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#1 Aabiss_Shakari

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Posted 17 July 2011 - 01:26 AM

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Malik Ishaq leader of terrorist organization Sipah Sahaba and Lashkar Jhangvi released from Jail. He even confessed in some of the cases. Lashkar Jhangvi is a terrorist organization involved in rape, kidnapping for ransom, bank robbery, killing innocent citizens etc. This is one of the reasons that terrorism has strong roots in Pakistan because terrorist groups like Lashkar e Jhangvi etc are easily operating and their terrorists are released from courts. Wrath of Allah be upon Lashkar e Jahanumi.

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Posted 17 July 2011 - 02:18 AM

bro, every passing say I am getting more convinced that Pakistan's fate is sealed.

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Posted 17 July 2011 - 02:52 AM

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Malik Ishaq (Laeen) has been released as a result of deal with Punjab government. Lanat on Nawaz League.

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Posted 17 July 2011 - 01:05 PM

Lashkar-e-Jhangvi is a reaction to the shia jaagirdaars of southern Punjab. People of Jhang did'nt take dictation like the ignorant sunnis did from Talpurs, to convert to shiism. They have honour, and that is what irks the shias, that anyone who comes between their missionary activities is subjected to laanat. Shias need to stop their nefarious activities or as the Newton says every action has its equal and opposite reaction.

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Posted 17 July 2011 - 01:45 PM

^You sympathize with murderers of the innocent. You justify their crimes. You are a part of the crime now. Have some fear of God.

Edited by JimJam, 17 July 2011 - 01:45 PM.


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Posted 17 July 2011 - 02:16 PM

Lashkar-e-Jhangvi is a reaction to the shia jaagirdaars of southern Punjab. People of Jhang did'nt take dictation like the ignorant sunnis did from Talpurs, to convert to shiism. They have honour, and that is what irks the shias, that anyone who comes between their missionary activities is subjected to laanat. Shias need to stop their nefarious activities or as the Newton says every action has its equal and opposite reaction.


You people are of no worth. No one can force someone to convert. This is found among terrorists like Wahabis etc. I belong to a Shia convert family. We were never forced by someone to convert. You have honor? You people are filthiest persons on the face of earth and it is in the interest of the peace of the world that beastly humans like you and Lashkar e Jahanumi must be done to death and world be cleaned from them. You want to know the face of your filthy sect? See this..


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FEICYxwzTw

One of the comment on the above video...

Wahabio kuch Aqal karo yar. they all muslim, innocent. one God, One Quran, One prophet, offering pryers, celebrate eid with u so what left behind. Tum to un Hindio say be bad tar ho jinho ny 2002 mein Muslims ka masicars kia. tum to hindo be nahi ho.balky insaan be nahi ho.khuda tum logo ko aqal day. tum sub muslim kay dushman ho. Ya Allah in wahabio ko utha lay aur Pakistan ko Bacha lay.

Ameen for bold part.

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Posted 17 July 2011 - 04:00 PM

Wow, the shias have become judge, jury, executioners all at once, do they even know what cases are filed against him? Which area he belongs from? This is "independent" judiciary which has set him free, which means that there was no concrete proof against him. Shias need to take rehab to get out of the beard phobia. Its because of Wahabis that you are having a joyride, if they become monsters, and come defend themselves, you won't have time commenting on websites, get out of your victim mentality, you have occupied all the vital assets of Pakistan and still making the same excuses.

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Posted 18 July 2011 - 10:34 AM

I think everyday it becomes clearer how KSA has planted their agents in Punjab...Lanat on all of them!
What a coincidence that just as he was released a blast went off in Multan while people were putting areezas, thankfully no one was hurt...Posted Image

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Posted 18 July 2011 - 10:50 AM

Wow, the shias have become judge, jury, executioners all at once, do they even know what cases are filed against him? Which area he belongs from? This is "independent" judiciary which has set him free, which means that there was no concrete proof against him. Shias need to take rehab to get out of the beard phobia. Its because of Wahabis that you are having a joyride, if they become monsters, and come defend themselves, you won't have time commenting on websites, get out of your victim mentality, you have occupied all the vital assets of Pakistan and still making the same excuses.


Congrats! you are awarded gold medal for being joker of the century.

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Posted 18 July 2011 - 04:14 PM

I think everyday it becomes clearer how KSA has planted their agents in Punjab...Lanat on all of them!
What a coincidence that just as he was released a blast went off in Multan while people were putting areezas, thankfully no one was hurt...Posted Image


Shias remind me of USA, what they themselves do, they accuse others immediately, so others don't get to benefit, the way they did. Like when US kidnapped German scientists and thru them planned and then got built an Atomic Bomb, they immediately started accusing the Russians, so they don't follow suit.
If KSA would've planted agents, built consulates in small Pakistani cities like Sukkur, Multan,etc., distribute literature coming from a specific centre in Qom, indoctrinate local Pakistanis and make them more loyal to Iran. Attract ignorant,illiterate, with weak beliefs thru money,recreational activities,etc.to join their fold, in the 80s we would'nt have a problem today of brother killing brother.
KSA was stupid and ignorant to fund money to specific charities that were run by ISI and Pak army, that served on the interests of the har**mkhor establishment not Pakistan, nor KSA, and most of all did'nt play a role to save sunnismin Southern Punjab and Northern Sindh, they were ignorant and now we are all paying a price due to Irani agents who were cunning to deploy people with a specific mission and infiltrate our country.
When I was reading your piece, I heard a blast, an LPG cylinder nearby had exploded, no one was hurt, as the LPG cylinder was'nt shia,hahahah.

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 11:14 AM

Shias remind me of USA, what they themselves do, they accuse others immediately, so others don't get to benefit, the way they did. Like when US kidnapped German scientists and thru them planned and then got built an Atomic Bomb, they immediately started accusing the Russians, so they don't follow suit.
If KSA would've planted agents, built consulates in small Pakistani cities like Sukkur, Multan,etc., distribute literature coming from a specific centre in Qom, indoctrinate local Pakistanis and make them more loyal to Iran. Attract ignorant,illiterate, with weak beliefs thru money,recreational activities,etc.to join their fold, in the 80s we would'nt have a problem today of brother killing brother.
KSA was stupid and ignorant to fund money to specific charities that were run by ISI and Pak army, that served on the interests of the har**mkhor establishment not Pakistan, nor KSA, and most of all did'nt play a role to save sunnismin Southern Punjab and Northern Sindh, they were ignorant and now we are all paying a price due to Irani agents who were cunning to deploy people with a specific mission and infiltrate our country.
When I was reading your piece, I heard a blast, an LPG cylinder nearby had exploded, no one was hurt, as the LPG cylinder was'nt shia,hahahah.


I thank Allah for Shia spread in Pakistan. Shukran Alhamdulillah :).

Poor Sunnism. This is not the fault of Sunnism. This is fault of Sunni elders like Muawvia, Abu Sufyan, Aysha etc who were so foolish that they fell easy prey of Abdullah Bin Saba (jew). Poor Muawvia, Abu Sufyan and Aysha. They had least a particle of wisdom that they were easily deceived by only one person i.e Abdullah Bin Saba. All of these and their follow Sahabis were easily made fool by one and only super intelligent Abdullah Bin Saba.

Like every human being who make Shaitan reason of every of his sin and does not make his Nafs accountable, Sunni elders made a historical Shaitan Abdullah Bin Saba to justify all his satanic deeds. Muawvia, Abu Sufyan, and Aysha were thirsty of money and power. They were GREEDY and had strong love for worldly desires.

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 11:21 AM

This habit of denial is destroying Pakistan. But they are the last ones to admit it.

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 01:39 PM


Aysha etc .



Mind it.

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 05:01 PM

I thank Allah for Shia spread in Pakistan. Shukran Alhamdulillah :).

Poor Sunnism. This is not the fault of Sunnism. This is fault of Sunni elders like Muawvia, Abu Sufyan, Aysha etc who were so foolish that they fell easy prey of Abdullah Bin Saba (jew). Poor Muawvia, Abu Sufyan and Aysha. They had least a particle of wisdom that they were easily deceived by only one person i.e Abdullah Bin Saba. All of these and their follow Sahabis were easily made fool by one and only super intelligent Abdullah Bin Saba.

Like every human being who make Shaitan reason of every of his sin and does not make his Nafs accountable, Sunni elders made a historical Shaitan Abdullah Bin Saba to justify all his satanic deeds. Muawvia, Abu Sufyan, and Aysha were thirsty of money and power. They were GREEDY and had strong love for worldly desires.


Hahaha why thank Allah? What you guys have to do with Him, please thank your God[with whom you ask to in your dua's] Moula Ali, and then Iran, some Taqiyyah[to hide your beliefs from the mainstream society] and also please don't forget ignorant munafiq sunnis like this member Yousuf Ahmed , whose ignorance and detachedness towards the poison Iran spread in our society is the result we will have to bear for the rest of our lives. Division in families, hatred towards their brothers' beliefs, or non-understandable hatred if their niece or nephew's name is Ayesha or Umar.
I'd like to commend you for admitting, how these consulates helped you, in reaching their goals. Shia community hatred towards the first 3 of the 4 caliphs[R.A] and Hazrat Ayesha [R.A.] and their opinion about them would put even a hanbali to shame. The Al-Sadr terrorists in Iraq used this hate to murder sunni children whose names were Ayesha and Umar. Sunnis' ignorance is gonna make them pay dearly, with a lot of bloodshed, by the hands of their own brethren, who were lost to Project no.1501 Qom hatred, but if they realize it and make preparation to stop Iran's illegal operations in Pakistan, then they mite at least give Pakistan's another generation some honour to defend their beliefs' and protect the honour of their sahabas'[R.A.], InshaAllah, in every way possible.

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Posted 20 July 2011 - 12:17 AM

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Radisson ,it is a sin to call anybody else Allah other than the one God.Even if it is for purpose of taunting,then it is a sin.You suunnis do ask from RasoolAllah(s.a.w.s).So many sunnis go to Medina to get their prayers answered.Then does that mean that you people have taken him for another God.Toba.Never comment like what you did.Read the Holy Quran ,stop fighting and wasting time fighting on a web site.This site is not made to be your battlefield.You can wait till we all get permission from Allah.Ok.Till then ,keep your ignorant thoughts about shia muslims in your mind.Do not let your tongue reveal your ignorance and belittle you.

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Posted 22 July 2011 - 12:36 PM

Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and the “lack of evidence”

We are ready to lay down lives (jaan bhee hazir hai) for the honour of the companions of the Holy Prophet (pbuh), Lashkar-e-Jhangvi leader Malik Ishaq said after he was freed from jail amid Kalashnikov-wielding supporters on a Land Cruiser motorcade. He did not specify whose lives he was talking about. But the Shia know.

The influential co-founder of a Sipah-e-Sahaba breakaway group now linked with al Qaeda and the Taliban received a stipend from the Punjab government while he was in jail, and like other key terror suspects, was allowed to use a mobile phone.

Malik Ishaq had told an Urdu daily in October 1997 that he was involved in the killing of 102 people. He was arrested the same year, and eventually charged with 70 of those murders in 44 different cases, including the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in March 2009. Last week, the Supreme Court released him because of “lack of evidence”.

Among those who fear the consequences is Fida Hussain Ghalvi, a key witness in a case in which Ishaq was accused of killing 12 members of a Shia family during a Majlis in 1997. When Ghalvi and three other men identified Ishaq, he told them in front of a judge that “dead men can’t talk”. Five witnesses and three of their relatives were killed during the trial. Ishaq was acquitted because of “lack of evidence”.

But that is just the tip of the iceberg. A more remarkable case involving the anti-Shia leader from southern Punjab was the bombing of an Iranian culture centre in Multan, also in 1997. Eight people were killed. When investigating officer Ijaz Shafi persuaded two witnesses to appear in court, his car was sprayed with 13 bullets. Anti-Terrorism Court judge Bashir Ahmed Bhatti convicted Ishaq but the Supreme Court overturned the conviction in 2006 because of “lack of evidence”.

In March 2007, the same judge, scheduled to hear another case against Malik Ishaq, was on his way to the court when a remote-controlled bicycle bomb exploded near his car, killing his driver and two policemen. Ishaq was charged with planning the bombing. Two years later, the prosecution’s witnesses suddenly turned hostile. Ishaq was acquitted in April 2009, because of “lack of evidence”.

In that context, it is very surprising that one of the Supreme Court judges who released Malik Ishaq on bail last week scolded the prosecution and said the case was weak. The same judge, Justice Asif Saeed Khosa, was part of a Lahore Hight Court bench that had asked the police to close down cases of hate speech and incitement to violence, against Jamaatud Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed. The bench would simply not accept that Jamaatud Dawa was another name for Lashkar-e-Taiba, because the new name was not present on a certain list.

Malik Ishaq praised the Supreme Court after his release and said justice had been done. And that is ironic. Why do these people refer to the modern secular notions of law and justice when they do not believe in them? Because that is what gives them a decisive advantage. They have access to multiple epistemic devices. They can identify and exploit weak spots in our legal structure from outside, while simultaneously carrying out practices that are only justified in their own context. And that is why they are winning.

The state and its judiciary, on the other hand, insist on upholding the singular letter of law. They believe that is justice. But justice must question itself. Why should we abide by laws when dealing with people who simply do not believe in those laws? Why should we allow them the privileges of our legal system when they are fighting to replace it with their own?

Harris Bin Munawar is a media and culture critic and a news editor at The Friday Times.
http://www.dawn.com/...f-evidence.html

Edited by B-N, 22 July 2011 - 12:37 PM.


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Posted 22 July 2011 - 01:23 PM

Huh lack of evidence. Will their be lack of evidence before the court of almighty Allah also? Is he ready to face the justice of Allah?

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Posted 23 July 2011 - 01:52 AM

Its beyond my mental comprehension why everything has to be a psycho circular argument. Its a simple fact, a proven terrorist was released...this is no shia-sunni fight. Its about ethics and peace. Anyone who kills innocent people without any pretext be it shia, sunni, muslim, non-muslim needs to be condemned. So for heaves sake stop having this dumb debate...Posted Image.

As for people replying to radission....just ignore him/her.The main agenda is for him/her to spread fitna and you people are falling prey to it.

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Posted 23 July 2011 - 05:29 PM

The system is totally flawed. Terrorists and their goons are being protected leaving people fearing for their lives.

The guy was receiving stipends while in jail from PML-N lol.

http://tribune.com.p...om-punjab-govt/

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Posted 23 July 2011 - 06:34 PM

From the above link...

Meanwhile, one of the key witnesses in Ishaq’s court case, Fida Hussain Ghalvi, is receiving police protection to avoid any untoward incidents, highlighting concerns arising from Intelligence and Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) after the release of Malik Ishaq.
Ghalvi while talking to The Express Tribune confirmed that on the direction of Multan City Police Officer Amir Zulifqar, Multan and Vehari police have provided two policemen to him for security protection. Furthemore, Ghalvi has also relocated from his native town out of fear for his own life. He had been currently residing in two different locations, moving back and forth for security purposes.
However, leaving Ghalvi out, two other key witnesses and one complainant have not been provided any security as of yet and fear for their lives. The men identified as Khadim, Sikandar and Abdul Ghafour (complainant) are the only people to have survived the court cases which have taken 20 lives, including eight people who were murdered purely for being associated with the case.
“I can be attacked at any time and I do not know if I will be alive tomorrow or not, as you know almost everyone who was a witness or a relative has been slain,’ said Sikandar, who now operating a cloth store in Dokota on Multan Road.
“When Ishaq was in jail eight people were killed mercilessly by the same group,” said Khadim Hussain, who is now a farmer in Dokota.
The complainant (Abdul Ghafour) of the first case against Ishaq in which 12 people were massacred during a majlis, said he has been awaiting justice for 14 years but has completely lost hope since the release of Ishaq.


Malik Ishaq and likes are such people about whom people pray for Allah to take their lives as soon as possible. Because they are scum creatures and enemies of humanity. Leaving Islam aside, they are not even worthy to be called human being. They are beast animals having no respect of life of any human being. I feel no hesitation in saying that they are worst than Pharoh and Namrood.

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Posted 22 September 2011 - 01:53 AM

Satan spreading his dirt! What more evidence is needed of the govt.'s support of anti shia terrorists. Every day shia are killed and satan's like these are given a free rein to spread their terror. Wonder when the shia of Pakistan will wake up and see what's happening?!

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Activists of Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LJ) escorting LJ's head Malik Ishaq, through Punjab clashed with locals in Alipur. PHOTO: AFP/FILE


LAHORE:

It was all too predictable. After being released from jail on bail, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi leader Malik Ishaq’s presence has already managed to cause violence and death on Sunday morning when members of his entourage clashed with a Shia community in Muzaffargarh district, resulting in at least two deaths and ten injuries.


Ishaq, a leader of the banned anti-Shia militant organisation, has been charged with the murder of 70 people, most of them Shia. He was released on bail on July 16 and has been travelling the country, preaching his message of bigotry against the Shia community ever since.

Ishaq had planned on travelling to Alipur in Muzaffargarh district on Sunday. Supporters of his organisation, as well as the Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (formerly the Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan), had begun preparations on Saturday night, putting up banners and chanting slogans.

The Shia community of Alipur, had raised concerns with the police over the intention of the LeJ leading a procession through a Shia neighbourhood. Police officials dispersed the LeJ supporters on Saturday night and assured the Shia community that the event would be addressed by ASWJ leader Khadim Hussain Dhiloon and would take place indoors.

“We believed the police’s assurances,” said Kazim Ali Haideri, a local leader of the Punjab Shia Ulema Council.

At 4 am on Sunday morning, however, a welcoming party comprising approximately 800 young men on motorcycles chanting anti-Shia slogans started to ride into Alipur on the road from Panjnad.

For three kilometres on either side of the road is a Shia-dominated neighbourhood called Ghalwaan. While passing through that neighbourhood, at a point called Petrol Pump Wala Chowk, the young LeJ supporters encountered members of the Shia community.

It is unclear exactly what happened next, but given the toxic mix of armed young men confronted with people they have been taught to hate, it is perhaps sadly predictable that somebody started shooting (both sides claim it was the other).

The shootout lasted for several hours, during which at least two LeJ supporters were killed. Another 10 people were injured, including six from the Shia community. At least one police officer, Subinspector Shaukat, however, was confirmed injured by the police.

Following the armed clash, around 9.30 am, both sides retreated into their respective sanctuaries. The Shia community regrouped at the Sallonwala Imambargah while Ishaq’s supporters gathered at the Madrassah Jamia Hussainia.

During the clash itself, most of the police in the area, barring a few officers who had been posted nearby, did not go close to the warring parties.

Until the filing of this story, both sides remained holed up in their respective hideouts. The police are trying to negotiate a way for both sides to eventually leave, but had not been successful as of the time The Express Tribune went to print.

“They provoked the clash,” said Haideri.

It is unclear how Ishaq was allowed to leave his hometown in the first place, since he is on an anti-terrorism watch list whereby he is required to ask permission before leaving the jurisdiction of his local police station.

(Additional reporting by Owais Jafri in Multan)

Published in The Express Tribune, September 19th, 2011.







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Posted 22 September 2011 - 07:58 AM

^

I have contacts in the area. I am updated with first hand accounts. According to multiple resources, the little murderous devils came out on motorcycles to advertise their gathering in which their Satan of a leader Malik Ishaq was going to address. Some Shia youth confronted them by abusing Umer and company in a very dirty language (calling him a son of seventy fathers aka of illegitimate birth etc). The devils of LeJ were waiting to be provoked. Everyone would know what happened next.

I ask: Why Shia have to be suicidal and fan fires of trouble by shouting abuse to the revered figures of the Sunnis? Sure, do tabarra as much as you like, but at least show some diplomacy. Why these Shia youth have to be so stupid?

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Posted 22 September 2011 - 09:10 AM

^I'll bet my keyboard the brainwashed loons started it first by going Shia-Kafir in their advertising campaign.

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Posted 23 September 2011 - 05:40 AM

well done for the so called independent judiciary
they can take suo moto notice of anything they want but of anything of value and concern
baluchistan highcourt woke up after two days of MASTUng killing of innocent ZAIreens and took suo motto notice
what a shame

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Posted 23 September 2011 - 08:07 AM

^I'll bet my keyboard the brainwashed loons started it first by going Shia-Kafir in their advertising campaign.

Probably. The very raison d'être of the LeJ devils is to oppose Shia. Their existence itself is a provocation to us. So you can bet that they were not singing "Sheela ki jawani" in advertising campaign for their gathering.

Despite anti-Shia slogans, it doesn't suit the Shia to put themselves at risk.

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