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Rallies across Sindh held to pay homage to Qassem Soleimani

Rallies across Sindh held to pay homage to Qassem Soleimani, the Iranian Lieutenant General whom US assassinated in illegal airstrikes in Baghdad.

Rallies across Sindh

The supporters of Shia Ulema Council (SUC) took out rallies on their day of protest against US illegal attacks in violation of Iraq sovereignty.

The illegal airstrikes also assassinated Iraqi Hashd al Shaabi (PMU’s) deputy head Abu Mahdi Mohandas.

While addressing the main rally in Karachi, SUC Sindh chapter president Allama Nazir Taqvi condemned US forces and administration.

Furthermore, Allama Shabbir Maisami, Allama Jafar Subhani, Allama Kararvi, Allama Abid Irfani, Allama Kamran Abidi and other officials also spoke.
They said that President Trump led US administration has acted like terrorist.

Moreover, they warned the world if they don’t react fairly, they would come next in line of victims like Iran and Iraq.

They said that US military adventurism in Middle East and Persian Gulf pose serious threat to world peace, let alone regional peace.

Haj Qassem and Mohandis Abu Mahdi

Iraq Government had officially requested Iranian military help to counter terrorism. IRGC Quds Force commander Haj Qassem Soleimani was helping Iraq government becaause of the request.

Abu Mahdi Mohandis was leading Hashd al Shaabi or Popular Mobilisation Force that too was helping Iraq government against Daesh terrorists.

Both of them enjoyed legitimacy and played legitimate role. Hence, US Baghdad airstrikes amounted to an attack on Iraq sovereignty in violation of international law.

Pakistani nation is expressing solidarity with Iran. Prominent politicians and former diplomats of Pakistan also offer condolences by visiting Iran diplomatic missions.

Rallies across Pakistan paid homage to Soleimani and Mohandis Abu Mahdi.

Minister asks media to call IRGC General Qassem Soleimani as martyr

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