15 Sep 2012
All Shia Parties Conference Questions Acquittal of Terrorists.
An “All Shia Parties Conference” expressed its protest against judiciary for acquitting terrorists.
Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen, Shia Action Committee,
Haiyat-e-Aimma-e-Masajid wa Ulema, ISO, Asgharia and many other parties
and groups attended the conference.
Central Committee represented Shaheed Foundation Pakistan on this occassion.
“We protest the judiciary because no major culprit has so
far been punished,” Allama Amin Shaheedi, deputy secretary general of
the MWM read the excerpts from the communiqué at post-conference press
The conference demanded of the judiciary to take suo
motu action against the terrorists involved in the genocide of Shia
Representatives of Shia parties from Sindh, Punjab,
Balochistan, Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan expressed their
views while speaking at the conference. Some legislators belonging to
other parties also participated in the conference. They said that the
takfiri groups serve the interest of enemies of Islam and they are
detrimental for Islam and Muslims.
It condemned the terrorism in Pakistan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Yemen, Palestine and Myanmar.
conference condemned the blasphemous movie “Innocence of Muslims” and
demanded of Pakistan government to expel U.S. diplomats to protest
against the anti-Islam film.
Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafri,
Allama Juma Asadi, head of the MWM, Haider Ali Mirza, Maulana Hassan
Salahuddin, Allama Maqsood Domki, Allama Aijaz Behishti, Maulana Mirza
Yousuf Hussain, Pir Syed Nobahar Shah, dr. Ghazanfar Mehdi and several
other participants spoke.
They vowed to strengthen the unity
among Shiites and end weakness of the Millat. They said that Shiites are
first defence line of Pakistan therefore enemies of Pakistan always
tried to weaken them. They said that Punjab Minister Rana Sanaullah had
got 273 terrorists released so far. They said the targeted murders of
Shias are aimed at forcing them to think against Pakistan. They said
anti-Shia thought penetrated the key individuals of the state