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Posters slamming ‘Talibanisation’ appear in Karachi areas
Sunday, August 03, 2008
Daily Times Monitor
LAHORE: Hundreds of posters condemning the Talibanisation in Karachi were seen on walls across the provincial capital on Saturday, a satellite channel reported.
The posters contained gruesome images of severed heads and mutilated limbs, Dawn News reported, adding that most of the posters were found in North Karachi, New Karachi, North Nazimabad and Gul Baharabad areas of country’s financial hub. The posters put on walls by ‘citizens of Karachi’ did not contain the name of any organisation or group, the channel added, saying that the posters had sparked a debate about the threat of Talibanisation in Karachi.
MQM, ANP: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Raza Haroon said Karachi was facing the threat of Talibanisation. He added that various reports of threats to truck drivers supplying oil to NATO forces in Afghanistan had been received. The Awami National Party (ANP) however denied that there existed any tangible threat to the city. ANP leader Amin Khattak said the Taliban would be exposed if they were present in the city.
Anyone with has any information about the Taliban should contact the government, he said. According to Geo News, the Investigation committee from the MQM believed an increase in Talibanisation had occurred in Karachi. Influential elements from the establishment were involved in conspiracies against the city, the committee said.A statement issued by the MQM Co-ordination Committee said MQM chief Altaf Hussain had warned the administration about the growing threat of extremism in the city. The committee claimed that wife of former Lal Masjid cleric Abdul Aziz, Umme Hassan, visited Karachi on July31 and distributed certificates among students of jihadi seminaries urging them to participate in jihad.
Go Pakis: Hoo RA, Pakis with BALLS.
UPDATE: Thru comments we got one of the posters? Why In ENGLISH??
Wouldn't they be more effective in Urdu and Pashtoon? Or even Arabic?
Some one send me more posters: PLEASE
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