Sipah-e-Yazid’s terrorists desecrated alam pak in rural Sindh Reviewed by Momizat on . Notorious hooligans of outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba (in fact an army of Yazid) desecrated and removed an alam pak in district Naushehro Feroze on Saturday morning. T Notorious hooligans of outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba (in fact an army of Yazid) desecrated and removed an alam pak in district Naushehro Feroze on Saturday morning. T Rating:
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Sipah-e-Yazid’s terrorists desecrated alam pak in rural Sindh

Sipah-e-Yazid’s terrorists desecrated alam pak in rural Sindh
Notorious hooligans of outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba (in fact an army of Yazid) desecrated and removed an alam pak in district Naushehro Feroze on Saturday morning.

The terrorists who were enemies of Ahl-e-Bait (AS), stormed into Bukhari Moallah, Moro City of Naushehro Feroze district and desecrated the alam pak on gun point. They removed the alam pak and fled the scene.

The desecration of alam pak evoked stiff protest from Shiites living in the city of Moro. They came out and staged a sit-in outside police station. They demanded registration of a case against the culprits, arrest of them and legal action against them.

On their demand and protest, police arrested Bashir, Majeed and Manzoor for desecration of alam pak. The protesters dispersed peacefully.

Alam is a flag and alam of Hazrat Abbas attributed to Hazrat Abbas, the flag bearing commander of 72-members army of Imam Hussain (AS) who fought a defensive war with the aggressive army of Umayyad despotic ruler Yazid who called him caliph.

People of Sindh love Imam Hussain (AS) very much and detest Yazid and his followers. To express their adoration for Ahl-e-Bait (AS) and in particular Imam Hussain (AS) and Hazrat Abbas (AS), they hoist alam on the rooftops of their houses and also install alam in lanes and streets alongside Imam Barbgahs. The alam pak are fluttering on the holy shrines of great Islamic saints in Sindh namely Lal Shahbaz Qalandar (RA) and Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai (RA).

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