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    Breaking: Bahraini’s religious scholar sympathizes with Pakistan’s Hazara Muslims after Daesh bloodshed
    NBS | Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 | Published: 6:49 pm

    Breaking: Bahraini’s religious scholar sympathizes with Pakistan’s Hazara Muslims after Daesh bloodshed

    Bahrain’s most prominent religious scholar Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim has expressed sympathy with members of the ethnic Pakistani Hazara community, after the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group martyred nearly a dozen coal miners from the Shia Muslims in a terrorist attack in southwest Pakistan earlier this month.

    According to Press TV, Ayatollah Sheikh Qassim, in a statement released on Monday, strongly condemned the massacre, stating that the victims were neither harboring any grudge against anyone, nor involved in ideological and sectarian conflicts.

    “It is practically obligatory for all sects of the Muslim world to stand up against the devastating menace of Daesh. Daesh has remained and will remain a falsified and distorted representation of Islam. It will ruin the image of Islam in the eyes of all those who believe in the truth and purity of the religion, its denunciation of savagery, its respect for humanity, as well as its sanctity of blood and human life,” he said.

    Ayatollah Sheikh Qassim added, “Daesh continues to shed the blood of innocents, brutally kills people, promotes ignorance about Islam, alienates from the ethics of the Muslim world, violates many principles of Islam, exercises heresy and murders Muslims who have uttered the Shahada, pray, fast and perform Hajj, and believe in the oneness of God.”

    “Daesh still loves bloodshed and destruction within the ranks of the Muslim world, and its desire is to spread division and discord among Muslims,” the senior Shia cleric said. “All Muslim nations, whether Sunni, Shia or else, are required to stand up against this destructive plague and to educate future generations against the guile, savagery and ignorance of Daesh, and the enormous danger it has posed [to the world].”

    Daesh terrorists captured and shot 11 coal miners from the Pakistani Shia Muslim Hazara community on January 3 in Machh, an area located east of Quetta, capital of Pakistan’s troubled Balochistan Province.

    Shia Muslims across the country later joined in the demonstrations against the massacre, demanding that Prime Minister Imran Khan visit the grieving community in Quetta and assure their protection.

    Authorities on Friday promised the arrest of the attackers, payment of compensation to the bereaved families and better security for the Hazara.



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