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Pakistan's Sufis under attack from Islamic hard-liners

4 August 2014 Last updated at 04:46 BST

For centuries Pakistan was the land of Sufism, a tolerant, mystical practice of Islam, with hypnotic rituals.

It still has millions of followers, but with the spread of hard-line Islam, Sufism has been in retreat.

Kim Ghattas reports from Bhit Shah, a small town in the south of Pakistan.

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