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Deobandi mosque linked with JUI F and ASWJ openly collecting funds for terrorism

Supporters of banned sectarian group Sipah-e-Sahaba listen to their leaders during a gathering to observe the anniversary of their leader Azam Tariq assassinated in 2003, Friday, Oct. 4, 2013 in Islamabad, Pakistan. Leaders demanded that Pakistan government should hold peace negotiation with Taliban, allegedly involved bombings and suicide attacks. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)

Supporters of banned sectarian group Sipah-e-Sahaba listen to their leaders during a gathering to observe the anniversary of their leader Azam Tariq assassinated in 2003, Friday, Oct. 4, 2013 in Islamabad, Pakistan. Leaders demanded that Pakistan government should hold peace negotiation with Taliban, allegedly involved bombings and suicide attacks. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)

 

I can’t believe what I saw today was real. I went to offer Jumma prayer at the Abu Bakar Siddique (ra) masjid today which is right next to Iqra University’s new tall building  and this is what a guy was saying out-loudly outside of the mosque after the prayer:

“Namoos e Sahaba ki khatir chanda den, Islam ke bad tareen dushman Shiyat ke khaatme ki khatir chanda den”

“Give money for the honor of the companions, for the destruction of Shiism, Islam’s biggest enemy”

WOW!!! BEST EXAMPLE OF A COMMUNITY SPONSORED TERRORISM

never felt this terrorized before. will never step in that mosque again insha’Allah! hundreds of Iqra University students were simply passing by while he was saying this.

The maddersa attached to this mosque is khulfa e rashideen. This is a Strong hub of banned organisation aswj as 3 to 4 buses of students are supplied to aswj/jui(f) jalsas from that maddersa. This maddersa was reported for hiding sectarian killers to LEAs 3 years back. Due to lack of action by the government, this area has become a hub for the Taliban.

Allaahumma ‘innaa naj’aluka fee nuhoorihim wa na’oothu bika min shuroorihim

“O Allah, we ask You to restrain them by their necks and we seek refuge in You from their evil.”

(Abu Dawud 2/89, and Al-Hakim graded it authentic and Ath-Thahabi agreed 2/142).