For the first time in history, Shia Muslims across the world came out on streets and lodged their protest against the Shia genocide in Pakistan.
Defying intense cold days and nights, London-based Shiites staged an unprecedented sit-in outside High Commission of Pakistan. The high commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hassan held talks with the protestors but they refused to call off the sit-in till the demands of Quettaâ€™s sitters-in were accepted.
Women and minor children too joined the sit-in. They condemned the massacre of 87 Shiites in Quetta Alamdar Road Tragedy.
The protest demonstrations were also held in Manchester and Bradford. The Shia protestors gathered outside Pakistani consulates there and lodged their protest against the governmentâ€™s inaction.
In United States, main protest rallies were staged in Washington and New York. The protestors demanded army operation against the takfiri nasbi terrorists of Sipah-e-Sahaba that has been renamed as Ahl-e-Sunnat wal Jamaat. Lashkar-e-Jhangvi has claimed responsibility for the Shia genocide including Alamdar Road Tragedy.
Protest rallies and demonstrations were staged in France, Germany, Australia, Canada and in Latin America.