Pakistan, a country touted by Bush as an ally against terrorism, passed a bill that sanctions a secret police modeled after the Taliban or the Police of Vice and Virtue. BBC, 'Taleban Law' passed in Pakistan:
Pakistan's North West Frontier Province (NWFP) has passed a bill setting up a Taleban-style department under a cleric to enforce Islamic morality.
It gives the new department the power to use the police and media for the promotion of Islamic values.
The NWFP is governed by an alliance of religious parties, the MMA, that is sympathetic to the Taleban.
It has already introduced measures such as the banning of music on public transport.
This is "moderate Islam" at work.