On Sunday, Pakistan held its second round of executions since it lifted its moratorium on the death penalty last week. The ban was lifted following the Pakistan Taliban's brutal attack on a Peshawar school in which 132 school children and nine adults were killed. Four Islamic militants were hung on Sunday for attacking former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf, according to a senior Pakistani official. Two others who were also held in the same prison, the tightly-guarded Faisalabad jail, were executed on Friday. Thus far, the only people who have been executed in Pakistan were convicted from terrorist acts against the government, not civilians. Critics have argued that the increasing number of executions is the Pakistani government's attempt to distract from its inability to track down those involved with the Peshawar school attack.