Nexus between Jamaat-e-Islami and anti-Shia terrorists remain intact

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Saturday, 21 September 2013

jamat sspIslami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) members continued their activities as usual even though the vice chancellor has disclosed that the IJT was sheltering an Al Qaeda terrorist at the Punjab university hostel.
Intelligence agencies arrested Ahmed Sajjad, the handler for a terrorist cell in Lahore, from the PU Hostel No 1 earlier

this month. Speaking on Tuesday, Vice Chancellor Prof Mujahid Kamran said the IJT was sheltering Sajjad at the hostel.
Despite the gravity of the situation, it appeared to have no effect on IJT’s activities on campus. On Wednesday, it set up admissions stalls at the University Law College, Institute of Education and Research (IER), Political Science Department, Hailey College of Commerce, Geography Department and Social Work Department. IJT activists at the stalls guided students about various programmes and distributed literature and pamphlets.
Sheltering bad guys
Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Prof Kamran said that the IJT’s parent body, the Jamaat-i-Islami, should “guide them to stay away from activities which are not in the country’s interest”.
“Security officials recovered lists of IJT activists from Sajjad’s room. He himself had served as IJT nazim in PU. Seven mobile phones were recovered from his room along with plastic gloves. An IJT member named Farooq even tried to intervene when the officials went to arrest Sajjad from Hostel No 1,” Prof Kamran said.
“It is a fact that Hostel No 1 has been an IJT stronghold for 40 years. On and off we have tried to take action against the illegal residents there, but IJT activists threaten our staff. Some people are [still] staying there illegally,” he added.
Asked why, if the IJT had been involved in criminal activities, it was allowed to set up admission stalls for prospective students, the vice chancellor said: “They have been here for many, many years. There are faculty members who ideologically stand with and support the IJT. We have no problem with that, but when you cross a certain limit in the name of Islam and get involved in activities which are against the interest of the country, it becomes a serious problem. Our teachers are working to free the hostels of all illegal occupants. I have held a meeting with the wardens of all the hostels on the issue. A police operation will be carried out when and where needed under the lead of the university administration.”
He said he had recently learned that the sons of three retired faculty members were fighting in Afghanistan.
Not our fault
IJT Nazim at PU Abdul Muqeet said that arrested person was associated with the IJT, like thousands of other students who enter PU every year and take part in our annual sports festivals and debating contests,” he said. He added that the IJT had expelled Sajjad a year ago, but did not say why.
He said that there would be a backlash from students if the IJT were banned from setting up stalls. “He [the VC] is just maligning the IJT to save his own skin because he has failed to establish control over the hostels,” he said.
Muqeet said that it was not hard to get lists of old IJT office bearers, as they were active donors. “There are three offices for PU security personnel at Hostel No 1 and around 28 people are on duty around the clock. It is a failure on their part that a student who graduated in 2012 and had links with Al Qaeda was residing in a hostel room,” he added.
The PU Academic Group and Academic Forum, at a meeting on Wednesday, backed the IJT on the matter and demanded that Prof Kamran resign.
It is relevant to add here that many eminent figures of the anti-Shia and anti-humanity terrorists of al-Qaeda were arrested and Jamaat-e-Islami’s members were found sheltering them.

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