Fears of Sectarian Violence in Pakistan


The Islamists in Pakistan, after either killing or converting the minorities by imposing the draconian Sharia law, don’t have any ‘Kafirs’ left to satiate their thirst for blood. After the religious cleansing of the minorities, especially the Hindus and Sikhs, they virtually don’t have anyone to pounce upon. Therefore, they started paying attention to the internal fault lines in their own community to continue the conflict and bloodshed.

In the Sunni-majority Pakistan Shias were attacked on many previous occasions. A terrorist organization called Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan is trying to incite violence against Shias by terming them ‘Kafirs’. So far, they termed the followers of all other religions as ‘Kafirs’ and now they are terming the people of their own community as infidels.

It appears that there is a civil war going on in the Islamic Ummah as to who is a true Muslim and who is fake. The majority Sunnis in Pakistan treat Shias as fake Muslims and therefore brand them as ‘Kafirs’. After converting Hindus, Sikhs and Christians, they are now targetting Shias for conversion.

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It is a well-known fact that Pakistan was placed on the Grey List by Financial Action Task Force (FATF) for aiding and abetting radical Islamic terror in many parts of the world. In fact, Pakistan along with other Islamic theocracies such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar is known for radiating Islamic terror all over the world.

The demonstrations held by Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan in Karachi is a clear manifestation that the terror industry is thriving in Pakistan unhinderedly. Therefore, the world community must think seriously about the dangers emanating from the rogue nation and take decisive steps to destroy the terror industry in Pakistan.

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