ISIS kills 45 citizen and exposed its presence in Pakistan

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 13 May 2015

KARACHI – The Wahhabi deadly terrorist organization, Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS, also known as IS and ISIL) has exposed its presence in Pakistan after killing 45 citizens on Wednesday in Karachi.

This is the first time that ISIS claimed its existence in Pakistan by threatening the government and Pakistan army for more terrorist attacks like the bus-firing incident of Safora Chowk Karachi.

The lethal terrorist group hurled letters, threatening to the government, Army and other Muslim sects, on the crime scene after carrying out fatal attack on the bus carrying 60 members of Shia Ismaili community to Ismaili Jamat Khana. In the incident, at least 45 people were killed and 13 wounded.

Pakistani law-enforcement agencies have found out the letters of the Wahhabi terrorists from the crime scene of the bus-firing incident, which shows the presence of ISIS members in Pakistan.

The letters are written in both the languages, English and Urdu. The federal interior minister categorically refused the existence of ISIS in Pakistan, but this incident negated what the minister had said earlier. According to reports,

This incident has become the next challenge for the military to prevent the ISIS from claiming a hold on the country. Although the Ministry of Interior insists that there is no sign of the terrorist group in Pakistan, intelligence reports have ISIS leaders traveling from the Middle East to Punjab province, where they are believed to have the support of members of Jundullah, one of a number of Pakistani terrorist groups that had pledged allegiance to ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

General Raheel Sharif is required to take action this emerging group. Pakistan has been a haven for extremists or Islamists militants belonging to various outfits, including Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (Pakistani Taliban), al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Jundallah, Jamaat ul Ahrar, Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ), and the Haqqani network. All of these radical groups follow the extreme political and religious views of Wahhabism or Deobandi fundamentalism. These groups have demonstrated their resilience, as they have been fighting the Pakistan army – the world’s sixth largest army – since 2004.

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