Saudi proxies fight each other in Pakistan over share in booty

Wahhabis-allied Deobandi clerics of Pakistan Ulema Council, who work as Saudi proxies in Pakistan, are divided into two groups to in what appeared to get lion’s share for them in the booty, gained by foreign funders.

Tahir Ashrafi claimed he still enjoyed support from majority of his party’s members but Zahid Mehmood Qasmi group announced they have sacked Ashraf as their party chief.
Ashrafi was accused of taking funds from US, Britain and Germany by his rival group who avoided laying the correct blame that he was a puppet of Saudi kingdom in Pakistan and regularly visited the Wahhabi kingdom and met royals. Recently, he had met Saudi deputy crown prince and defence minister Prince Mohamed Bin Salman.


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