|code: 365815||Date: 2012/11/18 - 20:06||source: criticalppp|
Over the last several decades 6000 Shia children killed in Pakistan + Pic
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Since mid-1980s, more than 20,000 Shia Muslims, thousands of Sunni Sufi (Barelvi) Muslims, hundreds of Ahmadis, Christians and Hindus have been killed in Pakistan by Takfiri Deobandi terrorists sponsored by Jihadist-minded generals of Pakistan Army.
According to an estimate, at least 30 per cent of the 20,000 Shias killed are children or minors (age 18 or below). This makes their number at least 6,000.
There is completely no mention of the 6,000 Shia children killed by Saudi-funded Takfiri Deobandis (Taliban, Sipah-e-Sahaba) who are not only killing Shias but also Sunni Sufi (Barelvis), Ahmadis and Christians, on mainstream media and social media.
In the present post, we are providing a collection of only a few of thousands of Shia children killed by Takfiri Deobandis in the last few years in Pakistan.
Things to note:
Many Pakistani and international groups remain silent on Shia genocide in Pakistan. In fact while the same groups clearly mention the identity of the killed and the killer in Palestine, they make every possible effort to hide or obfuscate the identity of the killed (Shia Muslims, Sunni Sufis) and the killers (Takfiri Deobandis and their Saudi masters) in Pakistan.
Supporters and enablers of Takfiri Deobandis dishonestly misrepresent Shia genocide and murder of Sufi Sunnis in Pakistan as Sunni-Shia sectarian violence in order to justify and hide the violence.
Pakistan’s and the entire world’s Shia and Sunni Muslims should realize that Saudi-sponsored Takfiri Deobandis and Takfiri Salafist are bigger threat to Islam and Muslims than any other country or group. It is high time that we set our priorities in order and focus our attention on Saudi-funded Deobandis and Salafist, the biggest threat to humanity, Muslims, Christians, Hindus and Jews.
Four school children (Shia Muslims) killed by Takfiri Deobandis (Taliban & Sipah-e-Sahaba) in Hangu on 27 Feb 2009
A man carries a dead child from the site of a suicide attack during a Shia procession in Quetta September 3, 2010.
This Shia child, who was injured with his mother in an attack on Shia Muslims’ bus, is carried by his father after receiving treatment in Quetta in June 2011.
Twenty Shia and Sunni Barelvi Muslims were killed by Takfiri Deobandi Taliban & Sipah-e-Sahaba in a suicide attack on Bari Imam Shrine in Islamabad on 27 May 2005.
A Shiite child injured in a bomb attack on Shia Muslims in D.I.Khan in 2009.
At least 20 Shia Muslims including many children and women were killed by Takfiri Deobandis in Khanpur (Punjab) in January 2012
At least 26 Shias including many children were killed by Takfiri Deobandi Taliban & Sipah-e-Sahaba in Balochistan in September 2011
25 Shia Muslims were killed, 150 injured, in an attack by Takfiri Deobandis in Lahore in September 2010
This Shia youngster, Akmal Rizvi, was killed along with his father in Karachi in March 2012.
An injured boy lies bleeding in the aftermath of a Sipah-e-Sahaba suicide attack on a procession of Shiite pilgrims in Lahore in January 2011.
This Shia girl was injured in an attack on Shia Muslims in Lahore in September 2010.
This girl was injured in Taliban’s attack on a commercial district in Peshawar on Sept. 26, 2009. Many Sunni and Shia Muslims were killed or injured.
At least 34 Shia Muslims including many Shia Hazara children were killed by Takfiri Deobandis (Taliban, Sipah-e-Sahaba) in an attack in Kabul in December 2011.
Shia Hazara school children mourn the death of their friends and class mates.
A Shia child injured by Takfiri Deobandis
On 19 January 2012, Takfiri Deobandis invaded the house of a Shia Muslim in the area of New Karachi and beheaded an innocent boy named Ehtisham Israr (age 15). This barbaric incident was completely ignored or misrepresented in Pakistan’s mainstream media.
Sikandar Ali was killed in Quetta on 4 October 2012
Aqeel Raza and 5 other Shia students were killed in Takfiri Deobandis attack on a university bus in June 2012.
A Shia child remembers his slain father at his grave in Quetta.
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