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Anti-Shiite protesters march for second day in Karachi
The rallies follow a raft of blasphemy accusations against Shiite leaders
September 13, 2020


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Tens of thousands of anti-Shiite protesters including demonstrators linked to Sunni extremists rallied in Pakistan's Karachi on Saturday, in the second day of protests that have sparked fears of sectarian violence.
Image Credit: AFP

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Vast crowds of men thronged downtown Karachi - Pakistan's largest city and a major business and industrial hub - many of them waving pro-Sunni flags and chanting Sunni-power slogans.

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The rallies follow a raft of blasphemy accusations against Shiite leaders in Sunni-majority Pakistan after a broadcast of an Ashura procession last month showed clerics and participants allegedly making disparaging remarks about historic Islamic figures.

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A security official told AFP Saturday's crowd was estimated to exceed 30,000 people. There were no immediate reports of violence. | Above: Rangers and police personnel patrol as Sunnis march during the protest.

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The rally was organised by the Sunni organisation Jamaat Ahle Sunnat and by the hardline Islamist party Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), which has organised huge and often violent protests over alleged blasphemy in the past.

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"If you play with the religious sentiments of the Sunni, we will not tolerate it," Karachi TLP chief Allama Abid Mubara told the rally. Sunni people could ultimately "get their heads cut off, but can also behead other people," he added.

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But Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman, who was the event's main speaker, insisted the rally aimed to "promote peace." "Our movement is not against any sectarian group, our movement is against those individuals who desecrate our revered personalities," he said.

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Sunni Muslim demonstrators shout slogans during an anti-Shiite protest, in Karachi.


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Sunni Muslims gather during an anti-Shiite protest in Karachi.

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Police personnel patrol as Sunni Muslims march during an anti-Shiite protest in Karachi.

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Sunni Muslim demonstrators shout slogans during an anti-Shiite protest, in Karachi.

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Sunni Muslims shout slogans during an anti-Shiite protest in Karachi.



KARACHI: Thousands of anti-Shiite protesters rallied in Pakistan’s Karachi on Friday, sparking fears that rising tensions between the religious groups may unleash a new round of sectarian violence.

The rally follows a raft of blasphemy accusations against major Shiite leaders in Pakistan after a televised broadcast of an Ashura procession last month showed Shiite clerics and participants making disparaging remarks about historic Islamic figures.

Ashura commemorates the killing of the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson Hussein at the Battle of Karbala in 680 AD — the defining moment of the religion’s schism and the birth of Shiite Islam.

Blasphemy is a hugely sensitive issue in conservative Pakistan where laws can carry the death penalty for anyone deemed to have insulted Islam or Islamic figures.
 

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"If you play with the religious sentiments of the Sunni, we will not tolerate it," Karachi TLP chief Allama Abid Mubara told the rally. Sunni people could ultimately "get their heads cut off, but can also behead other people," he added.
Shots fired, loool.
 

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sadly people in power ignored iranians indoctrination for long
when these jamats take them to cleaners no one will be spared specially with next door talis r coming
no more pro iran policies
collective wisdom of nation spoke
 

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shia hu kai sunni kai ismaili, if they have to hold protest get the **** out of the city and do it in an area which doesn't effects the city, these fucking religious ******** have hold us captive, do you know that it takes me around 15-20 minutes more to reach my home during 1st to 10th Moharaam because these people decide to block roads? same goes for 12 rabi ul awal, 14th august, 6th & 7th sept etc

these very same *********, put them on a 1 hour 30 minutes flight to Dubai and they are insaaan ka puttar there, why? because they know if go around showing off their "imaan" the Shurta is going to rape their ass with a pepper stick and fine so huge that they can't imagine
 
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Anti-Shiite protesters march for second day in Karachi
The rallies follow a raft of blasphemy accusations against Shiite leaders
September 13, 2020


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Tens of thousands of anti-Shiite protesters including demonstrators linked to Sunni extremists rallied in Pakistan's Karachi on Saturday, in the second day of protests that have sparked fears of sectarian violence.
Image Credit: AFP

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Vast crowds of men thronged downtown Karachi - Pakistan's largest city and a major business and industrial hub - many of them waving pro-Sunni flags and chanting Sunni-power slogans.

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The rallies follow a raft of blasphemy accusations against Shiite leaders in Sunni-majority Pakistan after a broadcast of an Ashura procession last month showed clerics and participants allegedly making disparaging remarks about historic Islamic figures.

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A security official told AFP Saturday's crowd was estimated to exceed 30,000 people. There were no immediate reports of violence. | Above: Rangers and police personnel patrol as Sunnis march during the protest.

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The rally was organised by the Sunni organisation Jamaat Ahle Sunnat and by the hardline Islamist party Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), which has organised huge and often violent protests over alleged blasphemy in the past.

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"If you play with the religious sentiments of the Sunni, we will not tolerate it," Karachi TLP chief Allama Abid Mubara told the rally. Sunni people could ultimately "get their heads cut off, but can also behead other people," he added.

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But Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman, who was the event's main speaker, insisted the rally aimed to "promote peace." "Our movement is not against any sectarian group, our movement is against those individuals who desecrate our revered personalities," he said.

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Sunni Muslim demonstrators shout slogans during an anti-Shiite protest, in Karachi.


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Sunni Muslims gather during an anti-Shiite protest in Karachi.

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Police personnel patrol as Sunni Muslims march during an anti-Shiite protest in Karachi.

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Sunni Muslim demonstrators shout slogans during an anti-Shiite protest, in Karachi.

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Sunni Muslims shout slogans during an anti-Shiite protest in Karachi.



KARACHI: Thousands of anti-Shiite protesters rallied in Pakistan’s Karachi on Friday, sparking fears that rising tensions between the religious groups may unleash a new round of sectarian violence.

The rally follows a raft of blasphemy accusations against major Shiite leaders in Pakistan after a televised broadcast of an Ashura procession last month showed Shiite clerics and participants making disparaging remarks about historic Islamic figures.

Ashura commemorates the killing of the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson Hussein at the Battle of Karbala in 680 AD — the defining moment of the religion’s schism and the birth of Shiite Islam.

Blasphemy is a hugely sensitive issue in conservative Pakistan where laws can carry the death penalty for anyone deemed to have insulted Islam or Islamic figures.
Big crowd :0
 

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@BATMAN @Berke2 @TsAr @AliYusuf @ali razza @Counter-Errorist @TomCat @Scorpion @Scorpion @safriz @Lieutenant

Why do these Ayatollah lovers have to insult people we hold dear, to Iranian mulla influence is overwhelming.
@BATMAN @Berke2 @TsAr @AliYusuf @ali razza @Counter-Errorist @TomCat @Scorpion @Scorpion @safriz @Lieutenant

Why do these Ayatollah lovers have to insult people we hold dear, to prove that they are relevant?
Iranian mulla influence over naya Pakistan is overwhelming.
 

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Iranian mulla influence over naya Pakistan is overwhelming.
Lets hope youthias dont start screaming for your blood.
 

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Why do these Ayatollah lovers have to insult people we hold dear, to prove that they are relevant?
They insult because they have no brain to use period. No one will ever restore to insults unless that one has intellectual disability and they all have. The reason that they have this mental incapacity because they have been indoctrinated and programmed this way. They are bunch of lazy sloths who read no book and have not contributed and do not want to contribute humanity in any way. If they care to open up the book they find this plain verse in black and white in case they are color blind And do not insult those they invoke other than Allah, lest they insult Allah in enmity without knowledge. Thus We have made pleasing to every community their deeds. Then to their Lord is their return, and He will inform them about what they used to do We are not allowed to insult anyone period let alone insult the best of those walked the earth after the prophets. But how are they going to comprehend that when their mental capacity is so small. Have not they think of it mathematically that the majority of Muslims are following something else than what they are following? Why do not they ponder upon that? Maybe then they could you use the principle of probability that they are nothing but bunch of mentality retarded sloths living in their own jungle and need to get back to reality. I mean the Quran they read was passed on to us by those whom they insult to day. If those were devious, lairs, not trustworthy and over all devilish then what they passed on holds no weight. The bottom line is that, Persians didn't like Arabs ruling over them so they invented this doctrine that has more to do with pagan superstition than with Islam. IT IS POLITICAL FOR GOD'S SAKE NOT RELIGIOUS. I am sorry for being so harsh but that is the reality whether they accept it or not.
 
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