At least 30 Shia pilgrims martyred in Yazidi terrorist attack near Iranian border

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Sunday, 08 June 2014

At least 30 Shia pilgrims martyred in Yazidi terrorist attack near Iranian borderYazidi nasbi takfiri terrorists once again targeted Shia pilgrims in Balochistan province of Pakistan where they opened fire and threw hand grenades on Shiites in Taftan, bordering town with Iran late on Sunday night.

Banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi’s Yazidi takfiri nasbi terrorists opened targeted firing upon Shia pilgrims and also threw hand grenades to maximize the killings. The attack was made near Hashmi Hotel and Murtaza Hotel where Shia pilgrims stay to wait for transport for Quetta or opening the gate of Iran’s land border of Mir Javeh.

Agha Mohammad Raza, only Shia MPA from Balochistan, told the Shiite News that the government was hiding the facts and trying to understate the losses. He said that at least 30 pilgrims were martyred. Till the filing of this news report at around 2.35 a.m. Monday, no major Urdu or English news website had posted the news of Taftan massacre. The focus of reporting was attack on Karachi airport where 4 ASF officials were martyred.

Shia parties and leaders have condemned the terrorist attack on Shia pilgrims of Imam Raza (AS) and Bibi Fatima Masooma (AS). Talking to the Shiite News, they said that that the terrorists were encouraged to do so because the timid rulers were holding talks with them and trying to give them legitimacy. They said that talks were aimed at giving terrorism another chance to continue unabated and peace could not be established by it. They demanded military operation be launched immediately to eliminate the terrorists.

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