Shiites’ Vigil Protest Outside Interior Minister of Pakistan’s Residence in London Reviewed by Momizat on . The protesters demanded the Interior Minister to stop the genocide of Shia Muslims in order to save Pakistan. (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Shiite Muslims organize The protesters demanded the Interior Minister to stop the genocide of Shia Muslims in order to save Pakistan. (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Shiite Muslims organize Rating:
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Shiites’ Vigil Protest Outside Interior Minister of Pakistan’s Residence in London

Shiites’ Vigil Protest Outside Interior Minister of Pakistan's Residence in London
The protesters demanded the Interior Minister to stop the genocide of Shia Muslims in order to save Pakistan.

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Shiite Muslims organized a vigil protest outside the residence of Interior Minister of Pakistan Senator Rehman Malik in London against ongoing genocide of Shia Muslims in Pakistan.

Hundreds of Shiites belonging to Pakistan and other countries attended the protester and condemned the massacre of Shia Muslims in Pakistan.

An emergency vigil protest was organized by United Shia Front UK near Edgware Road, Marble Arch.

The protesters demanded the Interior Minister to stop the genocide of Shia Muslims in order to save Pakistan.

Malik said “Sunnis are not killing innocent Shia Muslims.”

He once again confirmed that Sipah-e-Sahaba, Lashkar-e-Jhagvi and Jesh-e-Muhammad were involve in targeted killings of Shia Muslims in Pakistan.

Minister promised that strong action will be taken against the terrorists who are killing innocent Pakistani Shias.

Minister termed Shia Genocide conspiracy against Pakistan.

Talking about the Governor Rule in Pakistan, he rejected the pressure JUI-(F) leader Fazl-ur-Rehman and Governor Rule’s future will be treated as per constitute.

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