JI, LeJ, ASWJ Join Anti-Asad Terrorist Groups To Massacre Shias Reviewed by Momizat on . A large number militants of Pakistan’s Jamaat-e-Islami accompanied banned outfits have joined terrorists groups in Syria to massacre the Army, Shias, Christians A large number militants of Pakistan’s Jamaat-e-Islami accompanied banned outfits have joined terrorists groups in Syria to massacre the Army, Shias, Christians Rating:
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JI, LeJ, ASWJ Join Anti-Asad Terrorist Groups To Massacre Shias

JI, LeJ, ASWJ Join Anti-Asad Terrorist Groups To Massacre Shias
A large number militants of Pakistan’s Jamaat-e-Islami accompanied banned outfits have joined terrorists groups in Syria to massacre the Army, Shias, Christians and Sunnis who are supporting Bashar ul Asad Government.
Deobandi and Wahhabi militants from Pakistan belonging to banned terrorist groups Sipah-e-Sahaba (currently freely operating as Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat Deobandi (ASWJ-D), Lashkar-e-Jhagvi (LeJ) and Taliban (TTP) have also joined the Al Nusra Front in Syria.
Some members and supporters of the Jamaat-e-Islami too are reported to have joined the Jihadists in Syria in companied ASWJ-D and LeJ.
A member of one of Pakistan’s biggest Islamic political parties, Jamaat-e-Islami, said a small number of its followers have also gone to fight in Syria, but not through any organized network. He spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of being persecuted by the government. Jamaat-e-Islami is a religio-political party comprising mainly radical Deobandi and Wahhabi Muslims, the party is known for pro-Jihadist stance and supports Al Qaeda and Taliban.
Governments of Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and UAE are taking care of Pakistani Wahhabi and Deobandi terrorists’ expenses of travel and logistics. Turkish visas are currently freely available in Islamabad for the purposes of the so called Jihad in Syria against secular government of President Bashar Al Assad.
While Pakistani Interior Ministry spokesman Omar Hamid Khan said provincial authorities throughout Pakistan deny that militants have left the country for Syria. But three Pakistani intelligence officials based in the tribal region that borders Afghanistan, as well as militants themselves, say the fighters leaving Pakistan for Syria include members of al-Qaida, the Pakistani Taliban (Deobandi) and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Deobandi.

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