commando training in Pakistan by the Lashkar-e-Taiba group, blamed for a 2001 attack on India's parliament. Pakistan has condemned the Mumbai assault, denies any involvement by state agencies and has offered to work with India in its investigations into the attacks. Pakistan rejects what it calls "unsubstantiated allegations" of complicity. Chanting "We are alive, by the grace of Allah," the protesters marched towards the Parliament House but were stopped by security personnel behind barbed wire barriers. "In the wake of the self-inflicted terrorism in Mumbai, India wants to become another America, and plans to attack Pakistan," Raees Gul, a leader of Jamaat-e-Islami's students wing told the crowd, which prayed for Pakistan and burned flags of India, the US and Israel. India has said most, if not all, the 10 militants who rampaged through its financial capital killing 171 people were from Pakistan, including the one survivor. India has long said Pakistan is unable or unwilling to act against anti-India militant groups there. The latest attacks risk unravelling improved ties between the adversaries, who have fought three wars since independence from Britain in 1947.

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