Sunday, August 19, 2012

4 Sunnis in Pakistan died for Shia

"They ordered the passengers to step down and started enquiring about their sect.

Those who belonged to Shia sect were taken aside and later shot dead in cold blood.

The total killed were 22, including four Sunni Muslims, who protested and pressed the terrorists not to kill innocent Shia Muslims.

One Sajjad who luckily saved his life said that fellow Sunni passengers did a good job by saving many lives otherwise all Shias would have been brutally murdered.

The terrorists even beat Sunni passengers and forced them to help in identifying Shias so that they could kill them.

In spite of that, the Sunnis did not cooperate with them, he added."

Thanks Hayder for sharing.


Anonymous said...

NYT: "An influential Sunni cleric was critically wounded and four of his bodyguards were killed when a bomb struck his convoy in western Baghdad on Sunday morning during one of the country’s most important holy days, according to Iraqi security officials."

Lynnette In Minnesota said...

Nice to see you, Mojo.

Sad to see Pakistan going the way of Iraq, though.

Dolly said...

Mojo I saw you on Facebook, you are a good looking guy. You had fooled everyone by using a retarded looking picture on your blog for all these years.

I was also glad to see Hayder al Khoei on your Friends list, because now I can stalk him and give him a hard time on a variety of websites.

Anonymous said...


There is no such thing as Sunnis and Shias.
There are Iraqi patriots and Iraqi collaborators/rapists/torturers/terrorists.
Sect is irrelevant, religion is irrelevant, what distinguish a good Iraqi citizen from a bad one is belief in unity, freedom and social equality.

Or you can choose to leave Iraq and the Arab world alone, cut your blogging crap and get a fucking real life.

C.H. said...


Why did the Shia in Pakistan have to die? They had nothing to do with ANY of that.

Anonymous said...

Iraq or Pakistan...same shit different asses.
Mojo supports the colonialistic divide et impera strategy to keep nations weak and dependent.
Terrorists killing people because they are Shia and terrorists killing people because they are Sunnis are two sides of the same coin and their destructive infighting serves the interests of the US and/or Iran in turn.
Mojo is not interested in helping the reader understand the truth and insists in endorsing this fabricated dualistic vision.
Again, there is no such thing as a Sunni-Shia conflict either in Iraq or in Pakistan, there are only brainwashed thugs from both sides who are being used by global and regional powers to keep geostrategically interesting areas under their jackboot.
As an Iraqi blogger, Mojo is expected to stand for nationalism against all forms of religious or ethnic divisions.
His use of Western Propaganda terminology Sunni and Shia is shameful and indicative of the psychological and cultural damage which the Empire has caused to the present generation of Arabs.

Yalla said...

Hi Lynette, Pakistan has been going downhill for a LONG time even beyond the mid 1990's. To keep this short, the side effects of a divided & corrupt government weren't 'globally' visible until Bush Jr. took office while parading around two wars. The only different between Iraq and Pakistan is that I perceive Iraq's demise to be a 'speedy death', perhaps a blessing in disguise, versus Pakistanis' enduring literally a slow death. I often get live reports of daily activities in Karachi and its outskirts which lead me to say hearing about rape, killings and kidnappings has become second nature. So yes, Pakistan is the second Iraq though there are other countries that are following Pakistan's footsteps. It's not a matter of if they will cease to exist; it's a matter of when.

Dolly, you had me LOL at your comment. If it weren't for the retarding blurred up looking picture, I wouldn't have reached out to verify who the blogger was when in fact I thought it was someone I already had known. I guess not. Then again acknowledging some of the stuff that has come out of Mojo's mouth, it's best to remain 'blurred' than have people coming after you.

Mojo, you try to play fair yet you still come off a sectarian at times --although there is no such thing as Sunni or Shia, in an ideal world, it is what it is. You offered to reconsider your views only under circumstances where there is possible "reconciliations in ....". If that reconciliation method was viable, you’d be a Sunni by now! Keep trying~

Lynnette In Minnesota said...


So yes, Pakistan is the second Iraq though there are other countries that are following Pakistan's footsteps. It's not a matter of if they will cease to exist; it's a matter of when.

That is a seriously scary thought.

Donald Duck said...

There is no such thing as Sunnis and Shias.

Haha, yes the American imperialists invented Sunnis and Shias! Ali and his followers in the 7th century must be a fiction created by Walt Disney along with Goofy and Mickey Mouse!

Why are Arabs always in such fucking denial about facts they don't like, even when those facts are as plain as their ugly noses?