Deobandi cleric raising funds for Syrian militants in Pakistan

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Karachi-based Deobandi cleric Mufti Taqi Usmani has launched a campaign to raise funds for Daesh (ISIL), Al-Qaida and such other Syrian militant groups who are said to have been starved of funds due to their encirclement by Syrian army and due to their defeat in many areas that compelled them to flee and hide them in the guise of refugees.

Deobandi Taqi Usmani is deputy head of Deobandi sectarian seminary Darul Uloom (Korangi-Karachi) and also a banker of Pakistan with connection to Meezan Bank and some other banks.
He made an audio appeal to the supporters urging them to deposit their donations forthwith for the Syrians. He said that some friends of him had apprised him of their plights from Syria-Turkey border. He said that Syrians wanted help.
It is relevant to add here that the militants under an agreement chose to lay down arms and flee after Syrian Army liberated Aleppo from their control. They have gathered on Syria border with Turkey.
Taqi Usmani and his brother Rafi Usmani have open links with Wahhabis-allied Deobandi takfiris of banned outfits such as Sipah-e-Sahaba (ASWJ). Usmani brothers are controversial figures. Moderate Sunni pedagogue and scholar Dr Shakil Auj was assassinated in Karachi and reports had it that the murderers killed him on the basis of a religious decree or fatwa from Mufti Taqi Usmani.
On the one hand, innocent pro-peace moderate Sunni scholar and teacher was killed under his fatwa and on the other Taqi Usmani is trying to facilitate Syrian takfiri militants through zakat and donations but government of Pakistan has failed to take any sort of action to stop him, let alone punishing him for it.

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