Tuesday, September 13, 2011

12 ஷியா பிரிவினர் சுட்டுக்கொலை, சுன்னி பிரிவினருக்கு எச்சரிக்கை

இஸ்லாம் அமைதிமார்க்கம் என்று ஏமாற்றுபவர்களுக்கு இந்த செய்திகள் எச்சரிக்கை.
ஷியா பிரிவினரும் அமைதி மார்க்கத்தினர்தான்.
அவர்கள் உங்களுக்கு அதே அமைதிமார்க்கத்தின் வழியைத்தான் காட்டுவார்கள்.
தெரிந்தோ தெரியாமலோ, பிறப்பினாலோ இஸ்லாமில் இருப்பவர்களுக்கு எச்சரிக்கை.
உடனே இந்துமதத்துக்கு மாறுங்கள்.
இதுவே உங்கள் பிள்ளைகள் பேரப்பிள்ளைகள் உருப்படியாக வாழ வழி

முருகனை நம்புங்கள்.

அவனை நம்பினார் கெடுவதில்லை.

pilgrims gunned down in Iraq
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Karbala - Gunmen killed 22 Shi'ite Muslim pilgrims on their way to Syria as they were passing through a predominantly Sunni Iraqi province from the shrine city of Karbala, officials said on Tuesday.

The group had all been passengers on a bus passing through Anbar province, long a stronghold of Sunni insurgents and al-Qaeda's front group in Iraq, when their vehicle was stopped by gunmen on Monday.

"Gunmen dressed in military and police uniforms set up a fake checkpoint, made the passengers get off the bus, separated the men from the women and children before killing the men and fleeing," a Karbala official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

"All of the bodies are now in the Karbala mortuary," he added.

A mortuary official, who also declined to be named, confirmed the account.

The bus was one of the daily services departing from Karbala carrying Shiite pilgrims bound for Syria. On its way to Iraq's western neighbour, it must pass through the desert region of Anbar.

Al-Qaeda stronghold

Earlier, police General Haider Rzayj said the gunmen had stopped the bus, which he said was coming from Syria, and killed the men before laying their bodies on the ground.

The attack took place about 300km west of Baghdad, in a sector under the control of the Iraqi army.

Since the US-led invasion of 2003, the mainly Sunni province of Anbar has been a stronghold of al-Qaeda, whose members have killed numerous Iraqis and foreigners travelling the roads to Jordan and Syria.

While tribal militias have cracked down on the insurgents since 2007, they have not completely eliminated them.

Violence is down across Iraq from its peak in 2006 and 2007, but attacks remain common. A total of 239 people were killed in violence in the country in August, according to official figures.

A total of 1 860 Iraqis have been killed since the beginning of the year, according to an AFP tally based on government figures.


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