Two leaders of ruling PMLN's allied party held for Daesh connection in KSA

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Saturday, 14 January 2017


Five co-religionist of Saudi monarchy were arrested in Riyadh for their connection with Wahhabi takfiri terrorist outfit Daesh (ISIS). Amonf four, the two Pakistanis are officials of Markazi Jamiat e Ahl-e-Hadees that is ruling coalition partner of PMLN government of Pakistan.


Professor Talib ur Rehman was said to have fled to Saudi Arabia after reports that his son Osama had joined Daesh in Afghanistan and recently he was killed. Saudi authorities arrested Talibur Rehman, his brother Tauseef ur Rehman and his 15-year old son and two guests for their involvement in negative activities. They all are co-religionists of Saudi Wahhabi monarchy.
Pakistan Urdu daily Ausaf reported their arrests in its front page story. Talib’s brother Tayyabur Rehman said that he had no knowledge why his brothers were arrested in Saudi Arabia.
On the other hand, Dr Sajid Mir, head Markazi Jamiat Ahl-e-Hadees had reached Riyadh along with a delegation. He was trying to get them released.

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