According to the Associated Press on Tuesday, Bhutto's party, the PPP, said today that the book had been planned long in advance, "But its release could give an extra boost to the party's cause in the Feb. 18 vote." PPP spokeswoman, Sherry Rehman, told reporters today, "It is a tragic moment for us, but we feel she is with us in every sense ... She is guiding our election campaign."
Constable's review concluded, "Despite its flaws of self-indulgence and omission, this book contains a larger truth. Islam does need to find its place as a moderate guiding force for millions of followers in the modern world, instead of being stolen by jihadists and written off as the religion of suicide bombers." The Post writer emphasized, "Perhaps, however, Bhutto's destiny was not to rule Pakistan, but to die for the cause of its unfulfilled, fast-dimming promise as a Muslim democracy."
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