While it is typical of ISIS-affiliated Deobandi terrorist group ASWJ-LeJ to attack unarmed civilians, recent attacks on women and children are a new low even for these Yazeed-worshipping terrorists.
Typically, most of Pakistan’s human rights champions are more concerned about Cyril Almeida’s 2-day travel ban than they are about the ongoing Shia Genocide. When Shia women were singled out and shot down two weeks ago, none of the Sharmeen Obaid Chinoys, the Asma Jehangirs or Sherry Rahmans raised their voices. There will be no slickly produced documentaries highlighting the brutal rape and honour killing of women who converted to Shia Islam.
Similarly, Pakistan’s PML N government is more interested in protecting the Deobandi terrorists of ASWJ-LeJ and in this aspect, the Government is on the same page as the largely Pro Taliban media and judiciary.
Takfiri Deobandi hatemonger, Mufti Naeem (of the notorious Jamia Binoria) often chides Shia Muslims to restrict their faith indoors – within the Char Diwari (Four Walls). In these threats and assertions, he is often supported by many commercial liberals. When it comes to opposing Azadari, it is difficult to to tell apart raving frothing Jhangvis like Mufti Naeem from some commercial liberals. Both groups stridently oppose Azadari and view it as “barbaric” “ghetto” practices that must not be made public.
Where are they now when women and children are being massacred with grenades lobbed in private and ENCLOSED gatherings. Their enmity against the Holy Prophet and his progeny is so deep rooted that grenade attacks that result in dead and critically injured women and children are referred to as “cracker attacks”. The use of words are so dishonest and imply as though the attack was a benign fire CRACKER. One does not have to think of dead and grievously injured women and children – just a mild case of fire crackers or even biscuits.
“Barbaric” is a mild word to describe these heinous crimes and dishonest is too mild a word to describe the anti-Azadari camp of Takfiri Deobandis and commercial liberals.