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Watch Video Severed head of ex-navy man found hanging from bridge in Karachi

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November 30

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Pakistani media blacks out the story of a severed head hanging from a bridge in Karachi

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November 30

Author: Hamad Arif Qadri

Having been born and raised in Karachi, I have always loved my hometown. So much so that being to over 45 beautiful and peaceful cities of the world, I feel unexplainable association with Karachi. It was natural then to feel alarmed and insecure when the city’s largest party, MQM, warned of Karachi’s Talibanization. Much before Altaf Bhai, senior Sunni Barelvi clerics including Saleem Qadri Shaheed warned Pakistan about creeping Talibanization of Karachi in the shape of Takfeeri Deobandi terrorist groups (ASWJ-SSP) and madrassas. So many people made fun of Altaf Hussain and Saleem Qadri Shaheed when they made the statements. But we are now seeing it really happening.




On Friday (29 Nov 2013), DAWN TV reported that Takfiri Deobandi terrorists of Sipah Sahaba Taliban (ASWJ-TTP) beheaded a retired Pakistan Navy officer Saleem Raza alia Fauji in Buffer Zone Karachi. Later, they drilled his head and hung it with a rope on Sohrab Goth bridge with a notice saying this is revenge for Rawalpindi incident. Saleem Raza was a Sunni Barelvi (Sunni Sufi), and had an Alam (religious flag) on his home to express his love for Prophet Muhammad (SAWW)’s family. This deep love for Prophet’s (SAWW) family is something the Takfiri Deobandi Sipah Sahaba Taliban didn’t like, and took his life for.

Saleem Raza Shaheed, known as Peer Saleem Fauji Bhai, was a retired sailor of Pakistan Navy. He lived alone in the house in Sector 16-A of Buffer Zone, and was known for his spirituality and charitable work.

The location of the severed head hanging from the Sohrab Goth bridge is equally relevant. It was hanged next to the wall-chalking “Assalam-o-Alaika Ya Rasul Allah”, a Sunni Barelvi ritual of devotion and salutation to Prophet Muhammad (pbuhp). It may be noted that Deobandi and Salafi Wahhabi Muslims reject the salutation (Ya Rasul Allah) of the Prophet by Sunni Barelvi Muslims, they consider it shirk (polytheism).



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9 KILLED 48 INJURED IN TWIN BLASTS IN A SHIA NEIGHBORHOOD OF KARACHI , PAKISTAN

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November 23

[23 Nov 2013]
KARACHI: Shia locality of Sadaat Colony ( Incholi Society ) , was rocked by Twin explosions which ripped through shops and vehicles on the main road leading to Incholi on Friday, killing at least Nine people and injuring over 50 others.



The first blast took place outside a paan shop in a crowded area. Minutes later, the second blast, yards away from the first, took place outside a Caterer office . Both the blasts were almost of the same intensity.The two blasts took place within minutes of each other in the city’s bustling, predominantly Shiit neighbourhood of Ancholi

   

 

  • The improvised explosive devices were planted on two motorbikes, which went off with a big bang, killing Nine people and injuring 48 others,” senior local police official Javed Odho told AFP.
  • He said it was difficult to say immediately whether Shiites were the target because Sunnis  also lived near the blast site and were also Killed in the Blast.

 

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Rawalpindi Ashura Procession Under Attack

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November 15

Rawalpindi Ashura procession under attack, Shiites burnt alive, mosques, Imam Bargahs and market incinerated


Terrorists attacked Ashura processions, burnt Shiites alive and also put on fire Shia mosques, Imam Bargahs and a cloth market in Rawalpindi on Friday.

Shiite News Correspondent reported that a Yazidi Friday prayer leader of Deobandi Masjid Ghulamullah was inciting the supporters making a pro-Yazid and anti-Imam Hussain (AS) hate-speech.

As soon as the Ashura procession that began from Colonel Maqbool Imam Bargah, reached Fountain Chowk Kashmir Bazaar, the Yazidi terrorists and fanatics hiding inside the mosque opened firing upon the azadar (mourners).

 

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Series of bomb attacks injures 20 in Karachi

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November 13

[13-11-2013]
KARACHI: Three bomb and grenade attacks near Imambargahs in North Nazimabad and North Karachi on Wednesday night left about 20 people injured. The attacks sowed fear in the city on the eve of Ashura processions that have drawn tight security measures across the metropolis.

The injured included policemen, Rangers personnel and media persons.

Officials believed that the attacks took place in ‘sensitive’ areas and were aimed at creating disturbances.

Two men were wounded when a small improvised explosive device (IED) went off in Pahar Ganj area and over 15 others suffered injuries in another blast not very far away.

                 

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Shiites injured as Yazidi terrorists attack an azadari juloos in Muzaffar Garh

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November 12

Several Shia Muslims were hurt when Yazidi nasbi takfiri terrorists of outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba attacked an azadari procession in Khan Garh Doma, Ali Poor area of district Muzaffar Garh on Tuesday.
     
                          

Shiite News Correspondent reported that notorious terrorists were trying to block and disperse the azadars so that they could not proceed with the procession. They sprayed volleys of bullets at the azadars and and also set fire on the route of the procession. The terrorists gathered at Gujar Chowk but police has taken no action against them.

Azadars have begun protest against the attack and lack of action against the terrorists.

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Religious tension in Pakistan as Muslims dig up Hindu grave

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October 10

KARACHI: A Hindu grave was dug up near Pakistan's southern city of Karachi in a dispute over burial plots, police said Tuesday.


Local residents in Pangrio town, some 225 kilometres east of Karachi, protested that a man from the minority Hindu community had been buried in the main Muslim graveyard.

“The members of the Muslim community dug up the grave on Sunday, removed the body and handed it over to the town administration,” local police officer Aslam Khanzada told AFP.

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ABOUT MINORITIES

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October 10

Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif claimed during his address at UN General Assembly that minorities are enjoying equal rights. Really?

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Peshawar blast kills 38, injures 100

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September 29

PESHAWAR: At least 38 people were killed and 100 others sustained injuries in a blast in Peshawar’s Qissa Khwani area on Sunday, a week after a bombing at a church in the city killed scores, police and hospital authorities said.

Islamist violence has been on the rise in Pakistan in recent months, undermining Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's efforts to tame the insurgency by launching peace talks with the Taliban.



                       

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Blast near church in Peshawar kills 60, injures 55

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September 22

[22-09-2013]
PESHAWAR: An explosion near a church in Peshawar's Kohati gate area killed 60 persons and wounded 10 others on Sunday.
         


The blast took place in the ground of a church near Kohati Gate at Qissa Khwani bazaar. According to the police, the intention of the blast was suicidal.

More than 300 people were attending sunday prayers at local church when the incident took place.

The injured have been shifted to Lady Reading Hospital for treatment. The rescue operation is ongoing.


 

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