Lahore Police arrests 2 takfiri fanatics for notorious DAESH graffiti

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Published in Pakistan
Monday, 17 November 2014

Two takfiri fanatics of an outlawed outfit were arrested for wall-chalking (graffiti) in support of notorious terrorist outfit DAESH (ISIS or ISIL) in Lahore on Monday.

Police said that two members of Hizb-ut-Tahrir were writing slogans on the walls of private and public properties in support of takfiri terrorist group DAESH in Lahore when they were caught.

Hizb-ut-Tahrir was also banned by the Pakistani authorities for their involvement in terrorism. However, this outfit was not a formal ally of Pakistan-based takfiris in the past and even during the Taliban government in Afghanistan, they had not merged them with Taliban.

Hizb-ut-Tahrir was Middle East based organisation that claimed to establish Caliphate but that was banned in the Arab World. Then, Britain-based leadership revived it and began working in Central Asia. His spokesman in Pakistan Naveed Butt was put behind the bars. He was the sole leader in Pakistan.

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1 comment

  • muhammad
    Comment Link posted by muhammad
    Tuesday, 18 November 2014 07:14

    Hizb it tahrir openly rejected the khilafah of Isis,and here you are propagating lies against a political party by accusing them of supporting Daeish.
    Open their website and read their stance before posting lies.
    They are kidnapped,arrested far before ttp and daish,just because they want rule of Islam.

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