Martyrs of Alamdar Road Quetta awakened world against takfiris: MWM Chief

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 11 January 2018

Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen secretary general Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafari has said that the sacred blood the Shia martyrs of Alamdar Road Quetta awakened the entire world and exposed takfiris of Pakistan worldwide.

He expressed these views addressing an event on the fifth anniversary of martyrdoms of Alamdar Road Quetta’s Shia martyrs. To commemorate the fifth anniversary, ‘Steadfastness and Solidarity with Oppressed People Day’ was observed and a conference was held.
Allama Jafari further said that peace-loving Shia Muslims staged sit-in protest camps at 772 places across Pakistan while Sunnis and other Pakistanis supported and expressed solidarity with them and that was a humiliating defeat of takfiris and their foreign masters.
He asked the judiciary why they failed to award capital punishment to the terrorists involved in the Shia genocide. He said that special courts should also have been established to punish the terrorists who perpetrated Alamdar Road tragedy.
The worldwide protest came due to sacred blood and sacrifice of the martyrs. Their martyrdoms empowered oppressed people. He said that the Western bloc of the world politics was bent upon destroying Pakistan by dividing Pakistanis on sectarian lines like they did in Syria and Iraq hence unity of Muslims-Pakistanis is a must to defeat the enemies plots.
He said Pakistan is heart of Asia and has strategic significance due to its prime geographical location hence the Trump administration also eye Pakistan. He said terrorism in Pakistan was due to US meddling hence Pakistan government must end alliance, partnership and friendship with the United States-led coalition.

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