Saturday, June 5, 2010

Attack on Ahmadi's in Lahore and a possible operation in Southern Punjab

It seems that the enemies of Pakistan and Islam are successful in their hate tactics and to burn the fire of violence and lawlessness in the country. A recent incident of attacks on the worship places of Ahmadi's is an example of this. This was a barbaric incident killing dozens of peaceful people. Not only the Government but also the common public and most importantly the religious parties of the country have condemned this barbaric terrorism and said that this is an effort of anti-Islamic forces to stain the name of Islam and Pakistan.
The most unfortunate thing is that our Government and most precisely our Interior Minister has invented a new term of "Punjabi Talibans" and blamed these so-called Punjabi Talibans for this heinous act. This is really strange that just after few hours of such incidents, our minsters start throwing such remarks without any solid investigative proofs. Minister said that banned Organizations like Sipah-e-Sahaba and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi are involved in such activities. On the other hand leader of Sipah-e-Sahaba Maulana Ahmad Ludhyanvi in his fresh interview to Daily Ausaf denied any such involvement of his party in such incidents and said that their party is itself a victim of terrorism and dozens of their leaders have lost their lives in such incidents. Maulana further said that Rehman Malik is himself accused of several corruption cases and how can we expect justice from such a person.
No doubt this terrorism incidence in Lahore is condemnable but the sad part of the story is that under the influence of symathies being delivered around the world to Qadyanis (Ahmadis), they are trying to hide their true face and one of their leaders tried to call themselves as a Muslim sect in a TV show. Qadyanis are non-muslims as per constitution of Pakistan and hence there faith should not be mixed with this incident. We have sympathies with any one who is a victim of terrorist's but at the same time we are firm at belief of "Khatm-e-Nabuwat".

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