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statistics on targeted violence against religoius communities in pakistan

July 18

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This is related to Yesterday's Quetta incident

July 16

 In the past, Abrar Hussain, a Professional Gold Medalist boxer was gunned down by Laskhar e Jhangvi terrorists. Abrar Hussain represented Pakistan at the 1984, 1988, and 1992 Summer Olympics and secured a gold medal in 1990 South Asian Games.

Yesterday, another Shia Hazara profesional boxer, Muhammad Idrees (Top Right) was gunned down along with 3 other Hazara Shia people by same banned outfit Lashkar a Jhangvi.


4 Shia Hazara shot martyred in Quetta by Taliban terrorists

July 15

Four Shiite Hazara Muslims were martyred when armed militants of outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba (Yazeed) and Taliban opened fire at their vehicle near Kaghan Hotel, on Masjid road in Quetta on Monday.


“The attackers, who were on a motorcycle, fled the scene after firing easily,” Shiite News correspondent reported from Quetta. 
“Raza Hussain, whose vehicle was fired at was the owner of an electronics shop in the area and was going home after closing shop, adding that the incident took place shortly before Iftar.
The dead bodies were shifted to a hospital while police officials cordoned off the area for further investigation.
Fayyaz Sumbal, the Deputy Inspector General Police, said four militants opened fire at the vehicle on Masjid road area of Quetta.



Malik Ishaq (Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Chief) Practising Infantry Skills with the Elite Police Force

July 09

Here is a fleeting video that shows Malik Ishaq (Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Chief) borrowing the gun from an Elite Police Force policeman and firing a round in the air. Now, Malik Ishaq (Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Chief) surely fires many rounds during his routine life and 
this video should be of no surprise. However, this momentary clip stands out in its import because it shows to what the country’s government and security agencies are complicit with the terrorists. This is yet another blatant manifestation of the depths to which the rule of law has sunk in this country and further proof that even as the government issues statements against the extremism, it simultaneously deals with sectarian terrorists in a manner that runs directly contrary to both the imperatives of maintaining law and order and the fundamental tenets of democracy.


Quetta: Hazara Town suicide blast leaves 28 dead, over 60 wounded

June 30

QUETTA: Twenty-eight people lost their lives while over 60 others sustained wounds when a suicide bomber blew himself up near an Imam Bargah in Aliabad area of Hazara Town here on Sunday


Those killed also include two women while women and children are also among the injured, twenty of whom are said to be in critical condition.

According to Capital City Police Officer (CCPO), the suicide bomber detonated the explosive strapped to his body when he was stopped from entering the premises of the Imam Bargah Abu Talib.


Karachi:9 killed as bomb hits SHC judge's convoy in Karachi

June 26

KARACHI  - At least nine people were killed and 15 others injured when a bomb hit Sindh High Court judge Maqbool Baqir s convoy in Karachi on Wednesday

According to police, Justice Baqir was going to court when a bomb attached to a motorcycle went off near his vehicle.

Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon said that Justice Baqir was wounded in the attack and he is being treated at Agha Khan Hospital.


GILGIT:10 including 9 foreigners killed in Gilgit, north Pakistan

June 23

GILGIT: Twenty-five local tour guides were arrested in connection with the killing of foreign mountaineers in Gilgit Baltistan on Sunday.

Security forces also took two eyewitnesses with them for questioning.

The victims include two Pakistanis, three Chinese, five Ukrainians and one Russian tourist.

Three injured tourists were shifted to hospital.

Meanwhile, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar met Chinese and Ukrainian diplomats to express condolence. He said two Chinese, one Nepali and one Chinese American have been identified while the process is under way to identify six others.

“We strongly condemn the terrorist attack,” he said.

Ukrainian envoy said that he took up the matter with the Pakistani government. He hoped that Pakistan would bring the culprits to book.


Peshawar:Suicide Blast In Madrassa Hussaini Leave 17 Dead

June 21

PESHAWAR: A suicide bomber blew himself up in Gulshan Colony, Peshawar, killing 15 and leaving 22 injured, Express News reported on Friday.

The Hussaini Madrassa in the area was the target of the blast. The interior of the madrassa was destroyed. There were around 40 people inside the madrassa at the time of the blast.

The madrassa has the capacity to hold up to 80 people. People inside the madrassa were preparing for Friday prayers at the time of the blast.

A rescue operation was conducted. The injured were shifted to a nearby local hospital and security forces sealed the affected areas.

President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain condemned the attack.


Blast in Quetta kills 11 women's university students

June 15

QUETTA: Two blasts in Quetta have left over 11 dead and more than 20 injured.

The first blast took place on a bus parked in the parking lot of Sardar Bahadur Khan University


A powerful blast ripped through a bus of a women's university in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta today, killing 11 students and injuring 22 others.

The incident occurred within the campus of Sardar Bahadur Khan Women's University at Brewery Road.

Students and faculty members were in the stationary bus when a bomb planted inside went off.

They were waiting to go home after the end of classes.

Police officials said 11 girls, all students of the university, were killed.

Twenty-two injured people, most of them students, were taken to a nearby hospital.

Doctors described the condition of three of them as serious.

Several girls sustained severe burn injuries as the explosion triggered a fire in the bus.


Taliban claim bomb in southwest Pakistan that kills 13

May 24

The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility on Thursday for a bomb that killed 11 security personnel and two civilians in the southwestern city of Quetta.

Sixteen people were wounded in the attack in the capital of Baluchistan province, and the death toll could rise, police said. The bomb was planted in a three-wheeled auto-rickshaw and blew up as a truck carrying the security men passed by.

"We proudly claim responsibility for Thursday's blast in Quetta and the target was local police. The Baluchistan police recently arrested and killed some of our colleagues belonging to the Swat Taliban," said Taliban spokesman Ihsanullah Ihsan.

Swat is a region in northwest Pakistan that the militants have tried to control for years.



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