பாகிஸ்தானே தடை செய்த இஸ்லாமிய தீவிரவாத இயக்கங்கள்!

பாகிஸ்தானே தடை செய்த இஸ்லாமிய தீவிரவாத இயக்கங்கள்!

The 17 outfits, which were banned by the Home Department, Punjab, include:

  1. Lashkar-e-Jhangvi,
  2. Sipah Sahaba Pakistan,
  3. Sipah-e-Muhammad Pakistan,
  4. Lashkar-e-Taiba,
  5. Jaish-e-Muhammad,
  6. Tehrik-e-Jafriya Pakistan,
  7. Tehrik Nifaz Shariat-e-Muhammadi,
  8. Millat-e-Islamiya Pakistan,
  9. Khudamul Islam,

10.  Islami Tehrik Pakistan,

11.  Hizb-ut-Tehrir, J

12.  amiat-ul-Ansar,

13.  Jamiat-ul-Furqan,

14.  Khair-un-Naas International Trust,

15.  Islamic Students Movement (ISM),

16.  Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) and

17.  Jamaat-ud-Daawa.

1. லஸ்கர்-எ-ஜாங்வி

2. சிபா சஹபா பாகிஸ்தான்

3. சிபா – இ -மொஹம்மது பாகிஸ்தான்

4. லஸ்கர்-இ-தொய்பா

5. ஜெய்ஸ்-இ-முஹம்மது

6. தெரிக்-இ-ஜஃப்ரியா பாகிஸ்தான்

7. தெரிக் நிபாஃப் சரியத்-இ-முஹம்மதி

8. மில்லத்-இ-இஸ்லாமியா பாகிஸ்தான்

9. குதாமுல் இஸ்லாம்

10. இஸ்லாமி தெரிக் பாகிஸ்தானி

11. ஹிஜ்ப்-உத்-தெர்ஹிர், ஜே

12. அமைத்-உல்-அன்ஸார்

13.ஜமைத்-உக்-ஃபர்கன்

14. கை-உன்–நாஸ் இன்டர்நேஷனல் டிரஸ்ட்

15. இஸ்லாமிக் ஸ்டூடன்ஸ் மூவ்மென்ட்

16. பலூச்சிஸ்தான் லிபரேஷன் ஆர்மி

17. ஜமாத்-உத்-தாவா

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4 பின்னூட்டங்கள் மேல் “பாகிஸ்தானே தடை செய்த இஸ்லாமிய தீவிரவாத இயக்கங்கள்!”

  1. நெட்டிமையார் Says:

    உண்மைதான் பாகிஸ்தானே இந்த முஸ்லீம் அமைப்புகளை தடை செய்கிறது எனும்பொது, தவறு எங்கிருக்கிறது என்பதனை அறிந்து சீர்செய்ய வேண்டிய நேரம் முஸ்கீம்களுக்கு வந்து விட்டது எனலாம்.

  2. vedaprakash Says:

    Pakistan bans 23 militant outfits
    Omer Farooq Khan, TNN, Jul 6, 2010, 06.09pm IST
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/pakistan/Pakistan-bans-23-militant-outfits/articleshow/6135476.cms

    ISLAMABAD: In the wake of twin-suicide blasts on the shrine of Data Ganj Baksh in Lahore, Pakistan has banned 23 militant organizations, except Jammat ud Dawa (JuD), which were operating under new names after having been outlawed by the previous military regime and put the name of JuD chief Hafiz Saeed on the Exit Control List (ECL).

    The Punjab government has directed police to keep a strict vigil on 1,690 office-bearers and workers of the banned outfits. Sipah-i-Sahaba, Jaish-i-Muhammad, Laskar-e-Taiba, Tehrik-i-Jafria, Harkatul Jihad Islami, Harkatul Mujahideen, Hizbul Tahrir, Lashkar-i-Jhangvi and Sipah-i-Muhammad had been banned by the Musharraf government in 2002, but most of them started their activities with new names.

    Sipah-i-Sahaba was renamed as Millat-i-Islamia Pakistan, Jaish-i-Muhammad as Alfurqan and Khuddamul Islam and Tehrik-i-Jafria as Islami Tehrik Pakistan and Lashkar-e-Taiba as Jamaatud Dawa. However, Hizbul Tehrir did not change its name. According to the Punjab’s home department, Jamaat ud Dawa of Hafiz Saeed has not been restricted like others, but Mr Saeed and his two associates have been barred from travelling abroad. Their accounts have been frozen and they will not be able to get arms licenses.

    Punjab’s home department said that action will be taken against Jamatud Dawa, Al-Rasheed Trust and Al-Akhtar Trust in the light of UN resolutions. In June it emerged that the Punjab government gave about $1million last year to institutions linked to the Jamaat-ud Dawa charity, which is on a UN terror blacklist.

    However, crackdowns and arrests against suspected militants continue in Lahore. Lahore’s police chief Aslam Tareen said to have taken into custody a group of militants in connection with all major attacks in Lahore and other parts of the country. He said the arrested militants were involved in recruiting terrorists, planning, gathering information and storing explosives and sophisticated weapons at different places in the city and its outskirts and providing logistic support to other groups. “All of them belong to Lahore,” Tareen said. The terror suspects were identified as Rizwan, Abbas, Haroon Saeed, Umair, Umer and Haji Javed Alam were detained from different localities of the city by teams of Crimes Investigation Agency (CIA).

    He said all of them got training in Afghanistan and a majority of them acted as facilitators. The suspects informed the investigators that five to six separate militant groups were carrying out terror attacks in Pakistan.

    According to Lahore’s police chief, the suspects disclosed that they were involved in terror attacks on Rawalpindi’s Parade Lane Mosque, Karachi’s Ashura procession, worship places of Ahmadis in Lahore’s Garhi Shahu and Model Town and Lahore’s Moon Market, Jinnah Hospital, Gulshan-i-Iqbal and Samanabad.

  3. vignaani Says:

    Lashkar-e-Taiba, .Jaish-e-Muhammad, Jamaat-ud-Daaw, etc are engaged in JIHAD.
    There is no case for Jihad in a near-hundred-percent Muslim country like Pakistan. So they can be banned to operate in Pak but can be encouraged in India!

    • vedaprakash Says:

      Exactly, Hafeez Mohammad Sayeed, the gang leader of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JUD), the political wing of the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LET) has said that “human bombs” fidayeen in Pakistan is illegal, that means, it is leagal in India!

      Similarly, Israt was killed in an encounter in Gujarat, but martyred according to them.

      The idot kafir Indians do not understand such language.


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