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Islamabad / Rawalpindi (Pakistan), Nov 16 (EFE / EPA).- About a thousand Islamists kept one of the main entrances to the Pakistani capital blocked on Monday in protest against the "blasphemous" cartoons of Muhammad published in France.Supporters of the extremist Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan party have occupied the Faizabad intersection, which links the cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, causing transport chaos in the Pakistani capital.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTESTS ON MONDAY.

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