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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Sectarian violence, targeting Shias


Sectarian violence in Pakistan sparks up occasionally between the predominant Sunnis and minority Shias. According to an estimate Shi'a Islam in Pakistan make up 5-15% while the remaining is Sunni Islam. Among those blamed for the sectarian violence in the country are mainly Sunni militants such as Sipah-e-Sahaba and members of Shia militant groups such as Sipah-e-Muhammad Pakistan. However, predominant Sunni militant groups are often blamed for attacks on the minority Shias (Shiites) resulting in reprisal attacks by them. Since the year 2000, over 2000 Shia Hazara community members including many women and children have been killed or wounded in attacks perpetrated by Sunni Muslim terrorists affiliated with Al-Qaeda and Taliban in southwestern town of QuettaOn 03/03/2013 a power full bomb blast in the city of Karachi in the area of Abbas town killed 45 people and wounded 150 others. The bomb blast destroyed building and set others building on fire. 
All segements of society condemn this carnage and demeand protection of all citizen. Some surmise that exacerbating tensions is Arab states, especially Saudi Arabia and GCC states, funding radical extremist Sunnis and the Iranian state funding of Shia extremists and in Pakistan, resulting in tit for tat attacks on each other.
It is widely accepted that sectarian violence in Pakistan is a recent phenomenon and that for most of the country's history, people of different sects have co-existed peacefully. The development of sectarianism is widely attributed to be a result of financial funding of fundamentalist networks, numbering in millions of dollars, by Arab states and other outside powers inside Pakistan.
A fact recognised by all in Pakistan is that the people of the country are not sectarian-minded. Before jihad took hold of Pakistan and extremist clerics became threatening, there was considerable harmony between the sects. Muharram was not the season of sectarian violence and mayhem. Today, the world understands that the intensification of the sectarian feeling among the clerics is actually a result of a war relocated from Pakistan’s neighbourhood in the GulfThe Express Tribune2012
24 Nov 2012 ... And Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and TTP reiterated their pledge to continueattacking Shias due to their faith. Meanwhile, a suicide bomber attacked ...
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