A combination picture shows Pakistan's new (R) and old (L) passports in Islamabad January 7, 2005. In the old passport, the holder is required to declare his religion while the government omitted the religion column in the new ones. A heated dispute over whether new Pakistani passports should specify religious affiliation has underlined the problems President Pervez Musharraf faces in projecting Pakistan as a progressive, moderate Islamic state. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed MK/ABP

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A combination picture shows Pakistan's new (R) and old (L) passports in Islamabad January 7, 2005. In the old passport, the holder is required to declare his religion while the government omitted the religion column in the new ones. A heated dispute over whether new Pakistani passports should specify religious affiliation has underlined the problems President Pervez Musharraf faces in projecting Pakistan as a progressive, moderate Islamic state. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed MK/ABP

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