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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 13th September 2015 21:03
KARACHI: Police on Sunday claimed to have arrested a key suspect behind the killing of several religious leaders in Karachi.

The suspect, identified as Wasi Haider, is accused of killing Mufti Nizamuddin Shamzai, Mufti Mohammad Abdul Majeed Deenpuri, Hafiz Mohammad Ahsan, Mufti Saleh Mohammad Qazi and others.

According to DIG West feroz Shah, police arrested Wasi Haider from Karachi's Federal B Industrial Area and recovered weapons and a grenade from the suspect. The suspect belongs to a political party, he said.

Police officials claimed that the Haider has been involved in target-killing activities in Karachi since 2005. They said that Haider and his accomplices carried out the murder of Mufti Shamzai in 2005 near Gurumandir area. In 2007, he allegedly killed local resident Safdar in Lines Area for not paying extortion money. In 2009, he murdered SHO Brigade Nasirul Hasan, also in Lines Area neighbourhood.

In January 2013, Haider gunned down Jamia Banuri Uloom Islamia top cleric Mufti Mohammad Abdul Majeed Deenpuri, his fellow cleric Mohammad Saleh and Hassaan Shah in broad daylight on the busy Shahrae Faisal road, officials claimed.

Officials also accused the suspect of carrying out the target-killings of several other political and religious leader activists and local residents for not paying extortion money.

Haider is said to have moved to Karachi in 2002 when he found residence in the Lines Area locality. In 2004, he joined a political party. Haider is under police custody and is being further interrogated.

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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 13th September 2015 21:17
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MQM ?

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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 14th September 2015 01:32
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Most probably.
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 15th September 2015 12:07
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 16th September 2015 07:56
I have a very naive question - what does MQM get by killing Ulama?
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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 16th September 2015 08:22

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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 16th September 2015 09:45
MQM might have its own reasons to kill,Uluma or not,to create an atmosphere of terror. That is the kind of environment which suits them best.

The terrorists of all kinds have infiltrated major political parties in Karachi to further their own objectives.This case seems to be a classical sectarian 'sub-group' working under cover of MQM label.

Allah knows best.
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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 16th September 2015 11:58
If islam had not stopped extra-judicial killings, and if it was not due to fear of fitnah ..

I would have loaded my gun with atleast 10,000 bullets,

And then, i would have shot each and every MQM worker IN THE HEAD, with atleast 100 BULLETS.

There is no measure for my HATRED against the disgusting Altaf Hussain and his men.
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 16th September 2015 12:03
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Funds usually from the Qadiyanis and Shia etc, Deobandi Ulema were very vocal against these deviant sects.

Many ulema have been made Shaheed due to Mqm

Question is and this raises eyebrows, why it did take the authorities so long? This guy for all we know could be anyone.
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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 16th September 2015 12:08
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Maulana even here in the UK when youngsters come from Karachi and they have some affiliation with Mqm, they go meet him Altaf bhai and his chamchas in Edgware and get specifically told to stay away from 'Khatme-Nabuwwat' and Maulana Sohail bawa. The latter help youngsters with accommodation, jobs etc as much as they can and then use them in rallies etc as support.

Was also told a little while back the Maulana sohail bawa can't go to Karachi due to the hit on his head from the Qadiyanis and as soon as he steps in to Karachi they'll dispose of him.
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#11 [Permalink] Posted on 17th September 2015 20:58
I have read about Shamzai being Salafi (anti-Maturidi). What do you say about this?
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