12 killed firing in Islamabad court

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  1. Blackwater

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    SLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani has taken suo moto notice of the F-8 Kachehri firing, Geo News reported.

    The chief justice, while taking notice of the incident, sought report from Chief Commissioner and IG Islamabad on Tuesday.

    The hearing of the case would be held on Tuesday in open court.

    It may be noted here that at least 11 people including Additional Session Judge Rafaqat Awan were killed in firing and hand grenade attack in the Kachehri (local court) located in F-8 area in the federal capital on Monday morning.

    CJP takes suo moto notice of F-8 Kachehri firing | PAKISTAN - geo.tv
     
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  3. Blackwater

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    @ neo

    still u think thinks will improve in 2014-15??
     
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    When I was in school, there were bomb blasts and terrorst attacks in London, Barcelona, Tokyo, Tel Avi, Baghdad, India etc. But it was always a temporary trend as nothing lasts forever.

    If there are people who this that this is the future of Pakistan, they are fools.
    Things will change and terrorists will be defeated one days, the question is not if but when.
     
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    i think ,there is a big difference between 1 or 2 bomb blast and series of continuous bomb blast and firing for 10 yrs:p:p:p
     
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    Yes it started soon after US attacked Afghanistan.
    But the WoT had come to a near end and soon US will Afganistan.
    Terrorist attacks and lawlessnes is all contected and will eventually come to an end.
     
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    Hope our Friend Neo is alive:thumb:
     
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    looks like some has not only judged but also executed ASJ...................
     
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    Hope it does. Did anyone claim responsibility?
     
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    Obviously they will point fingures towards RAW:lol::thumb:
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    The above post really depicts the below :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    no seems like ISI becoz the judge who killed in firing was handling commando mushi case and refused bail to him
     
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    i hope so but nothing improving so far , chances are less in future too
     
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    My reading of the situation is different.

    I can provide links and sources to corroborate the fact that intolerance in society was always a feature of Pakistan. Whether anti-Ahmadi sentiment, anti-Shia sentiment, factionalism between Barelvis and Deobandis, Balochistan insurgency, anti-Mohajir hate, Karachi violence, etc. These fissures and issues in Pakistani society accelerated from 2002-3 onwards. But the foundation of hate was always there.

    Now, the reason for all the problems is not US WoT, as many of you fondly believe. The reason is the extreme religiosity and theocracy that the Pakistani state is built on. Now, society has reached a point of no return. Pakistan as an entity in its current form, just cannot survive peacefully. You have breached all your fences. The issue will go away only when Pakistan ceases to exist in its current form. This may involve splitting and balkanization of Pakistan. Or it may involve a "pure Taliban based Sharia government" coming to power at the center. If Pakistan survives in its current state, it will always be in a state of flux and violence and constant entropy.

    Time will prove me right. You just wait and watch.
     
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    I agree with your assertion. Violence in pakistan existed even before WOT was initiated, pakistanis were slaughtering each other like rabid beasts on a daily basis by quoting 'religion of peace'. This is due to only one fact, which is religiosity and religious teachings which these uber islamic societies follow. How can a 1400 year old religion or way of life can be today's guiding star, still violent failed states like pakistan clings on to such redundant ideologies or ways of live ( mind you these imported jurisprudence / ways-of-life are meant for parched desert people and not people/communities with ample resources), these islamic people never evolve or let alone evolve their religion; nonetheless, they would like to shun whatever modern ideas which are leftovers and replace it with regressive Saudi type Wahabbi Sharia't. Yeah, it's an oxymoron but this will further fuel disintegration of an abominations of a state called pakistan! Which is apparently imperative for world peace.
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    And what happened in 71? :confused: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Well,Having a blast in the court rooms.Usually courts are boring.:rolleyes:
     
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    Ahrar-ul-Hind, a splinter organisation of TTP has claimed the responsibility.

    TTP denies any involvement.
     
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    The formation of Ahrar-ul-Hind may be a ruse by the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan in give it plausible deniability for any attacks its commanders execute during negotiations. Splinter jihadist groups are often formed in Pakistan, only to be reabsorbed after serving their purpose.

    Personally I believe TTP is behind the assault.
     
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    PAF should strike them again.
     
  21. Neo

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    I agree. Not only them but all jihadists who are killing innocent people in the name of God should be killed at first sight.
     
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