14 Maumineen martyred, 26 injured in terrorist attack

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 05 January 2012

shia target DecFourteen Muamineen were martyred and another 26 were injured in the month of December in all over Pakistan, according to Shiite News Correspondent.

Genocide of Shia Muslims continues in all over Pakistan for last three decades. The year 2011 was also not an exception. Banned terrorist outfit Lashkar-e- Jhangvi and banned Sipah-e-Sahaba had claimed the responsibility or threatened for this to Maumineen and azadars.  

Province-wide details are as:


At least 7 Shia Muslims were martyred in the target shooting by the Nasbi Wahhabi Yazidi terrorists. One of them was Syed Askrari Raza, a leader of Pasban-e-Jaffaria and in-charge of the Legal Aid Committee of Millat-e-Jaffaria.  Other martyrs were: Naveed Abbas, Nayyar Abbas, Sharaf Mahdi, Kashif Zafar, Zakir Hussain Shah and Amir Ali.


One Nasir Hussain Zaidi was martyred and another 12 were injured in similar targeted firing of the banned outfits’ terrorists.

Gilgit Baltistan:

 18 year old Johar Ali was martyred in the northern area of Gilgit and Baltistan. Another was injured in the terrorist attack.

Khyber Pukhtoonkhwah:

Tatheer Hussain was martyred in Hangu. Mehmood ul Hassan Jafari was martyred in Peshawar.


Three Maumineen were martyred in Balochistan. Gohar Aziz, Ali Hussain and Maumin Iqbal were martyred.

Majority of the martyrs belong to Sindh where martyr Askrari Raza was martyred on the last day of the year 2011.

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