MWM terms MQM-ASWJ killer of Allama Jalbani Reviewed by Momizat on . Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslmeen Pakistan has termed the assassination of their active leader martyr Allama Deedar Ali Jalbani a great loss of Shias in Pakistan. They Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslmeen Pakistan has termed the assassination of their active leader martyr Allama Deedar Ali Jalbani a great loss of Shias in Pakistan. They Rating: 0
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MWM terms MQM-ASWJ killer of Allama Jalbani

MWM terms MQM-ASWJ killer of Allama Jalbani
Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslmeen Pakistan has termed the assassination of their active leader martyr Allama Deedar Ali Jalbani a great loss of Shias in Pakistan. They doubted Mutahida Quomi Movement and Takfiri the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba renamed as Ahl-e-Sunnat-wal-Jamaat who independently carried out the attacks on Shia Muslims across the country.

During the funeral prayer of martyr Allama Deedar Ali Jalbani, MWM Chief Allama Raja Nasir Abbas said that Takfiri terrorists hiding in Deobandi Madrasahs are involve in assassination of Allama Jalbani. He also demanded the immediate action and operation against such Madrasahs where terrorism is taught in the name of Islam.

In this connection a daily Newspaper UMMAT-KARACHI ahs published in urdu that the involvement of Mutahida Quomi Movement (MQM) cannot be denied in the murder of Allama Deedar Ali Jalbani, said Allama Amin Shaheed, the senior leader of Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslmeen. He also said in past, MQM was also witnessed in murder of their activists in Karachi and other parts of country.

Mutahida Quomi Movement is spreading sectarian hate in Karachi to cover its crimes involvemed in targeted killing of innocent citizens and other big crimes, he added. Allama Amini further said, there is no secterina conflict in Pakistan between Shias and Sunnis. Takfiri enemies are killing both innocent Shias and Sunnis.

Martyr Allama Deedar Ali Jalbani, who was shot dead along with his guard and three others on Tuesday.

Human Rights Watch says hundreds of Shias were killed in Pakistan in 2012, which was the deadliest year on record for the Shia Muslim community.

This comes while Shia Muslims in Pakistan say the government must take decisive action against the forces involved in the targeted killings. They also accuse Islamabad of failing to provide security for the Muslim community.

The country’s Shia leaders have called on the government to form a judicial commission to investigate the bloodshed.

Shias make up about one third of Pakistan’s population of over 180 million.

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