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Saturday, November 3, 2018

Pakistan: Maulana Sami ul-Haq known as 'Taliban's dad' murdered

Neighborhood media cited his relatives as saying that he was wounded to death. In any case, different reports say he was shot dead. 


The thought process in the assault is hazy. Haq was the leader of the Haqqania madrassa in the north of Pakistan, where numerous Taliban individuals - including the gathering's author, Mullah Omar - had examined. 

What is thought about Friday's assault? 

There are as yet clashing reports of precisely how Haq was murdered. The priest's child said his dad was cut "on various occasions" in the house he claimed in Rawalpindi. "He was resting in his room amid Asr time when his driver-cum-protect went out for 15 minutes," Maulana Hamid ul-Haq was cited as saying by Pakistan's Geo TV. 
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"When he returned, he discovered Maulana Sami ul-Haq dead in his overnight boardinghouse body canvassed in blood." In the mean time, Haq's nephew Mohammad Bilal revealed to Reuters his uncle was found with cutting and shot injuries in his home on Islamabad's edges. No gathering has so far guaranteed duty regarding Friday's assault. 

Viciousness fears 

Afghan authorities had as of late asked the pastor, accepted to have been in his 80s, to help persuade the Taliban to start peace transactions. 

He was a previous congressperson who ran a group of the religious Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam party - and was near Prime Minister Imran Khan's PTI party. Mr Khan is right now on an official visit to Beijing, yet his office said in an explanation that he denounced the murdering and had requested an examination. 

The priest's demise comes during a period of unrest in Pakistan, where dissents have broken out in various urban communities after the vindication of a Christian lady condemned to death on impiety charges. Asia Bibi: Pakistan absolves Christian lady waiting for capital punishment Why Pakistan's Christians are focused on 

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