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Pakistan: 9 Shia Muslims Victimized by the State Terrorism
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - The deadly day have killed at least 8 Shiite Muslims in 3 separate attacks in Karachi, Quetta and Hub on Tuesday as the ongoing massacre continues.
In Karachi, the Ex-leader of Jafferia Alliance Allama Aftab Haider Jaffery and his colleague Shahid Ali were targeted near Parking Plaza Sadar area of Karachi, in the morning.
The funeral prayer of Martyr Allama Aftab Haider Jaffery was offered at M.A Jinnah road Karachi after Magrbain, where thousands Shiites attended the funeral prayer and protested against the killing of Shia leader.
The funeral procession was on way to Wadi-e-Hussain graveyard, the rangers and police attacked on the mourners at Liaquatabad area, which claimed lives of Wasim S/O Jafar (resident of Hasan Colony) and an 18 year old Qasim Ali S/O Hussain Akhtar (resident of Landhi) and Faraz Haider who is a resident of Paposh, were martyred All the bodies have been transferred to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.
The bodies of the martyrs and the injured victims were rushed to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.
The participants of the procession were chanting slogans of Labbaik Ya Hussain (AS) when the police and rangers cops opened fire upon the participants of the funeral procession near Liaquatabad Dak-Khana (Post Office) stop.
The aerial firing by rangers and police was also reported at Sohrab Goth area of Karachi.
In Quetta excommunicator terrorists also killed 3 Shiites at Ispini road, who were identified as Mohammad Essa, Zakir Hussain and Mohammad Hassan.
In Hub Wahhabi terrorists killed a Hazara Shia Zulf Ali at Adalat road of Hub area of Balochistan.
The killing of Shias in Pakistan has sparked international outrage, with rights groups and regional countries expressing concern over the ongoing carnage. Still, those behind the violence are rarely caught or punished.
1825 Shiite Muslims have been killed in wave of Shia Genocide in Pakistan since PPP, MQM, ANP, PML-N Govt after General Election 2008.
The country’s Shia leaders have called on the government to form a judicial commission to investigate the bloodshed.
The killing of Shias has caused an international outrage, with rights groups and regional countries expressing concern over the ongoing deadly violence.
Human Rights Watch issued a statement in September asking the Pakistani government to “urgently act” to protect the Shia Muslims in Pakistan.