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Aslam u Aliekum; I'm travelling to Iran via Taftan border. I have a few questions please. If any one (especially from Quetta be able to answer it then it will be quite useful for me indeed) 1) There are few transport companies who take Travellers from Quetta to the Taftan border like Sada bahar. But there is a only one bus service which is approved by Governmet and Levi escort is given to them. What is a name of that transport company and where, it's adda/office is located? Any contact number of that bus service? 2)What is a timing of the departure? (I read on lonely planet that those buses travel in the carvan and have a specified time to leave Quetta. As writer was a Foreigner and missed that carvan, so he travelled in Sada bahar as a individual). 3) In Mashad, there is a Al-Imran Musafir Khana. Can any one tell me about Musafir Khana in Qom & Tehran too? Any quick reply would be highly appreciated. Allah Hafiz, Saleem
(bismillah) (salam) As you guys know about bomb blasts which killed almost 100 Shia Hazaras.Hazaras are now protesting.so far more than 24 hours have been passed and they have refused to bury the dead.Dialouges with local administartion have failed. protestors along with 86 dead bodies are still on the Alamdar Road Quetta. Quetta is very cold area,those who have been to quetta knows.Its one of the coldest places in pakistan Protests and sit-in in all over pakistan are being arranged. Protestors wants the deployment of Pak Army in quetta city. here are the pictures. As you can see they covered dead bodies with plastic sheets because of the rain. 2nd day pictures i will post more info soon inshAllah. Wasalam Protest in London infront of pakistani embassy Please Follow this page on fb if you have account there http://www.facebook.com/shiakilling3 photo album of after blast pictures http://www.facebook....07366891&type=1 There will be protest in all over pakistan Please join if you can Protest sit-in's and rallies in in Islamabad at Press Club in Karachi at Numaish Chowrangi Protest sit-in in Karachi at Malir National Highway (already started) Protest sit-in in Lahore at Governor House Punjab (already started) Protest sit-in in Lahore at Liberty Chowk @ 4 PM Protest rally at Darya Khan Bakhar at Fuwara Chowk (already started) Protest at Babar Low Bypass at 4 PM
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It is no secret that across the world shias are being massacred. This past weekend many shias have been killed in TARGET KILLINGS throughout Pakistan, and not just in Quetta. This past friday Peshawari Shia's held a protest over the TARGET KILLINGS of several professionals yet the pakistani media didn't even bother to cover it. The same pattern is being shown through out the world, Iraq too had seen numerous attacks this past weekend. That being said I'm advocating for shia's in volatile countries, bereft of law and order to move and migrate to more developed countries. There are many ways to do this. For starters there are many countries that are experiencing labor shortages for both skilled and unskilled workers. Many of these countries will allow for easy migration. What I would like to recommend is for students and professionals to migrate. The trend currently in Pakistan is to target Shia professionals and students. That being said college bound students should opt to study abroad, being that you can get a high level degree as well as easily get a student visa. For doctors, accountants, and other professionals, they too should opt to work abroad. The opportunities are endless and there are plenty of countries that need skilled labor. One of India's greatest exports are skilled labor. The persecuted global shia community should follow the Indian model of sending talented and educated youth abroad. Like I said the opportunities, experiences, and tranquility that you can find would certainly be worth it. I am an American that has lived briefly in Pakistan. I frequently visit and the overall consensus of my family is that it is no place to live. Every other day there are murders or a strike. Kids can't go to school, businessman can't conduct business, and there's always a chance you might not come home. That being said I would like to advocate for the global shia community to leave areas where they are persecuted and opt for a better life abroad. Please spread the word and share your thoughts. Sincerely, Hus
QUETTA: Four bomb explosions took place in the provincial capital on late Thurday, leaving at least 56 people dead and 163 others injured, DawnNews reported. Eight of the dead are reported to be police officials. A cameraman from a private television channel was also killed, along with four Edhi workers. Two explosions took place at Alamdar road, two more explosions took place near Airport road, according to reports. Two bombs exploded minutes apart at a billiards hall near Alamdar road, AP reported. One of the bombs exploded inside the billiards hall, while another explosion took place outside when rescue services reached the site of the blast. The injured have been rushed to local hospitals. Police said the bombings disrupted power supplies and plunged the area into darkness. The Hazara Democratic Party announced three days of mourning in response to the attacks. Earlier on in the day, 12 people were killed after a blast that took place near Quetta’s Bacha Khan chowk. http://dawn.com/2013...people-injured/ -------------- KARACHI: At least 21 people were reported dead and 70 others were injured on Thursday when an explosion ripped through a religious centre in Swat in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The blast targeted the Tableeghi Markaz on Takhtaband Road on the outskirts of Mingora town. “We have received 21 dead bodies from the site of the blast,” Dr Jamil, In-charge Casualties at the DHQ Hospital Mingora, told Dawn.com. “The death toll may rise as some of the injured are in critical condition and we are receiving more and more injured people,” said Dr Niaz Mohammad had told Reuters. Mystery shrouded the nature of the explosion, as some officials said the blast was caused by a bomb or explosive device, while others said it was result of an exploding gas cylinder. Mohammad Hanif Khan, the Station House Officer (SHO) at the local police station, said that there was no smell of explosives from the site, and that the building had also remained intact which showed that the blast may not have been caused by explosives He added that some elders had said that a number of cylinders were lying at the religious centre. However, an injured man said no gas cylinders were nearby. “There was no cylinder where the blast took place. We all know that gas cylinder does not kill so many people,” said another one of the injured, Mohambar Khan. However, he said that police had sent the evidence collected from the spot for further investigation and would be giving the final version after a comprehensive assessment. Earlier, Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) official Qayyum Shah had said that a bomb, in the shape of an improvised explosive device, was planted inside the centre. The explosion took place at a weekly meeting of the local Tableeghi Jamaat (preachers’ party) at its primary centre in the outskirts of Mingora, the main town in the district, regional police chief Akhtar Hayat said. There were around 1,500 people listening to the speech of a Muslim cleric at the centre when the blast occurred. The centre is located at least 10 kilometres away from Mingora, the main town in Swat district. The area was once under the control of militants and had set up check posts before the army undertook an operation in 2009 to rid the area of Taliban-linked groups. Takhtaband road, which is the main link road in the region, was the site of several suicide blasts and attacks on military personnel during the operation. The religious centre, however, is known to belong to the Tableeghi Jamaat (congregation for spreading faith), which is not linked to any militant organisation. http://dawn.com/2013...ligious-centre/
"SHIA GENOCIDE" Another Blast in Quetta, Pakistan leaving 3 buses full of Zaireen destroyed by 1 car(1st report) and almost 35 shaheed and 50 injured! Government doesn't reacted even after several blasts on Zaireen in Quetta... We should now kept moving with a rapid pace towards Roza Imam HUSSAIN A.S PAKISTAN NEED IMAM-E-ZAMANA ATFS !!!!!!! Labbaik Ya Hussain A.S!!!
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