The young man Hadi Alawi was injured yesterday in Karranah area.
He was injured by mercenaries’ shotguns when he took part in a peaceful protest in his area. His right kidney was damaged.
First eye witnesses said the mercenaries surprisingly attacked the peaceful march. Hadi was hit directly by shotguns near his right waist. He was transferred immediately to hospital.
He underwent a surgery to remove his right kidney today early morning. There are concerns that his liver might have been affected as he had fractured ribs. There will another operation for Hadi after his condition gets stable.
The young man Hadi Alawi was injured yesterday in Karranah area.
QUETTA: As many as four people, including a Shia dentist, were killed in separate incidents in Balochistan on Wednesday.
According to sources, unidentified men opened fire on a shop in Pasni. As a result, two people, identified as Ramzan and Mushtaq, received bullet injuries and died while on their way to the District Headquarters Hospital.
Separately, unidentified men killed a man in the Khuzdar Town and injured another passerby.
Sources said the men opened fire on a man, identified as Abdul Ghaffar, at Umar Farooq Chowk. Ghaffar died on the spot and a passerby, identified as Fazal, sustained injuries. The assailants fled from the scene. Police have registered cases of all separate incidents and investigation was underway.
Meanwhile, a dentist belonging to Hazara community was killed in a firing incident in the provincial capital on Tuesday night, police said. Unidentified armed men opened indiscriminate fire on Shaukat Clinic on Kinrani Road near Hazara Town and fled from the scene.
Resultantly, one man sustained injuries and succumbed to them before reaching the hospital. The deceased was identified as Niamatullah. Police said that the he belonged to Hazara community. Investigation is underway to ascertain the motive behind the killing. No group has claimed responsibility for the murder so far. Police had not registered a case until the filing of this report.
Separately, the Quetta police recovered a body from the Double Road area of the city. The police shifted the body to the Civil Hospital.
The armed forces targeted the terrorists in the areas of al-Halk, Sheikh Said, al-Nayrab, Bustan al-Qasr and Hanano in Aleppo, killing scores of them and destroying their DShK-equipped cars.
Armed Forces Seize Workshop for Making Explosives, Destroy 8 Cars Equipped with DShK in Aleppo
The Syrian armed forces stormed a workshop for making explosive devices and a warehouse for weapons and ammunition at al-Fedaa School in al-Kalaseh neighborhood in Aleppo.
The authorities also destroyed five cars equipped with DShK machineguns and killed the terrorists in them in al-Safira area in Aleppo.
The armed forces carried out qualitative operations against terrorists in al-Jandol roundabout in Aleppo, inflicting heavy losses upon them.
The armed forces also destroyed three cars equipped with DShK machineguns with all the terrorists inside them in Khanaser area in Aleppo countryside.
On Tuesday, the armed forces targeted terrorists near the Sports Institute and Mohammad Saleh al-Sabbagh School in Bustan al-Basha and in the Northern area of Ein al-Tal in Aleppo.
The operation resulted in the killing of a number of terrorists and destroying their cars equipped with DShK machineguns.
The authorities arrested a sniper and two terrorists in Baron Street in Aleppo.
In al-Qanater district, western Aleppo, an explosive device went off as terrorists were planting it causing the killing of several gunmen.
In al-Zarbeh district, Aleppo southern countryside, military engineering units dismantled 5 explosive devices set to be detonated near Kinsreen Bridge.
Meanwhile, rehabilitation works started in Mizar Street, al-Molat neighborhood, Talat Nahas and al-Hariri Hospital in Seif al-Dawlah district after clearing them of armed terrorist groups.
The armed forces also cleared al-Sayyed Ali neighborhood and Souq al-Hal in Aleppo from terrorists and destroyed their hideouts.
In Sleiman al-Halabi neighborhood, the armed forces carried out a qualitative operation against terrorists hideouts near al-Hajar Mosque and killed several terrorists and injured others.
The Pakistani government should urgently act to protect the minority Shia Muslim community in Pakistan from sectarian attacks by Sunni militant groups.
(New York) - The Pakistani government should urgently act to protect the minority Shia Muslim community in Pakistan from sectarian attacks by Sunni militant groups, Human Rights Watch said today. The government should hold accountable those responsible for ordering and participating in deadly attacks targeting Shia.
While sectarian violence is a longstanding problem in Pakistan, attacks against ordinary Shia have increased dramatically in recent years, Human Rights Watch said. In 2012, at least 320 members of the Shia population have been killed in targeted attacks. Over 100 have been killed in Balochistan province, the majority from the Hazara community.
“Deadly attacks on Shia communities across Pakistan are escalating,” said Brad Adams, Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “The government’s persistent failure to apprehend attackers or prosecute the extremist groups organizing the attacks suggests that it is indifferent to this carnage.”
A famous Shiite Mukhtar Azmi was shot dead alongside his son, Baqar, in Karachi today.
The incident occurred when the car that the martyrs were travelling in was fired on by members of the banned political organization Sipah-e-Sahaba near Karachi’s ‘Purani’ Sabzi Mandi.
Mukhtar Aazmi, chairman of the Islamic Research Centre Trust, his son Mohammad Baqir and his grandson were all injured and shifted to a nearby hospital for treatment. Baqar, 45 and Mukhtar Azmi, 75, succumbed to their wounds soon after but Azmi’s grandson, Mohammed Ali, is under treatment at the Aga Khan Hospital.
Mukhtar Azmi’s body is at the Abbasi Shaheed hospital whereas his son, Baqar’s body is at the Liaqat National Hospital.
Mukhtar Aazmi was vice chairman of Pakistan Pilgrim Society. He also ran a travel agency for pilgrimages of sacred places of Islam. He was resident of North Nazimabad.
Almost all Shia parties and leaders have condemned the targeted murder of Shia notable. They called it part of ongoing genocide that continued unabated in all over Pakistan.
They demanded of the government to arrest the culprits immediately. They demanded of the judiciary to hang the terrorists publicly.
Peace-loving, patriotic Shiites are being targeted all over Pakistan by terrorists trained and armed by Saudi Arabia and America. The law enforcement and Human Rights councils are on a legendary silence and the Chief Justice who took Su Moto action on Waheeda Shah’s incident is blind to this bloodshed.