False case registered against innocent Shia Muslims at ASWJ’s behest

A seminary under the influence of banned terrorist outfit ASWJ has lodged a false case against 20 Shia pilgrims in Sind, Pakistan, who were raising religious slogans Narah-e-Haidery in praise of Imam Ali al-Sajjad, peace be upon him, the third infallible Imam of Shia Islam. Abdullah Sindhi of the banned terrorist outfit ASWJ has close ties with the JUI seminary and its leaders including Essa Samoon. They cooked up a case to defame Shia Muslims by implicating them in false charge of blasphemy. The 20 Shia Muslims were part of Shia caravan of pilgrims and as per tradition were raising slogans praising Imam Ali al-Sajjad, peace be upon him, who is a non-controversial sacred figure of Islam. The takfiris defend the Umayyad dynastic despotic and tyrant ruler Yazid and his family while Sunni and Shia Muslims defend Ahlulbait, peace be upon them.

Two civilians martyred, three injured in terrorist attacks in Damascus

A woman and her daughter were martyred and three other civilians were injured due to terrorist attacks with shells on the residential neighborhood of Damascus. A source at Damascus Police Command said that a rocket shell fired by terrorist organizations positioned in Eastern Ghouta landed on civilians’ houses in al-Hajibia area in al-Shaghour neighborhood, claiming the lives of a woman and her daughter. Two other civilians were injured and material damage was caused to properties as a result of a terrorist attack with a rocket shell on al-Dwilia neighborhood. Another shell landed on St. Josef Church in the same neighborhood, causing the injury of a civilian and material damage to the Church. Meanwhile in Jaramana, a source at Damascus Countryside Police Command said that a shell fall in al-Homsi neighborhood in the city, which caused only material damage.

Egypt military says 36 Daesh terrorists killed in Sinai clashes

The Egyptian military says three dozen members of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group have been killed in the country’s restive Sinai Peninsula over the past five days. The military made the announcement in a statement on Monday, saying Egyptian soldiers and police had killed 36 Daesh terrorists as part of a months-long sweeping operation against the Takfiri outfit in the troubled region. Security forces "eliminated 30 armed Takfiri elements during a shootout with raiding forces" in the northern and central Sinai Peninsula, the statement said. A police shootout also left six "Takfiri elements" dead and destroyed "an extremely dangerous terrorist cell,” it added. The Egyptian military also announced that security forces had arrested 345 people, "including a number of extremely dangerous Takfiri elements and fugitives," in Sinai over the past five days.

Car bomb kills 3 in Afghan capital

At least three civilians have been killed in an attack during which an assailant blew up a bomb-laden vehicle in the Afghan capital, Kabul.

Bomb attack kills 9 near Pakistan's Lahore

 At least nine people have been killed and over 20 others injured in a bomb blast that ripped through a police checkpoint on the outskirts of the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore.

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