Pakistan's Taliban Generation investigates how the war on terror is creating a generation of child terrorists - children prepared to kill both inside and outside Pakistan.
With the recent attack in Lahore on the Sri Lankan cricket team, last year's massive suicide bombing in Islamabad and the assault on Mumbai, Pakistan's radical Islamists are bringing violence to the major cities of Pakistan and beyond.
Pakistani journalist Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy reveals how the Taliban are recruiting increasingly young fighters for their campaign. She meets a 14-year-old boy in Karachi who's desperate to become a suicide bomber, and speaks to the elite unit of the anti-terror police squad, who warn that the Taliban are recruiting children from small madrassas in deprived neighbourhoods. She also interviews a Taliban commander responsible for child recruitment, Qari Abdullah, who reveals that children as young as five are now being used by the Taliban..........
Sharmeen is shocked by what she has discovered, and what it all means for her country: 'This new generation - brutalized and radicalized by poverty, indoctrination and war - are Pakistan's future.