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Enforced disappearance of Shia youth Nasir Hussain Shah enters 11th year

Enforced disappearance of Shia youth Nasir Hussain Shah enters 11th year since October 1, 2010.

Originally, Nasir Hussain Shah belongs to Dera Ismail Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa). But, the 20-year-old Nasir was picked up from Pir Wadhai Bus Station in Rawalpindi (Punjab).

Enforced disappearance of Shia youth Nasir Hussain Shah

Nasir’s is the worst example of the worst sort of anti-Shia pogrom and discrimination in Pakistan.

On the one hand, outlawed Sipah Sahaba ASWJ Lashkar Jhangvi terrorists murdered Nasir’s father, two, brothers, an uncle and five cousins.

Takfiri nasbi Deobandi terrorists kidnapped one of his cousins and shot him dead.

And on the other hand, people close to the family said that fifth column within security agencies picked up another cousin of Nasir from his house and later threw his body in the river.

Between the period of his enforced disappearance, his mother left this temporal world for eternity. Moreover, Nasir Hussain Shah’s two maternal uncles, maternal and paternal aunties and a niece have also died, so far.

The most tragic point has it that none of the world human rights organisations had every raised the issue of Shia victims of enforced disappearance and genocide.

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Shia Muslims across Pakistan have complained violation of Constitutionally-guaranteed right of Shia Muslims.

Even like-minded Sunnis who also adore Ahle Bayt of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) suffered from similar maltreatment and harassmen.

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