Across Pakistan, an increasingly radical brand of Islamic school or madrassa is gaining influence, spreading a purist form of Islam through its students, many of whom go on to become imams and preachers across the country.
In response to the NATO air strikes over the weekend, Islamabad is demanding that the US vacate a base inside Pakistan used to launch drone attacks. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Spencer Ackerman of Wired.com's "Danger Room" blog about the base.
Tensions are boiling in Pakistan over the anti-Islam video that's sparked protests in many Muslim nations. In Pakistan, the government has responded to the protests there by declaring tomorrow a national holiday, called "Day for the Love of the Prophet."