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    Posted October 11, 2013 by
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    The Iranian Courtship with America and it effects on Shias in Pakistan.

     
    The Iranian Courtship with America and it effects on Shias in Pakistan. Taliban unleashed their barbarian activity with the blessings of America when they were projected as Mujahidin and Jamat-e-Islami was the sole agent of America to execute the Job. Their main target in Pakistan were Shias whom for the sake of America they made their game. The cause Shia being victims were that America apprehended rightly or presumptively that Shias in Pakistan toe American line in world Politics. There were also no denial or contradiction by Shias to such allegations through out. This silence on part of Shias made them lame Ducks to Taliban shot. Their sacrifices in life and material have gone waste when Iran revived its friendship with America and left Shias in Pakistan a target forever to the atrocities of pro American terrorist. Abidi Sb you are rightly brave enough to speak the truth without a caring whom does it exposed. the Shuhada in Pakistan in great numbers are those who loss their lives for their aforesaid sentiments for Iran and it has left them in lurch vulnerable to Taliban and pro taliban forces in Pakistan which include important persons both in Federal and provincial Govt. Please comment on effects of Iran courtship with America and its harmfully facts on Shias in Pakistan. Your comments are expected at your earlier convenience.

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