Taliban terrorists, brainwashed by PTUJ, kill 39 in Rawalpindi mosque attack

At least 39 Muslims have been killed in yet another suicide attack by the Taliban terrorists on the state and nation of Pakistan. According to BBC Urdu, Taliban commander from South Waziristan Waliur-Rehman has accepted responsibility for this attack.

ادھر جنوبی وزیرستان کے طالبان کے امیر مولوی ولی الرحمان نے بی بی سی اردو کو فون کر کے اس حملے کی ذمہ داری قبول کی ہے۔ ان کا کہنا تھا کہ اس مسجد کو نشانہ اس لیے بنایا گیا کیونکہ وہ ایک فوجی مسجد ہے اور وہاں عام شہری موجود نہیں ہوتے۔

خیال رہے کہ جس جگہ دھماکے اور فائرنگ ہوئی وہ انتہائی حساس علاقہ ہے اور سکیورٹی ریڈ زون میں شامل ہے۔ اس علاقے میں حاضر سروس اور ریٹائرڈ جرنیلوں کی رہائش گاہیں بھی ہیں۔ جس مسجد پر حملہ ہوا وہاں سکیورٹی خدشات کے باعث عید الاضحیٰ کی نماز بھی نہیں پڑھائی گئی تھی۔

As usual, members of the Pakistani Taliban Union of Journalists (PTUJ) (e.g. Dr Shahid Masood, Ansar Abbasi, Irfan Siddiqui, Javed Chaudhry etc) would like to place the blame on the so called foreign forces such as CIA, RAW, Mossad, Blackwater, Xe, anything but the Taliban themselves.

As usual, they would like to play down this tragedy by paying attention to their key aim of derailig democracy in Pakistan, in order to support their Taliban warriors on the political front.

This is how it works. In the first stage, PTUJ and Mullahs (The Mullah Media Alliance) brainwash ill-informed youth against the state, security forces and the nation of Pakistan. In the second stage, Taliban send the brainwashed footsoldiers to kill innocent Pakistanis in mosques, streets and imambargahs. In the third stage, members of PTUJ (Shahid Masood, Ansar Abbasi etc) try to confuse the nation by starting a blame game in order to divert public attention from the real culprits, i.e. the Taliban terrorists and their affiliates (e.g. Al Qaeda, Sipah-e-Sahaba, Jamaat-e-Islami, other jihadi and sectarian organisations).

We appeal to the Chief of Army Staff General Kayani that those people who are persistently brainwashing the unfortunate youth who attack innocent civilians and members of security forces of Pakistan must be arrested and court-martialled.

We also appeal to the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, to constitute a full bench to try and punish cirminals such as Dr Shahid Masood, Ansar Abbasi and others who indirectly manufacture suicide bombers in madrassah, shops, streets and markets of Pakistan through their ill-informed and ill-intended hate speech; all such producers and abetters of terrorism must be arrested and tried as per the law of the land.
Terrorists Kill 39 In Pakistan Mosque Attack
Mark Langford, Sky News Online

At least 39 people are feared dead after terrorists attacked a mosque close to army headquarters in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi.

Gunmen opened fire on worshippers at the mosque after blasts believed to be caused by suicide bombers.

Pakistan police say seven gunmen attacked the mosque during Friday prayers, firing weapons and throwing grenades.

Three gunmen were killed in the ensuing gun battle while four are still believed to be at large.

Security forces said 13 people have been killed but the emergency services say they have moved three times that number.

“We have updated the number of casualties including 39 dead and more than 40 wounded,” said Sohail Riaz, the official in charge of the rescue services’ control room.

The military has imposed a news blackout while the hunt for the remaining gunmen goes on and there are unconfirmed reports of a hostage situation.

The mosque is understood to be in a sensitive area where senior members of the security forces live and where army officers go for Friday prayers.

Rawalpandi is the site of the military’s headquarters and has been a frequent target of attacks by the Pakistani Taliban.

Pakistan has been hit by a wave of suicide blasts and attacks, with more than 2,570 people killed during a two-and-a-half year insurgency by Islamist militants.

Attacks have intensified this year as the military launches offensives against Taliban strongholds, and in October the army headquarters in Rawalpindi was the target of a militant siege and hostage-taking.



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