A Pakistani madrassa slapped with US sanctions as an alleged terror training centre has denied the charges, insisting it teaches only religion and Arabic grammar to around 150 boys.
A Pakistani student reads a book at the Ganj Islamic seminary in Peshawar, August 21, 2013. The Pakistani madrassa, slapped with US sanctions for being an alleged terror training centre, has denied the charges, insisting it teaches only religion and Arabic grammar to around 150 boys.
The US Treasury said the Ganj seminary in the northwestern city of Peshawar was being used as a training and recruiting base by Al-Qaeda, the Taliban and militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).
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