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Recently the spokesman or leader (one of them) of Sipah-e-Sahaba Shamsur Rehman Muavia, was shot dead Friday by unknown gunmen in Lahore. Is this a sign that our shia ulema are killing the leaders of these yazidi outfits instead of taken them on by creating militia's, maybe they are trying to avoid any sign of civil war within the country. Could it be that Sipah-e-Muhammed is still operating but silently by keeping an eye on these yazidi's, i have also read that sipah-e-muhammed could be operating under a new name called lashkar-e-imam-e-awwal (Source:http://centralasiaonline.com/en_GB/articles/caii/features/pakistan/main/2011/01/11/feature-01?mobile=true) doesn't seem to be reliable source but still worth a good read. Here are some more incident's that could involve have involved this group: In 1990s, the founder and the main leader of the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba or Lashkar-e-Jhangvi was assassinated.In January, 1997, the main leader of the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba or Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Zia-ur-Rehman Farooqi was killed as a result of bombings near Lahore Session Court.In May, 2002, the leader of the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba or Lashkar-e-Jhangvi was assassinated near a Shiite populated village.In October 2003, the main leader of the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba or Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Azam Tariq was gunned down.In August, 2009, the leader of the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba or Lashkar-e-Jhangvi of Khairpur, Pakistan chapter, Ali Sher Haideri was gunned down.In February, 2010, the leader of the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba or Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Abdul Rauf Asghar was assassinated.In August, 2013, the spokesman of the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba or Lashkar-e-Jhangvi of Karachi chapter, was gunned down near Karachi Safari Park on University Road.
(salam) Yae Kaunsa Islam hai? Kya Islam main tableegh ka yae tareeqa hai? Agar Shia Kafir maan bhee liya jayae toe kya kissee bhee Naam Nehad Musalmaan ko yae ikhtayar hassil ho jata hai kae Kafir ko jahan chaho mar doe? Islam toe Insaniyat ka mazhab hai. Kya Dunya kee kisi tehzeeb ya mazhab main iss tarha kee barbariyat jayaiz hai? Kya yae log Islam, Pakistan or Musalmanon ko badnaam nahin kar rahae? Ham kiss mu sae dunya main Musalmano kae Qatl e Aam kae khilaaf baat kartae hain jabkae hamarae haan koee Musalmaan bhee dosrae Musalmaan sae mehfooz nahin hai? Kya Dunya kae kissee Kafir mulk main bhee Masjidon kae baahir aisee law and order kee situation hotee hai jaisee Hamarae mulk yanee "Islamic Republic of Pakistan" main hai? Sochain herr baat ko America or India or Israel per dalnae sae kuch nahin hota. Yae insaan numa darindae aap nae khud palae hain. Ham kiss mu sae Qayamat kae din Allah ka samna karain gae? Agar apnae dil main inn dehshatgardon sae zara see hamdardi patae hain toe soch lain kae aap ko inn main shumaar kia jayae ga orr wohee saza milae gee jo in ko milae gee. Kyunkae Hazrat Muhammad (sawaw) ka qol hai kae "Her kaam main shareek wo hai jo wo kaam karta hai, ya uss kae kaam per razi hota hai ya uss kae kaam kae khilaaf awaz buland nahin karta"
http://www.washingto...html?tid=pm_pop Pakistan-based group claims role in deadly blast in Kabul View Photo Gallery — A suicide bomber killed scores of people in Kabul, the Afghan capital, on Tuesday after detonating explosives outside a packed Shiite mosque as throngs of worshippers observed a religious holiday. By Ernesto Londoño, Published: December 6 KABUL — A suicide attack here that left dozens of Shiite worshipers dead was apparently conducted by a militant group with a history of ties to Pakistan’s main intelligence service, a connection that threatened to escalate tensions in Afghanistan just as the United States plans its exit. The bombing and a second attack on Shiites in northern Afghanistan left at least 60 people dead, making Tuesday one of the deadliest days for civilians in the decade-long war. The strikes were highly unusual because they targeted members of Afghanistan’s Shiite minority, which was persecuted during the Taliban’s reign but which has not been a focus of insurgent bombings since the Taliban fell in 2001. A suicide bombing tore through a crowd of Shiite worshippers marking a holy day Tuesday in Kabul in a rare burst of violence targeting the minority Islamic sect. (Dec. 6) The Taliban denied any role in Tuesday’s attacks. But a spokesman for the Pakistani militant group Lashkar-i-Jhangvi called a station operated by Radio Free Europe to assert responsibility. If the claim is true, it would mark the first time that the group, which has ties to al-Qaeda, has carried out a major attack in Afghanistan. Lashkar-i-Jhangvi militants have systematically assassinated Shiites and attacked their religious gatherings in Pakistan. If the group is extending operations into Afghanistan, it could add a highly destabilizing sectarian dimension to the costly and protracted Afghan war. The attack could also worsen the already thorny relationship between Pakistan and Afghanistan. The Afghan government and U.S. officials have accused elements of Pakistan’s Inter- Services Intelligence directorate (ISI) of helping to execute attacks in Afghanistan, including several recent high-profile strikes in Kabul. The ISI has supported Lashkar-i-Jhangvi in the past, though it is not known whether the organizations maintain ties. Pakistan has denied any role in attacks in Afghanistan. Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have been especially rocky in recent weeks, with Pakistan boycotting on Monday an international conference on the future of Afghanistan after a NATO airstrike last month killed 24 Pakistani troops. Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who was in Germany to attend the conference, condemned the attacks and offered condolences to relatives of those killed. “This is the act of enemies of Islam and Afghanistan who don’t want Afghan Muslims to live together and to be united,” he said in a statement. Karzai later canceled plans for a trip to Britain and flew back to Afghanistan. Tuesday’s noontime attack in downtown Kabul was carried out by a suicide bomber who approached the Abul Fazal Abbas shrine in the Murad Khani district on foot as worshipers were streaming in, authorities and witnesses said. The blast killed at least 56 people, said Gen. Mohammad Zahir, director of criminal investigations for the Kabul police department. The attack occurred during Ashura commemorations, the holiest occasion of the year for Shiites. Shortly afterward, explosives attached to a bicycle killed four Shiite pilgrims in the northern city of Mazar-e Sharif. That bombing sparked clashes between Sunni and Shiite university students, witnesses and security officials said.
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