Kalashnikov culture


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Noun1.Kalashnikov culture - the attitudes and behavior in a social group that resolves political disputes by force of arms; "the Kalashnikov culture in Afghanistan"
culture - the attitudes and behavior that are characteristic of a particular social group or organization; "the developing drug culture"; "the reason that the agency is doomed to inaction has something to do with the FBI culture"
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Lives of millions in Pakistan's tribal areas to streets across Iraq Libya and Syria are being devastated - they are the expendable' victims of the Jihadist Kalashnikov culture" and the ritual droning of Pakistanis Yemenis Syrians Iraqis and Libyans worsens this scenario - one that is supposed to secure the West against terrorism by the Jihadists.
Kalashnikov culture; small arms proliferation and irregular warfare.
In 2001, the government launched a countrywide anti-arms drive in a bid to curb the 'Kalashnikov culture' that provides easy access to illegal arms.
In a major televised address, General Musharraf banned two Kashmiri extremist groups linked to a terrorist attack on the New Delhi parliament last month and condemned the 'Kalashnikov culture' which was rife in his country.
Pakistan, unfortunately, has already experienced US ability to ignore Pakistan's legitimate concerns once its immediate needs are over, in the endgame of the war with the USSR, when it found itself abandoned and left to deal aloe with the consequences, in the shape of a massive refugee problem, the Kalashnikov culture and the heroin menace, not to forget religious extremism.
They said the FOA over the years had played an effective role in ending what they termed the 'kalashnikov culture' in tribal areas and replaced it with productive sports activities.
'Quaid-i-Azam's vision of Pakistan was dented by the dictatorial regimes and elements infesting Kalashnikov culture, ethnic hatred and extremism in the society,' said Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
The allegation about the deep rooted Kalashnikov culture is made by the political workers against General Zia Government.
At the same time, they brought with them the drug and Kalashnikov culture. This soon infiltrated into the Pakistani social fabric and became a menace for the government.
The back of Pakistan's economy has been drifted down with heavy load of refugees and national generation has become useless with the opening of paths to heroin and drugs while the Kalashnikov culture has given birth to suicide blasts as a result of which the whole country is bleeding.
Resultantly, the society was introduced to the 'Kalashnikov culture'.
He objects to what he calls Kalashnikov culture and vulgar dances in the present day Pashto movies.