In Pakistan, some fundamentalist Islamic schools teach PC use

04/27/2004 | Wired magazine

In a handful of Pakistan's 12,000 Islamic traditional schools, boys are supplementing their Koranic studies with computer courses. Some academics believe those schools are promoting computer literacy only to appear to be heeding President Pervez Musharraf's calls for madrasas to modernize.

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