Friday, March 9, 2012

Pakistan bans Ahle Sunnah Wal-Jamaat

Pakistan bans Ahle Sunnah Wal-Jamaat
Pakistan government issued a ban for activism against one of the largest militant Islamic organization in the country, the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamaat.This organization had previously been banned from doing activities in 2002 when Pakistan was led by General PervezPreviously the organization al-Qaeda sympathizer was once known as the Sipah-e-Sahaba (SSP) or Army of the Companions of the Prophets.
A number of activists of this group of security officers arrested for alleged involvement in the killing of hundreds of Shiite Muslims. They are also accused of engaging in acts of violence against minority groups, security officers and a number of embassies of foreign countries.The group then later changed its name and carry out the action like most other political organizations.
Prohibition againstMembers of the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamaat organization is a group that voiced the loudest opposition to the Pakistan military ties with the United States through a number of rallies in major cities.The ban on these organizations actually been issued by the government of Pakistan since two weeks ago but no notice to the public openly about the restrictions.
"It would be very difficult to control the emotions of our members if the restrictions remain in place"
Maulana Mohammad Ahmed LudhianviA copy of the Home Ministry about the reasons for the prohibition of the organization that obtained by the BBC says the ban is done because the problems they refer to as' concern about terrorism cases. "

But for whatever reason about the prohibition of activities of this organization can not seem to be accepted by the pegiatnya.Chairman of the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamaat, Maulana Mohammad Ahmed Ludhianvi said they would take the fight in court to oppose the ban.
"It would be very difficult to control the emotions of our members if the restrictions remain in place," said Ludhianvi."Americans and pro-American group is very concerned with our actions, and they set the restrictions."

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