The current post shows an exapmle of the intention of Saudi Wahhabis to create sectarian war between Sunni and Shia Muslims. Recently European Parliament has identified Wahabi and Salafi roots of global terrorism. The EU report shows that Wahhabi Salafi clerics of Saudi Arabia and their Deobandi (sem-Wahhabi) proxies in Pakistan do NOT represent majoirty of peaceful Sunni Muslims.
In the latest episode of Wahhabi Salafi design against Sunni-Shia-unity, Pakistani anchor Gharidah Farooqi, a newscaster and anchor at Samaa TV, seems to be trapped in the false discourse of Saudi Wahhabi establishment. She is currently busy in circulating false propaganda crafted by Saudi Wahhabi owned Al-Arabiya TV which can ignite Sunni-Shia sectarian violence in Pakistan and other countries. The propaganda is likely to enable further Shia genocide in Pakistan, Bahrain, Iraq and Syria by Deobandi Wahhabi terrorists of ASWJ-LeJ, Taliban, Al Qaeda and Al-Nusrah Front. Gharidah Farooqi alleged that some Shias of Iran were busy in insulting second Caliph Hazrat Omar.
It’s not the first time that Gharidah Farooqi has, perhaps naively, circulated hate propaganda against Shia Muslims. In the past, she has been found humanizing and promoting clerics and terrorists of banned Sipah-e-Sahaba (aka Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, currently freely operating as Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat Deobandi ASWJ-D). https://lubpak.com/archives/248715
It may be noted that the Saudi-owned Al-Arabiay TV channel (along with Qatar-owned Al Jazeera, UAE-based Peace TV and UK-based Islam Channel) is known for peddling Wahhabi Deobandi sectarian propaganda against Sunni Sufis/Barelvis, Shias, Ahmadis, Jews, Christians and other non-Wahhabi/Deobandi groups.
On 20 July 2013, Al-Arabiya published a fake news item alleging that Iran’s telecom firm Irancell had insulted Sunni Muslims Second Caliph Hazrat Omar. This new was found false because other than Al-Arabiya TV and a few Jihadist web sites, there was no evidence found of this allegation.
Similar false propaganda has been crafted and circulated by Saudi-backed Wahabi Deobandi clerics and terrorists in the past. In recent past, Lebanon’s Wahhabi cleric Sheikh Al-Assir too, funded by Saudi government, alleged that Shias and Christians were making toys which yell “Hit Hazrat Ayesha”, an allegation which was later found to be untrue and dishonest.