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Roshaneh Zafar Apr 13
There are times when I am ashamed to call myself a Pakistani. This is one of those moments. It important to raise a voice to condemn the acts of violence against the Hazara and as citizens to register our protest.
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Asad Gokal 11h
Murderer of thousands of Hazaras, Ramzan Mengal, can be seen chanting hate slogans against Shias and calling them infidels. He claims to have raised the same slogans infront of Pak army too yet he roams freely. Number 1 army??
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sayed qamar jaafri Apr 13
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Ameer Baluch Apr 13
Akhter Baloch was get martyred in yesterday’s bomb blast at with 20 others,he was the one and only who feeds his entire family . stop killing of innocent people under the so called war politics
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Ahmed zubair Apr 13
Why PM is not going to Quetta to show condolences to the victims of suicide attack? The reign of politics should be at the hand of strong women like , who showed the way to other so called leaders.
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Munazza Abbas Apr 13
I'm still waiting for Pakistanis to cry for shia hazara community, the same way they did for the victims of mosque attack in NZ.Where is your humanity now?How many more shias have to die for our govt and agencies to take some action?
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Ali Akarma Apr 13
116th attack on Hazaras, I will spell it out for you ONE HUNDRED & FUKIN SIXTEENTH. We demanded a whole fuking country for being a minority & started killing minorities in that same country.
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Saleem Javed 16h
“Despite permanent FC check posts at all entry points —10 check posts and 19 FC platoons in two settlements, according to the home department — more than 500 Hazaras have been killed and another 627 injured in only five years.”
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Hakeem Baloch Apr 13
Not just raising voice but resistance against this monster (Pakistan) is necessary. The only and best option for the oppressed nation is to resist against the state terrorism.
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Naureen 13h
Replying to @GulBukhari
Truth hurts!
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Iqra Apr 13
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Capital TV Apr 21
PM Imran Khan meets Hazarganji blast victims’ families in Quetta, offers Fatiha. PM listened to the issues of the community and assured that the state would ensure their protection.
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Samie Tariq Apr 13
Dear I am a supporter. Are we doing something on a deeper level to tackle this religious intolerance issue? Shouldnt it begin from early stage education reform? Campaigns on tolerance? I don’t see any. The creative community can help. Reach out.
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Syedih 17h
Replying to @SyedIHusain
If 3 check posts in 3km cannot keep them safe, can escorts, barriers and CCTVs do any better apart from putting those security personnel and gunmen at unnecessary risk?
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Nadia Jamil Apr 13
Terrorist attacks a mosque in New Zealand,the country mourns.Terrorists attack Hazaras in Quetta AGAIN,& many people here neither know nor care. Unless we make terrorism feel like a crises & our leaders mourn like nothing will change in Pakistan 🇵🇰
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ptikavoter Apr 21
Replying to @Dr_FirdousPTI
Too little too late ...
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SChhabria Apr 13
I am still waiting for Pakistanis to cry in the same manner, for Hazara community, as they were for the Mosque attack in New Zealand.
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Saleem Javed 15h
It’s really tragic, and disheartening, that a piece I wrote in 2012 about is still highly relevant. What a miserable state of affairs! Thank you shah ji for reposting it.
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Waseem Abbas Apr 13
Its time Pakistan learns something from NZ, it took them 26 days to ban assault rifles and 0 days to show solidarity with muslims, Pak gov should put a blanket ban on all sectarian outfits and undertake a ruthless crackdown against them and their sympathizers
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Arif Hussain Nasry Apr 13
Very emotional. This made me cry so hard. May God bless all of us 😭
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