Terrorism due to War of Afghanistan damaged the country's economy and infrastructure to a great extent from 2001-09 but Pakistan is once again developing.
Pakistan is a nuclear power as well as a declared nuclear-weapon state, having conducted six nuclear tests in response to five nuclear tests of their rival Republic of India in May 1998.
In the Afghan-Soviet War, it supported the Sunni Mujahideens and played a vital role in the defeat of Soviet Forces and forced them to withdraw from Afghanistan.
The country continues to face challenging problems including terrorism, poverty, illiteracy, corruption and political instability.
In Nigeria, states practicing the Shari’ah are mostly in the northern states while the non-practicing states continue south wards.
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In the early years, the first Muslim societies used the Quran revelations as a basis for setting standards of conduct for the people. Also, in the case of same-sex relationships, it would not be approved by the Shari’ah law.
The communities were under the leadership of Prophet Mohammed during this period in the year 622. This is because God in the Quran did not condone the act and therefore, the law disapproves it.
The first five tests were conducted on May 28 and the sixth one on May 30.
With this status, Pakistan is seventh in world, second in South Asia and the only country in the Islamic World.