Bannu: Daesh threatened to kill everyone if processions will not be limited to Imambargah

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Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 08 October 2015


Bannu: Daesh threatened to kill everyone if processions will not be limited to Imambargah


Shiite news has received the copy of letter that has been sent by Daesh to the administration of Imambargah Hussaini in Bannu. Daesh has asked to limit azadaari procession in that letter and has threatened to behead everyone in case of non-compliance.


It has been written in the letter, by Daesh, that they are not our enemies and at the same time they have also threatened to kill and attack us. The letter has been written diplomatically in which they have not asked to end azaadari rather limiting it but the reasons that have been giving to limit it are extremely weak.


According to analysts, the letter has been sent to spread terror and horror and as an attempt to limit azadaari, they also pointed out the possibility that local banned takfiri groups of Bannu could also use Daesh’s name because this is their very old demand whereas this is not how Daesh works.


On the other hand, this letter also raises questions for security agencies, despite the fact that KPK is already famous for Shia genocide KPK’s provincial government has completely failed in providing security to Shia Muslims.


It should be clear that Daesh’s supporters, both religious scholars and organizations, in Pakistan have been trying to create an environment for limiting azaadari since a long time and Molana Tahir Ashrafi, Ludhyanvi and Mufti Naeem and likes are among them. However, all efforts of this group have failed.


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