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Thursday, 1 October 2009

Gilgit: Shia killing by the Taliban / Sipah-e-Sahaba terrorists

SFP News:
September 30, 2009

Four Shia Muslims were killed in Gilgit since bomb blast at Al Murtaza Book Center. On 26th Septermber a bomb was thwon on Shia book Center resulting four people injured. After such incident the situation became tense. The injured of bomb blast named Aqib Murtaza succumbed to death including four others in various acts of target killings by Sipah-e-Yazeed (wrongly known as Sipah-e-Sahaba).

The Northern Areas of Pakistan were renamed as Gilgit-Baltistan by the Government of Pakistan last month along with long-awaited reform package for the region potentially paving the way for effective governance and development of a very down-trodden area. Mercenaries of Wahhabai/Deobandi origin and disturbers of peace, however, wanted to destroy the goodwill created in these areas by the Federal Government's announcement and in the last week leading up to the visit of the Prime Minister to Gilgit-Baltistan.

These vicious acts of violence appear to be planned to provoke a backlash that will not be detrimental for the people of the region and are designed to severely affect the Federal Government's efforts to initiate the planned changes and economic development of the area.

Tensions in gilgit are created by Wahhabis and Deobandis from Chalas who come from Kohistan to fight Shia Gilgities

Chalasias are poor fanatic people; they find Shia Sunni conflict as an excuse for looting and killing reletively rich Gilgities

Some comments:

A fascinating development - no sooner is it recognized that a permananent solution to the anomaly that was "Northern Areas" and we have a "welcome" - now if Bill Longley is correct about the "killing shi'ahs" thing, what does it say about the degree to which Wahabi/Salafi ideology has penetrated Pakistan? What does it say about the success the Al-Qaeeda Wahabi influenced Takfiri are having in creating sectarian wars in Pakistan and in doing so, destroy Jinnah's Pakistan?

The job ahead of cleaning Pakistan of this Wahabi/Salafi ideology is going to be a long one - When Muslims cannot live peacefully with each other, what chance they will live peacefully with non-Muslims??

But soon the defenders of the Wahabi/Salafi ideology will be around saying "why blame us" and it's not Wahabi/Salafi ideology, it's something else, I know, it's the US Hindu-Zionists, yeah, that's the ticket - sure it is - just like we used to hear "no Muslim could do this" but then it took hundreds of innocents killed in suicide attacks to understand that we must be honest with each other.

ituation in parachinar is more worst than any other part in country. but unfortunately govt. and media not admit this act is"terrorism" and keep deaf ear over the situation for last two years.

Govt. and media both think this is part of secretriasm and avoid to help the Shias like they are doing in Swat and Waziristan by recruiting and aurmoring the Lashkars.

last two weeks ago the sole route of parichinar for from Afghanistan was also closed by Afghan Govt.(parichnar road link within Pakistan is closed by Taliban for last one year).

They have unable to survive without food and medicines.Hundreds of children had been died due to unavailability of medicines.

One day Govt. and media would must admit the taliban of parichnar "terrorist" like they did label "lashkar jhangvi" and "sipah shaba" as terrorist now.

Muse: I am becoming convinced that Pakistani police and security agencies are creating by their ineptness, a serious, a very serious situation:

4 killed in firing on Gilgit passenger van

GILGIT: Four people were killed and 10 others injured when unidentified persons opened fire on a passenger van on Wednesday.

Gilgit-Baltistan Inspector General Police Kursheed Alam Khan said four people, including a 13-year-old boy, were killed when unidentified persons opened fire on a van travelling from Basin to Gilgit.

He said the boy was killed on the spot while three injured men died in the hospital, adding that two of the injured were in critical condition. app

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