Karachi (DP Information) Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, the phobia group blamed for lethal assaults on Shias and non-muslims in Pakistan, has solid ties to ISIS and the Taliban in a murderous marketing campaign to wage sectarian warfare.
Since its inception in 1996 by a non secular extremist, the faction has claimed to have killed hundreds of Shias in bombings and shootings throughout Pakistan. It takes its identify from Maulana Haq Nawaz Jhangvi, the founding father of terror group Sipah-e-Sahaba from which chief Riaz Basra broke, and preaches indiscriminate violence in opposition to Shias.
Now it has been reported that they’re giving risk to most of sunni muslims who’re believed to have ties with shia Muslims and different minorities and believed in Interfaith concord.
It has been reported that on 28th November 2016 few members from the prohibited Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) a restricted non secular affiliation went to the place of Abid Saleem, a Pakistani Citizen who has sturdy ties with minorities and pleasant method in direction of non-muslims and when his dad opened the entryway one in all people from LeJ delivered letter to father of Abid Saleem and stated that “We now have proclaimed Abid Saleem a non-believer and he can be killed for his actions in direction of non-muslims that’s the reason he was declared KAFIR by the fatwa issued by students. It has been additionally famous that they referred Quranic Verses by together with a couple of verses of Quran (The Muslims Holy Guide) within the stated “Life risk” letter.
Jhangvi’s founder Basra has been lifeless for numerous years. Experiences differ on whether or not he was killed in an explosion or a shootout with safety forces.
Whereas speaking with Diplomacy Pakistan, A senior Pakistani safety official stated LeJ and different extremist teams are “hand in glove with the Taliban and ISIS”.
LeJ is proscribed by the UN and different international locations; it’s listed within the UN 1267 Committee’s consolidated checklist and as a proscribed terrorist organisation by the governments of the UK, the USA, Canada, New Zealand and Pakistan.