Let’s deflect tattoo scandal from Takfiri Deobandis to already targetted Shias: Liberal blogger Ali Chishti and Sipah Sahaba in action

Pakistani “liberal” blogger, Ali K. Chishti, a known agency propagandist, an affiliate of the dubious Jinnah Institute and Najam Sethi’s The Friday Times, has been clearly tasked by his masters in Aabpara to deflect public attention from the real identity of the Takfiri Deobandi terrorists – who attacked the Peshawar Airport and PAF Base a few days ago – to a community which is already facing genocide in Pakistan, i.e., Shia Muslims.

A few weeks ago, Ali Chishti was found promoting Ahmed Ludhianvi , head of Takfiri Deobandi terrorist organisation Sipah Sahaba Taliban, as a prophet of peace. https://lubpak.com/archives/231304 Ali Chishti also proposed that Shia Muslims should be punished because they do not accept the first three Sunni Caliphs as legitimate successors of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Ali Chishti agrees with and promotes an aggresive expansion of the notorious Blasphemy Laws to suppress and silence any criticism of Caliph Yazeed Bin Muawiya, the  murderer of Imam Hussain, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).  Aside from murdering the Holy Prophet’s family at Karbala, Yazeed Bin Muawiya’s army attacked and defiled the Kaaba and Masjid-e-Nabawi.   Ali Chishti openly suuports Al Qaeda affiliate Ahmed Ludhianvi that the Shan-e-Sahaba Law (Blasphemy of the Companions of the Prophet) be applied on Shia Muslims. (Ironically both of them did not explain why such law should not be applied to Muawiya (son of Abu Sufyan) who killed many noble Companions of the holy Prophet and also started the evil practice of cursing Hazrat Ali in the Friday sermons in the Islamic State.)

Today, Ali Chishti was found circulating a (dubious) picture of an Iranian Shia with a tattoo of Ayatollah Khomeini on his arm. Very soon afterwards, many Deobandi propagandists of the Sipah Sahaba and Taliban were seen circulating the same picture in an attempt to prove that Shia Muslims, not Deobandi militants, are behind terrorist attacks in Pakistan.

Of course, both Ali Chishti Deobandi and Ahmed Ludhianvi Deobandi (ASWJ) want to hide that:

1. Deobandi militants of the Sipah Sahaba Taliban are responsible for almost all terrorist activities in Pakistan;

2. This is not the first time a Deobandi terrorist with a tattoo has been captured. Previously in June 2009, a Deobandi Taliban fighter was found in Afghanistan with Aston Villa tattoo http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/afghanistan/5538176/Taliban-fighter-found-with-Aston-Villa-tattoo.html

3. Only one of the ten Deobandi attackers killed by Pakistan police/army in the Pewhawar attack had a tattoo on his body. According to experts, the tattoo looks 10 to 12 years old. The outlines, curves and shading clearly tell that it has not been made by an expert. The outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), which claims that it is fighting for the enforcement of Islamic shariah, has already claimed responsibility for the attack. It shows that Deobandi and Salafist militants who conduct acts of terror in Pakistan, Afghanistan and other countries worship Yazid, an evil character in Islamic history who killed Imam Hussain, the grand son of the Propeht Muhammad. According to a religious decree (fatwa) by the Darul Uloom Deoband, the most eminent Deobandi seminary in the entire world, it is permissible to revere Yazid as Leader of the Faithful (Ameer-ul-Momineen) and Rehmatullah Alah (Blessing of Allah be upon him). https://lubpak.com/archives/231807

4. Several pro-Sipah Sahaba Deobandi mullahs are currently trying to deflect attention from the Deobandi terrorists. Here’s an example from Express Tribune: “Mufti Naeem of Karachi’s Jamia Binoria seminary told The Express Tribune that there was no exception to drawing tattoos in Islam as shariah has clearly imposed restrictions on it.
“Yes, you can offer prayers but Islam does not permit drawing tattoos on bodies and has banned it,” he said.The head of Pakistan Ulema Council Allama Tahir Ashrafi also endorsed the view. “It was astonishing to see the body with a horrible face tattooed on his body. Islam does not allow drawing tattoos,” he added. “This cannot be the body of a Muslim.”

[A practising Muslim is also not allowed to kill innocent people and destroy their property. When will these Deobandi clerics condemn this violence by their own creed once and for all?]

But a security official pointed out that tattoos on the bodies of terrorists exposed the TTP claims that they were fighting for Islam. “We know their (Deobandi militants of the Taliban, Sipah Sahaba) true face. We have raided their dens and even found pornographic films and male potency drugs from there,” he said. (Source)

5. The link between Deobandi militants of Sipah Sahaba Taliban and Uzbek Takfiri militants were recently revealed by MNA Sheikh Waqas Akram in Pakistan’s parliament: https://lubpak.com/archives/234071

16 responses to “Let’s deflect tattoo scandal from Takfiri Deobandis to already targetted Shias: Liberal blogger Ali Chishti and Sipah Sahaba in action”

  1. This person ALi Chishti is a known ShiaPhobe.

    Often he stereotypes all Shias as Iranians.

    He wants all Shias to become Sunnis and follow the first three caliphs the way Shias do.

    He is currently operating at least one, possibly two, Twitter accounts of ASWJ – Sipah Sahaba.

  2. Taliban using Uzbeks to conduct terrorist attacks

    Amir Mir

    Tuesday, December 18, 2012

    ISLAMABAD: The December 16 blatant assault by the fidayeen attackers of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) targeting the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) base inside the Peshawar Airport has proven beyond any iota of doubt that the Waziristan-based Uzbek militants have become an integral part of the TTP which is mostly using them to conduct deadly guerilla attacks against sensitive military installations in all four corners of Pakistan.

    Those investigating the TTP attack on Bacha Khan International Airport say the Taliban have stepped up a bloody campaign of retribution against the Pakistani security forces ever since al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was hunted down in Abbottabad on May 2, 2011. While revising its previous strategy of carrying out massive attacks in big cities and killing civilians in large numbers, the TTP is now concentrating on military targets. Within weeks of Osama’s killing, a group of fidayeen attackers of the TTP had attacked the Mehran Naval base in Karachi [on May 22, 2011] and destroyed two of the four Orion maritime surveillance aircrafts besides killing ten highly-trained commandos of the Special Services Group (SSG). In a ferocious battle which lasted for 15 hours, the attackers had lost four of their men who were later identified as Uzbeks. The TTP had claimed that the attack was a revenge for the deaths of Baitullah Mehsud and Osama bin Laden.

    Almost two months later, on August 16, 2012 terrorists once again went on rampage and targeted the Kamra Air base of the Pakistan Air Force. At least eight militants were killed in a counter operation that lasted over five hours, killing a PAF security official in the fire exchange. Most of the attackers were foreign nationals and described as Uzbek militants. The Kamra attack was claimed by the TTP. Those investigating the December 16 audacious assault on the PAF Air base inside the Peshawar Airport say it was almost a replay of the TTP-sponsored fidayeen attacks on the military installations in Karachi and Kamra. And significantly, most of the five fidayeen attackers who were killed in the gun battle with the security forces inside the airport were identified as Uzbek nationals. The TTP spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan claimed responsibility, saying, “Our target was jet fighter planes and gunship helicopters [of PAF] and soon we will target them again”. Peshawar airport is a joint military-civilian facility.

    A day after TTP’s raid in Peshawar, the security forces stormed an under construction building close to the airport and killed the five remaining militants who had conducted the fidayeen assault. Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) spokesman Major General Asim Bajwa has already stated that the three terrorists killed and two others who had detonated their suicide vests during the Peshawar operation appeared to be Uzbek. As a matter of fact, Uzbek militants have been active in Pakistan since the 1990s, with the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) being the main group which organizes and directs these militants. Formed in 1998 by Tahir Yuldashev, the main focus of the IMU has always been ousting the Uzbek President Islam Karimov and to install an Islamic regime in Uzbekistan. Yuldashev oversaw the expansion of the IMU’s membership base from Uzbeks, Tajiks, and Kyrgyz to multiple other nationalities, including Uyghurs, Turkmen, Turks, Afghans, Arabs, Chinese, Chechens, Germans, Norwegians, as well as Russians.

    As far as the bond between the TTP and the IMU is concerned, the two groups have a long history of collaboration, even before the TTP’s launching by Baitullah Mehsud. Tahir Yuldashev was the first one to have offered the services of his 2,500-plus fighters to Baitullah when he had decided to take ups arms against the state of Pakistan. The TTP provided sanctuary for the IMU in exchange for its assistance re-sourcing the fight against Pakistani security forces. This sanctuary, however, was short-lived as successive military operations in South Waziristan in 2009 [which were backed by Maulvi Nazir] and the killings of Baitullah Mehsud and Tahir Yuldashev in American drone attacks in August 2009 forced the IMU out of the region.

    The new IMU ameer decided to relocate his militants to North Waziristan where it, once again, found some new allies, including al-Qaeda and the Haqqani Network. The new TTP Ameer Hakeemullah Mehsud adopted the same strategy by relocating his fighters to North Waziristan after Baitullah’s death. The TTP-IMU bond had strengthened under the command of the new leaders of the two groups which are working in tandem with each other to target the Pakistani security forces in every nook and corner of the country. A video posted online by the IMU in September 2010 had featured footage of Yuldashev’s successor Abu Usman Adil meeting with Hakeemullah Mehsud and his second-in-command, Waliur Rahman. Abu Adil was killed in a US drone strike in April 2012 and succeeded by his deputy, Usman Ghazi.

    In a most recent development, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan has moved from its Uzbek roots and re-branded itself under the Persian Dari name of the Tehrik-e-Islami-e-Uzbekistan rather than the Uzbek name of Uzbekistan Islami Harikati. Despite having suffered some major losses in recent years, the IMU remains one of the most militarily capable and media savvy jehadi outfits operating in the Waziristan region. Even though IMU-trained Uzbek militants have taken part in several deadly fidayeen attacks against the Pakistani security forces being a key ally of the TTP, the April 15 Bannu Jailbreak this year was perhaps the only event which was filmed by the militants and marketed.

    The 25-minute Uzbek-language video, which was released on June 14, was primarily meant to prove that the IMU and other al-Qaeda-linked foreign terrorists masterminded the jailbreak that freed 384 prisoners, including a top al-Qaeda militant, Adnan Rashid. If the contents of the video are to be believed, the Bannu jailbreak was planned after Adnan Rashid wrote to the ameer of the Uzbek jehadis, seeking help to getaway. The jailbreak plot was subsequently orchestrated with the support of the Tehrik-e-Taliban.


  3. From ET:

    Dec 17, 2012 – 5:35AM
    I am amazed that these mullahs would call the attacker non-Muslim based on a tattoo. The obvious explanation is that he’s a convert. Lots of ordinary people in the west have tattoos. People need to broaden their horizons.

    Ch. Allah Daad
    Dec 17, 2012 – 5:31AM
    Bring thousands of proofs that these terrorists are not Muslims and are our worst enemies but Taliban Khan and JI will not condemn them.

    Iftikhar Khan
    Dec 17, 2012 – 4:58AM
    Surprising and disappointing that Jamaat-e-Islami is still trying to defend the animals that are taliban, and keep harping the foreign element excuse. Question is why are the groups here are inviting foreign element? And why are we under the illusion that taliban ‘practicing’ ‘muslim’! their basis is Jehel and nothing else.

    Ali Hasan
    Dec 17, 2012 – 11:39AM
    Hilarious. Now we have a new excuse for our denial. “They have tattoos, hence they aren’t muslims, hence they’re not our fault.”

    Dec 17, 2012 – 11:02AM
    People change and brain washed. Remember Ajmal Kasab was wearing modern clothing? Iron Mike Tyson had also become Muslim with tattos not just on the body but on the face also. This issue is a diversion from the attack by the terrorists.

    Yuri Kondratyuk
    Dec 17, 2012 – 6:29PM
    in 2008 also media exposed some
    terrorists killed in Swat operation
    were also not circumcised
    Based on such news, people like Zaid Hamid jumped to the conclusion that they are “Hindus in disguise”. The ultimate shock came when some Pak soldiers/paramilitary personnel who were hospitalized were also found to be uncircumcised.
    It turns out that quite a few poor peole in the tribal regions don’t bother circumcising.

    Aslam Khan
    Dec 17, 2012 – 3:01PM
    Abu Musab al-Zarqawi also had many tattoos on his torso. Those tattoos were among the distinguishing marks that American soldiers initially used to identify Al Zarqawi after he was killed in a Air Strike. He had so many tattoos that friends in the neighborhood called him “The Green Man.”

    Dec 17, 2012 – 6:09PM
    Why their faces are hidden? Why not they expose them all? Let all Pakistanis know how they look like, what are their names, nationalities etc.

    Dec 17, 2012 – 11:25PM
    : The blatant attack on Peshawar Airport followed by the Taliban claiming responsibility is not new. We have seen this scene play many times before; the GHQ in Rawalpindi, Mehran Base in Karachi, Kamra Complex near Taxila and now the airport in Peshawar. We congratulate the Pakistani security forces who successfully repelled the attack and killed the attackers. It is unfortunate that some are implying that because of a bizarre tattoo on one of the dead terrorist, he may be an implant from the West or a U.S Marine. Why would the Taliban allow someone like him to join their organization? How would this person keep such a large body tattoo hidden? We all know that the Pakistani authorities have identified some of the attackers as Uzbeks. So there is a strong possibility that he could be one of them. Why couldn’t he get his tattoo in Russia where they are very popular? Is it not easy for a person who lives in the Central Republics to travel to Russia?
    Conspiracy theories do not have a beginning or an ending; we can keep them going as long as we want. The fact is that the Taliban are our common enemy. They have attacked and killed many of our soldiers and civilians on both sides of the border. We have said this before and we say this again, that a strong and stable Pakistan is in everyone’s interest. It is a very important country in the region, and its prosperity and stability affects the regional partners as well. The region has suffered enough due to the terrorists who have made Pakistan their base. They need to be eliminated, and we fully stand by Pakistan and its security forces when they defend their people and their nation against these evil forces.
    Abdul Quddus
    DET-United States Central Command

    Dec 17, 2012 – 6:54PM
    Afghan authorities killed British militants with roots in the sub continent that had tattoos of their favorite EPL team years ago. Muslim youth in the west get all sorts of tattoos and some tend to get ink that says Mohammad and Allah to identify with Islam only to regret their actions once they become mature adults. I personally know practicing Muslim men with tattoos, it is just a part of life in the post modern world we live in and it does not take anything away from someone aspiring to be a pious Muslim.

    Dec 17, 2012 – 10:34PM
    At least the tattoos served a purpose. The insignia shows the people who have been orchestrating all the suicide bombings are pure evil; satanic worshippers; dajjalic agents. Being caught red handed has exposed them to the world although the truth about their identity and links was already known before.

  4. Pakistani Militant’s ‘Demonic’ Tattoo Proves…Nothing

    A Taliban militant who was killed during a gun battle in Peshawar was found to have an elaborate tattoo on his back.

    December 17, 2012

    Boris Vallejo’s fantasy artwork has appeared in — and on — almost every medium possible. He has illustrated countless book covers and comic books, as well as ad campaigns for Old Spice, Carlsberg beer, and others. And, as a simple Google search shows, Vallejo’s work has also inspired tattoo enthusiasts the world over.

    In Pakistan, however, one apparent Vallejo fan was revealed who would likely make the artist cringe. A photo by Reuters shows a dead militant involved in a brazen attack on the Bacha Khan International Airport in Peshawar with an unfinished Vallejo tribute tattooed on his back.

    “The Express Tribune” ran the story with the headline, “Attacker’s Demonic Tattoo Draws Fresh TTP Conclusions,” which doesn’t leave the reader with much room for interpretation.

    Read for yourself:

    Tattoo experts say the image on the militant’s body symbolizes evil. “Skulls, in my opinion, are demonic representations, but only in visualization. They represent strength, rebelliousness, and serious drawbacks,” said a Lahore-based tattoo artist.

    “Mostly people who get such tattoos want to give out a message that they defy death, those who have seen death very closely, including criminals, gangsters and even rock stars,” he said on condition of anonymity.

    About the tattoo on the militant’s body, he said, “It looks 10 to 12 years old. The outlines, curves and shading clearly tell that it has not been made by an expert.”

    A Karachi-based tattoo artist concurred. “Mostly, criminals and gangsters get such tattoos made on their bodies,” said the artist who works at a tattoo parlor. He also spoke on condition of anonymity.

    The article — and a lot of comments on Twitter and Pakistani blogs — paints a picture of tattooed people as miscreants and worse. The piece notes security forces’ claims that the attackers were “foreign fighters” and that the tattoo shows how the fighters are actually un-Islamic.

    But, as blogger Iftikhar Zaidi notes — also at “The Express Tribune” — tattoos are hardly uncommon among fighters in the region and, perhaps more importantly, tattoos are permanent and the inked-up militant’s unfinished tribute could thus be a “mistake” of the distant past.

    As for the specific piece, it may be a picture of a demon, but to label it as “demonic” may be a bit much. Vallejo’s work in fantasy — and the genre generally — may depict demons and gods of all shapes and sizes, but as interviews with the artist reveal, he is hardly a raging satanist.

    — Zach Peterson


  5. Ali Chishti is hated by MQM because he used to tell internal secrets of the MQM to agencies and Sipah Sahaba (ASWJ).

    He has been banished from stepping in or near Nine Zero.

  6. If this Chishti borned in 14th century, his name would be Marwan Chishti. But wait, Marwan was very intelligent as well as cunning. This guy is stupid and try to be intelligent. Dumb ass shd write for in suspense magazines that childrens read.

  7. A member of Pakistan’s parliament reveals links between Pakistan’s Deobandi militants (Sipah Sahaba) and Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), a militant Islamist group formed in 1991 by the Islamic ideologue Tahir Yuldashev, and former Soviet paratrooper Juma Namangani. In 2001 the IMU was largely destroyed while fighting alongside the Taliban against coalition forces in Afghanistan. Namangani was killed, and the IMU’s remaining fighters were dispersed. Yuldeshev and an unknown number of fighters escaped with remnants of the Taliban to Waziristan in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan. Since then the IMU has reportedly opened training camps in Waziristan and is now involved with other Deobandi groups (Sipah Sahaba and Taliban attempting to undermine the authority of the government of Pakistan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_Movement_of_Uzbekistan

    MNA Sheik Waqqas Akram reveals the links between Uzbek militants and Deobandi militants of Sipah Sahaba. Deobandi militants in Jhang routinely wear T-shirts with slogans of Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan.

    Sipah Sahaba Taliban pay each Uzbek terrorist 40,000 dollars per head to recruit them for terrorist activities in Pakistan.

    وزیر داخلہ کہانیاں سنانے کی بجائے ان کیخلاف ایکشن لیں
    ازبک دہشتگردوں کے پنجاب کی کالعدم تنظیموں سے رابطے ہیں، شیخ وقاص اکرم

    اسلام ٹائمز: مسلم لیگ ق کے رکن قومی اسمبلی کا کہنا ہے کہ انکے حلقے میں کالعدم تنظیم کے افراد اسلامک موومنٹ آف ازبک کی ٹی شرٹ پہنے پھرتے ہیں۔ ایک ازبک پاکستان میں دہشتگردی کی کارروائی کے 40 ہزار ڈالر لیتا ہے۔

    اسلام ٹائمز۔ وفاقی وزیر شیخ وقاص اکرم نے قومی اسمبلی میں انکشاف کیا ہے کہ ازبک دہشت گردوں کے پنجاب کی کالعدم تنظیموں سے رابطے ہیں، جبکہ ازبک دہشت گرد پاکستان میں ایک کارروائی کا چالیس ہزار ڈالرز معاوضہ لیتے ہیں۔ قومی اسمبلی کا اجلاس ڈپٹی سپیکر فیصل کریم کنڈی کی زیر صدارت اسلام آباد میں ہوا۔ وفاقی وزیر شیخ وقاص اکرم نے انکشاف کیا کہ ازبک دہشت گردوں کا پنجاب کی کالعدم تنظیموں کے ساتھ رابطہ ہے، ازبک تنظیموں کا ساتھ دینے والے کالعدم تنظیموں کے خلاف ایکشن لیا جانا چاہئے۔ انہوں نے کہا کہ پنجاب میں کالعدم تنظیموں کے لوگ اسلامک تحریک ازبکستان کی شرٹس پہنے نظر آتے ہیں، جبکہ ایک ازبک پاکستان میں دہشت گردی کی کارروائی کیلئے چالیس ہزار ڈالرز لیتا ہے۔ وزیر داخلہ کہانیاں سنانے کی بجائے ان کے خلاف ایکشن لیں۔

    دیگر ذرائع کے مطابق مسلم لیگ ق کے رکن قومی اسمبلی شیخ وقاص اکرم نے کہا ہے کہ ایک کالعدم تنظیم ازبکوں کو پناہ دے رہی ہے۔ شیخ وقاص اکرم نے کہا کہ ان کے حلقے میں کالعدم تنظیم کے افراد اسلامک موومنٹ آف ازبک کی ٹی شرٹ پہنے پھرتے ہیں۔ وزیر داخلہ کہانیاں سنانے کی بجائے ازبک افراد کو پناہ دینے والوں کے خلاف کارروائی کریں۔


  8. Shia tattoos picutre of his leader on his shoulder and ASWJ attacker of Peshawar airport tattoos picture of his religious leader on his back.