Deobandi takfiri cleric Abdul Aziz building a militia in the heart of Islamabad

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Monday, 09 February 2015


He is one of the most dangerous men in Pakistan and is supposed to being in police detention. Instead, as several thousand hardline (Deobandi takfiris in the guise of) Muslim worshippers knelt in prayer at the Red Mosque in the heart of Islamabad, the voice of Abdul Aziz called out over them defiantly.

It added that he had organised a militant wing, the Ghazi Force, operating under two Taliban leaders in the tribal areas.

Once again, he is a reminder that one of the West's most important allies against the forces of terror has a problem dealing with Wahhabis-allied Deobandi takfiri militant voices even in the middle of its own capital. In December, a Pakistani court issued an arrest warrant for Deobandi Abdul Aziz but the police have been unable to enforce it. “We are trying our best to implement it,” a police official said.

Aziz, whose wife has sworn allegiance to Wahhabis-Daish, has close links both to Ayman al-Zawahiri, now the head of al-Qaeda, and the Afghan Taliban, who he represented in talks with Pakistan’s government last year. Students at the Madressa run by his wife in the Red Mosque complex study in the recently renamed Osama bin Laden Library.

He repeated his assertion that while the “brutal murder of young children” at Peshawar’s Army Public School “cannot be justified”, the killers were responding to offensives by the army in Pakistan’s tribal areas. His words are familiar to regulars at Friday prayers, held in a leafy neighbourhood of Islamabad.

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Seven years ago, the radical Deobandi takfiri cleric led heavily armed Wahhabis-al-Qaida-allied gunmen in a bloody siege at the Red Mosque, or Lal Masjid in Urdu, which left more than a hundred children, soldiers and militants dead. That set off a wave of Deobandi takfiri Taliban suicide bombings which struck at the heart of Pakistan's military establishment.

Now Pakistan’s intelligence services believe he is building a new militia, grabbing land for more Madressa and preparing for another tilt at forcing the country to adopt fanatic interpretation of law. Eyewitnesses said they had seen 30 to 40 heavily armed men from the militant group outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba (ASWJ) inside the mosque.

Pakistan's intelligence services believe he is in control of an armed militia. In a report seen by the Telegraph, a senior Inter-Services Intelligence official said: "It's evident that he is following an agenda of reviving Lal Masjid mafia in the heart of the federal capital. His links with the TTP [Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan] and land grabbers poses a security threat to law and order.”

It added that he had organised a militant wing, the Ghazi Force, operating under two Taliban leaders in the tribal areas.

Once again, he is a reminder that one of the West's most important allies against the forces of terror has a problem dealing with Wahhabis-allied Deobandi takfiri militant voices even in the middle of its own capital. In December, a Pakistani court issued an arrest warrant for Deobandi Abdul Aziz but the police have been unable to enforce it. “We are trying our best to implement it,” a police official said.

Aziz, whose wife has sworn allegiance to Wahhabis-Daish, has close links both to Ayman al-Zawahiri, now the head of al-Qaeda, and the Afghan Taliban, who he represented in talks with Pakistan’s government last year. Students at the Madressa run by his wife in the Red Mosque complex study in the recently renamed Osama bin Laden Library.

He repeated his assertion that while the “brutal murder of young children” at Peshawar’s Army Public School “cannot be justified”, the killers were responding to offensives by the army in Pakistan’s tribal areas. His words are familiar to regulars at Friday prayers, held in a leafy neighbourhood of Islamabad.

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