Pakistan is home to the incredibly controversial "University of Jihad" where militant Islamic law and anti-American sentiment rule the day. I don't think that Pakistan should continue to support this so-called "University" because it is known for producing Taliban fighters and their leaders, which is the last thing we need in this violent era.
Pakistan should not give money to the 'University of Jihad.' Pakistan receives a large amount of money from the United States to help fight the war on terror. They need to be effective partners, and not fund terrorist organizations. The world needs everyone's cooperation in this ideological battle against violent extremists.
No, Pakistan should not be able to give money to fund the University of Jihad. Supporting the university shows the world community that they are accepting state funded terrorism. Jihad is a war that has been waged against various nations for a number of years and it should not receive any state funding to support terroristic activities. The country should take a stand and not support this type of university in their community and their country.
No , I do not believe that Pakistan should have given money to the "University of Jihad" because the ideology of Jihad is very evil and destructive. Pakistan is basically supporting organized terrorism and paying to help breed a new generation of terrorists who are motivated to destroy Western civilization and America.