Professor gunned down in Karachi

Published: March 18, 2013

Poet and former principal of Liaquatabad College Professor Sibte Jafar. PHOTO: ALQAIM.TV

KARACHI: Poet and former principal of Liaquatabad College Professor Sibte Jafar was shot dead in Karachi on Monday, Express News reported.

According to initial details, unidentified armed men opened fire at Jafar while he was commuting through the Liaquatabad area on his motorbike.

Jafar’s body was shifted to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.

Police have started its investigation and more security personnel were summoned to keep the security situation in the area under control.

Evidence collected from the crime scene suggested that a 9mm pistol was used in the crime.

In the immediate aftermath of Professor Jafar’s murder, professors and lecturers in the province have announced a boycott of educational activities on Tuesday.

Apart from his educational duties, Professor Jafar was well known for his sozkhwani and marsia recitals. He was also known for his poetry.

It has not been confirmed as yet if this was a sectarian attack.

The Shia Ulema council has announced three days of mourning and demanded that the killers be arrested immediately.

Shia community members have been targeted in the city by extremists. Recently, at least 50 people were killed in a terrorist attack in a Shia-neighbourhood of Abbas Town.

Reader Comments (79)

  • Asad
    Mar 18, 2013 - 2:56PM

    Another shia gunned down! Pakistan is becoming a graveyard for shiaas n other non-muslims and wrong-muslims. No light at the end of the tunnel. Huh!

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  • Younus Ali
    Mar 18, 2013 - 2:56PM

    This madness of killing has to stop

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  • Reality
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:01PM

    he was a great gentleman

    Haal-e-Gham Sunayenge Jab …
    Zakhm-e-Dil Dikhayenge Jab ….

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  • syed
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:06PM

    Another massive loss

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  • Hina Jafri
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:08PM

    He was a poet, a writer, a speaker, a teacher. His same verse in one of his writing says:

    “Mein chala hoon Ali (a.s) se mulakaqat ko,
    jis ki thi arzoo wo ghari agai”

    Indeed.

    The vacuum his absence will create is huge for us. He will be missed in every gathering, around the world. Nonetheless, he, definitely, is at a better place now.
    May Allah forgive him. Ameen

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  • FP
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:10PM

    On every killing of Shia community why we suspect that its a sectarian attack. Almost 9 out of 10 people killed in Karachi are sunnis.

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  • Zeenia
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:11PM

    RIP. He was the soz khwaan for all our family events. So saddened.

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  • heartbroken
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:12PM

    What a loss to the community.. We are now deprived of a man who revitalized and reshaped the art of marsia khwani.. One must wonder when would this genocide end? When would people rise up a and not find reasons/justification to not call spade a spade!

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  • Owais
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:12PM

    Inna-lillah-e-wa-inna-illaehe-rijiyoun..
    Alas we have lost another gem of person in this time of violance..
    May his soul rest in peace..Ameen

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  • Deeply shocked.
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:16PM

    Such a big LOSS.

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  • N5
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:17PM

    Why did you say “Professor gunned down”? why didnt you say “Shia professor gunned down” or “A reknowned Soz khwan gunned down”? He wasnt killed because he was a professor. He was killed because he was a Shia. Why does ET trying to hide the fact that there is a Shia Genocide going on in this country? This is higly irresponsible and unethical of ET.

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  • Kilobyte
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:20PM

    “unidentified armed men” they will always remain the same our police is there to eat rishwat

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  • Ali
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:22PM

    That’s really sad. But the amount of random people dying in Karachi, we should not jump to the conclusion that it was sectarian attack just because he is a known personality.

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  • Mj
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:26PM

    Our thirst for blood knows no end. After killing or driving away christians, hindus, ahmedis, and parsis, the monsters among us have turned their sights towards the shia.

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  • Are you serious
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:26PM

    @FP:

    can you please check your stats?

    in last 15 months over 500 shias have been targeted just because they are shias.

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  • Tabish Bilgrami
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:34PM

    And the shia genocide continues! This place seems to be a heaven for all extremist and talibans….. I don’t know when the army will intervene. Its better is all shias file an application in UN for protection under genocide.. There are provisions in UN charter for it….

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  • Tabish Bilgrami
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:38PM

    @FP! Its other way around brother!!

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  • another ordinary citizen
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:40PM

    inna lilahi wainna ilahi rajeoon
    another muslim killed here.
    N5 and all others who are saying he died coz he was SHIA please have some mercy and respect. if 1-2/10 people dying are shia then its NOT shia genocide. Perveen Rehman died couple of days ago and she wasnt declared as a SUNNI worker died. In karachi 8-9 sunni people die every day and yet we dont differentiate shia/shunni .
    accept the fact that MUSLIMS are dying peshawar blasts, karachi blasts and all target killings are directed against muslims and not just shia.

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  • Nadir
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:41PM

    The intellectual elite of the country is being taken out one by one. All that will be left is ignorance.Recommend

  • an
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:52PM

    @N5:
    First of all its a big loss for Pakistan and each and every community. Secondly, hundreds of target killings every week in Karachi, have you ever noticed that ET say that ‘sunni professor gunned down’ or ‘sunni lawyer gunned down’. You never complain before but now since shia is killed you start complaing. Please be a human and muslim first before being sunni or shia.

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  • another ordinary citizen
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:53PM

    inna lilahi wainna ilahi rajeoon
    another muslim killed here.
    @N5 and all others who are saying he died coz he was SHIA please have some mercy and respect. if 1-2/10 people dying are shia then its NOT shia genocide. Perveen Rehman died couple of days ago and she wasnt declared as a SUNNI worker died. In karachi 8-9 sunni people die every day and yet we dont differentiate shia/shunni .
    accept the fact that MUSLIMS are dying peshawar blasts, karachi blasts and all target killings are directed against muslims and not just shia.

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  • Enough...!
    Mar 18, 2013 - 3:54PM

    killing a professor
    really what would anyone gain out of this ?

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  • mustafa
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:02PM

    Inna-lilahe wa inna ilahe rajeun.
    Huge loss to the community.
    V ol miss his marsiya’s n salam’s.Recommend

  • Amer
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:02PM

    @N5:
    What proof do you have that he was killed based on his religious affiliations? Was Parveen Rehman killed because of her religious affiliation too?
    When will you stop being so narrow minded and wake up to the reality that many educated people who are working hard for Pakistan are being killed daily?

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  • Lord
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:08PM

    @FP:
    Because shias who are killed in these sort attacks are common people like professors doctors bankers etc. Many of the killers when caught have accepted these killings and they accept they kill because victims are shias. You will never see a revenge killings targeting innocent sunnis and thats a fact. Face the reality as it is .

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  • JB-Haider
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:09PM

    For people confused in Sectarianism,
    Sectarianism means, Killed ‘because’ of faith.

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  • Ayesha
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:12PM

    “strategic assets” destroyed a cultural assets. shame on army

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  • UMSyed
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:14PM

    Recently, at least 50 people were killed in a terrorist attack in a Shia-neighbourhood of Abbas Town.
    And more then half of those killed were Sunnis. The responsibility of the attack was not taken by LeJ or TTP as is the usual case. The attack was not carried out in/on Abbas Town, rather it was near Abbas Town.
    Media should not report the incorrectly.

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  • Azadar
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:15PM

    @ Ali
    Please don’t obfuscate issues!

    This linear relationship has a historically demonstrated perspective of over 1400 years, the more you are active in reviving the tragedy of Karbala, the more likely you are going to be persecuted for it. Even the Emperor Akbar’s Chief Justice met the deathly fate for this same crime if you want to study history.

    Prof Sibte Jafar was a master of verse, rhyme and above all imagination. He would be invited all over the world yet his motorbike testifies to his simplicity of character. More worldly mortals could have made a fortune with his melodious voice put to other uses. But he made the wiser choice and dedicated his talents and efforts for Azadari – he will be rewarded far beyond his remotest expectations. Death is but a welcome release from this cruel world for souls such as his.

    He will, however, have his part of justice per his own words……..Jab Imam aingay

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  • SM
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:16PM

    @FP:
    Where are you getting your statistics? Are you blind to the news, to your surroundings? What’s wrong with you, really?

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  • Sabah
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:20PM

    Terrible! Such a great loss, not only to the Shia community but to the whole of Pakistan. Our country is crumbling and we are just watching. They’re out to get us too!

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  • Shahryar
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:21PM

    @ N5

    “Recently, at least 50 people were killed in a terrorist attack in a Shia-neighbourhood of Abbas Town.”

    Please read this….. ET is not trying to hide the fact that there is a Shia Genocide going on in this country. You should know that out of the 50 people killed less then half were shia’s. People think this was an attack on shia community because sunni’s dont block read and destroy public property during and after funeral prayers.

    No doubt this is a great loss of an Educationalist and killing in karachi has to stop.

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  • expki
    Mar 18, 2013 - 4:49PM

    @Hina Jafri: Hina, to me his better place was at his home with his wife and family, his students.

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  • Syed
    Mar 18, 2013 - 5:01PM

    There is a reason why Shia genocide is taking place in Pakistan. The reason can also be found on this forum where so called educated people post. Sibte Jafar was a great SHIA sozkhan and a poet. Yes there are Sunnis dying in Pakistan too. Parveen Rehman didn’t die because she was a Sunni, Sibte Jafar died for only one reason, because he was a Shia. You are either killing us or trying to divert the importance of this Shia genocide.

    Sibte Jafar bhai you will be greatly missed. You are in a better place now.

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  • Stranger
    Mar 18, 2013 - 5:06PM

    I like Hina’s comment = He is in a better place now. And why should we assume that he was killed for his religion . Invetigations are giong on. For all you know , he was killed for some personal enimity. Lets not fuel sectarian fires with our conculsions and rumours.

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  • Syed
    Mar 18, 2013 - 5:22PM

    @Stranger. He had no personal enmity. He wasn’t an ordinary Shia, he was a Shia icon. He was loved by SO many people and you will all find out soon.

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  • Iftikhar Khan
    Mar 18, 2013 - 5:24PM

    @FP:
    First your stats are wrong. And even if they were true, it is important to point out the sectarian angle in these killings and countless other major terrorism incidents because the motive is such. They are being sorted and killed just because they are shias. And it is even more important for your own long term security that you realise this and raise your voice. Otherewise pretty soon you also will be the target of these savages called Taliban/LEJ.

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  • Pakistani First
    Mar 18, 2013 - 5:29PM

    @Syed: Sunni hearts bleed on hearing the news of killings of Shias as well but what proof do you have that Sibte Jafar bhai was killed just because he was a Shia?
    You said: “Parveen Rehman didn’t die because she was a Sunni, Sibte Jafar died for only one reason, because he was a Shia. ”
    My simple question: How do you know that?

    More then half of those killed in the Abbas town blast incident were Sunnis. The responsibility of the attack was not taken by LeJ or TTP as is the usual case. The attack was not carried out in/on Abbas Town, rather it was near Abbas Town.
    We should all be very careful not to make Pakistan another Iraq, lets all get united and fight the elements who are killing PAKISTANIS.

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  • Lord
    Mar 18, 2013 - 5:43PM

    @Stranger:
    You are saying this because you dont know the person . He was a noble man. Simplicity was his trademark. In this materialistic world these sort of people are scarce. :(

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  • Stranger
    Mar 18, 2013 - 5:46PM

    @Syed- yes he surely was. What makes us think that he was killed solely for his subcaste. There might be some other angle hidden. Please dont jump to conclusions.

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  • Yuri Kondratyuk
    Mar 18, 2013 - 5:53PM

    Reminds me a lot of the genocide of intellectuals in Dhaka. Where most of them were incidentally Hindu. I am sure East Pakistan army had a few Shias in them.
    Somehow it’s always the least educated one are Islamic puritans and they always kill the ones who are more educated and civilized.

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  • kanwal
    Mar 18, 2013 - 6:05PM

    @FP
    Where did you get these numbers from coz they are awfully wrong.
    Second thing is, when there is a random attack like a bobm blast, the casualties always include people from all faiths whose majority is sunni simply bcoz this is the major sect here. They are killed bcoz of being citizens of pakistan, not bcoz they are sunni citizens of pakistan. Whereas, when a targetted attack takes place on a sunni in karachi, usually the police is able to point out the possible reasons, like affiliation with gangs or worse, politicals. On the other hand, shias, specially their highly skilled and educated people are targetted without any apparent reason and despite having no affiliation with any party whatsoever. When in the world will you recognize there is a sectarian genocide going on here? Just by usong rhetoric, do you think this issue will resolve on its own? This is utterly unfair to the people being tartgetted:they need to be recognized clearly bcoz this is the first step towards identifying culprits.
    By the way, how many of the sunnis dying in karachi are esteemed doctors, professors and scholors? I guess you will choose not to reply to my post. Recommend

  • ali kazmi
    Mar 18, 2013 - 6:05PM

    Ghusle maiyet na kehna mere ghusl ko…
    main chala ho Ali say Mulaqaat ko…
    Jis ki thi Arzoo wo Ghari aagaye…

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  • ali zaid
    Mar 18, 2013 - 6:12PM

    A month ago, Ustad Sibte Jafar addressed us in a seminar in which he said;
    “I am constantly recieving death threats from outlawed militant outfits. My family, friends and some academic friends/colleagues are offering me full support for US or Canada migration. But why would I go? My whole life is spent in service of Imam Hussain(as) who got martyrdom for saving Islam. If I am to die for the same cause, why would I leave this country? I preach martyrdom, I enlighten about martyrdom, I write in praise of martyrs… than why should I run away from it? For a Shiite Muslim, martyrdom is the ultimate success.”

    His words resound loud in my ears along with his verse;

    Mai Chala Hun Ali(as) Se Mulaqat Ko
    Jis Ka Tha Intizar, Wo Ghari Aa Gayi

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  • Sure?
    Mar 18, 2013 - 6:20PM

    RIP Professor.
    And Jinnah – a Shia created Pakistan because Muslims would not be safe in Hindu majority
    India. Oh the irony!

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  • Habib-Jakarta
    Mar 18, 2013 - 6:40PM

    He was killed because he was the follower of Ahlul Bait(a.s)

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  • Singh
    Mar 18, 2013 - 6:45PM

    It is foreign hand.

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  • ali zaid
    Mar 18, 2013 - 6:50PM

    @Ayesha
    Well said sister!

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  • Fed up
    Mar 18, 2013 - 7:07PM

    Pakistani Nation – here is a prophecy for you

    In not too distant future you all will be destroyed and those who run to other countries will suffer a great deal as well because THE WORLD HATES YOU.

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  • Syed
    Mar 18, 2013 - 8:07PM

    @Lord. He could have made millions of dollar for his poetry and soazkhwani. He always said NO whenever someone wanted to give him money for his services. He was a college professor but was still riding his bike from the 70s. He sure was a simple and humble man. This is just such a tragic loss for his millions of admirers.

    Qatil ko bhi maloom nahi uss nay kiya zulm ker diya.

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  • SJ
    Mar 18, 2013 - 8:24PM

    All the people who are thinking that it is not shia killing are leaving in world of fool. If the killers accept after killed people that those killing due to sect what the reason to look another angle. Most of the people kill in Pakistan are due to some reason. Now days sectarian reason is on top.

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  • Irfan
    Mar 18, 2013 - 8:47PM

    II am ver very sad my heart is fill with sorrow. Extreme frustrations. Sibte Jafar was an Icon for Shia Muslims. This is another victim of shia genocide in Pakistan. This genocide is carried out by Sipahe Sahaba, Lashkar Jhangvi and Taliban, supported by Pakistani Govt. Army and Intelligence.

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  • Syed
    Mar 18, 2013 - 8:59PM

    @Pakistani first. You will be saying the same after they wipe out all the shias of pakistan. They didn’t target Abbas Town area because some Sunnis lived there too. If you follow the news, you would have seen that police arrested the culprit behind the attack and they happen to belong to TTP.

    How do you know 40 million Shias were killed in Pakistan because they were Shia. How do you know? How do you know? Give me a break please.Recommend

  • Reasoner
    Mar 18, 2013 - 9:00PM

    @UMSyed:

    According to a report of ET dated 5th March, 18 victims of Abbas Town Blast were Sunnis which means 31 of those killed were Shias !
    Shias are around 15-20% of Pakistan’s population and even if only 40% of the Abbast Town blast victims were Shias then one should not have any doubt about the actual target of the terrorists !

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  • KALLU MAMA
    Mar 18, 2013 - 9:25PM

    @syed: You said : Another massive loss -

    What an empty and vapid comment!

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  • Riaz Khan
    Mar 18, 2013 - 9:26PM

    General Zia monsters are having a field day. When will it stop?

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  • Enlightened
    Mar 18, 2013 - 9:53PM

    Shias must arm and defend themselves as only condemning such attacks will not serve any useful purpose.

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  • Farid
    Mar 18, 2013 - 10:04PM

    Those who critise ET, please convince me why reality is really better than depicted in the Express Tribune.

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  • Haydar
    Mar 18, 2013 - 10:23PM

    . Ustad was not an individual, he was an institution;
    . Do not ignore the genocide;
    . Look into it
    . What you find, may change you forever
    – Are you man enough to venture into the taboo & break the chains of mental slavery,
    of ideas and idols…
    – One more time, before its too late,
    before you ignore the innocent’s plea,
    give it one chance,
    give YOURSELF one chance,
    explore the possibilities…

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  • Chulbul Pandey
    Mar 18, 2013 - 10:27PM

    Doctors and teachers are building blocks of any civilized society. Any society killing them is akin to the proverbial individual who is cutting the very branch of the tree he is sitting on.

    It’s just a matter of time…..

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  • HH
    Mar 18, 2013 - 10:35PM

    @FP: Just try to open up your mind and then look my friend. There is a difference between political killing and a secterian killing. Haven’t you noticed LeJ/SSP taking responsibilities of killings shias in Quetta. Did you read the news of how killers stopped the buses en route to Iran, separated Shias from Sunnis and then killed them? Now tell me, is there any such thing happening to Sunnis (God Forbid!). Yes, Sunni brothers are being killed too, but not because they are Sunnis…

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  • batool
    Mar 18, 2013 - 10:43PM

    Its a huge loss! He will live on in our hearts and thru his beautiful recitations….
    May we all learn thru his humility… R.l.P. and May Allah give strength to his loved ones..Ameen!

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  • Rs
    Mar 18, 2013 - 10:52PM

    @Stranger:
    he has no personal enmity,he was loved by everyone.He is killed only because he was a true shia.

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  • ali
    Mar 18, 2013 - 10:53PM

    A month ago, Ustad Sibte Jafar addressed us in a seminar in which he said;

    “I am constantly recieving death threats from outlawed militant outfits. My family, friends and some academic friends/colleagues are offering me full support for US or Canada migration. But why would I go? My whole life is spent in service of Imam Hussain(as) who got martyrdom for saving Islam. If I am to die for the same cause, why would I leave this country? I preach martyrdom, I enlighten about martyrdom, I write in praise of martyrs… than why should I run away from it? For a Shiite Muslim, martyrdom is the ultimate success.”

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  • Ali
    Mar 18, 2013 - 11:46PM

    I’ve No words. Shaheed Sib-e-Jafer, its such a HUGE HUGE Loss. Great noble person, THE Best Poet & What a Legendary Voice. May ALLAH Help Us.

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  • akbar a
    Mar 19, 2013 - 12:38AM

    For all the blind people and so called educated fools who think that its not shia killing as are only 1-2 shia killed per 10 people, a simple fact would be given. in WW2 mostly christian people killed and christians were killing christians not on any faith or belief but for national reason and conquering other races. During the WW2 Jews were specially targetted because of their religion and belief so it was genocide. Now if you see, general people are killed in Pakistan by extremists because they are supporting government or perceived to have taken liberal view and are not supporting extremists so these extremists are killing everyone irrespective of the person race, cast or creed . example in northern areas, PKP etc. Shias are being killed because of their sect, its no more secret that all religious parties figureheads/clergies of certain schools of thoughts such as wahabi, deobandi, salafi, takfiri, ahle-hadith whether alive or dead think that Shias are kafir and have written books on that and you can found these books at any bookseller near mosques and madressas, also lot of online literature available on net. its not that shias are killing accidently as they were at wrong place at wrong time. They have been targetted, followed, warnings were given against them and killed in their respective areas where they have majority. Taliban and Jahangvi planned to bomb abbas town inside but failed to do so they have miscalculated the target otherwise if would have in the abbas town inside with 100 percent shia died then they would have taken the responsibility. This time they didnt because they dont want to be loathed by majority sunnis for that. Personally I know majority of sunnis dont endorse the shia killings and good with shias but many still indifferent (even educated lot) and think inside that marney do salon ku though they dont say this explicitly. I accept that there are sunnis killed but not due to the fact that they are sunnis but they are those not supporting extremists, they are those who are in other religious parties, they are those who are from different province, they are from military, they are from different linguistic and cultural, ethnic backgrounds but shias are being killed due to only one reason that they are shias………shameful but true, accept that!

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  • Kaspar
    Mar 19, 2013 - 12:43AM

    @another ordinary citizen:
    That’s for you to understand. People are killed because they are shia, people are killed because they are social workers, people are killed because they oppose the obscurantists; people are killed because they are workers of a partilcular poltical party. And of course people are also killed in random firings, suicide bombings, bomb blasts, and so on. In most cases, it is clear to a person of average intelligence whether, and why, the person was targetted. It is not clear to those bigots who have decided to keep their eyes, ears and minds closed.
    The media people are intelligent people, hence they identify the probable cause of targetted killing, which is ninety nine per cent correct. But the government sees nothing, hears nothing adn says nothing. And the sympathisers of the obscurantists in the political parties and elsewhere will not speak up till they are the only ones left. And then their turn would come. But there would be no one left to speak for them!!

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  • Husain Abbas
    Mar 19, 2013 - 12:51AM

    Sibte Jaffer was indeed a great man. His death will be mourned throughout the Shia community of the world. May allah bless him with a place in heaven. This man has given his life for the sake of being Shia. Until when will this go on? It is absolute ridiculousness!

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  • Tahir
    Mar 19, 2013 - 1:04AM

    Truely sad news for Pakistan and its ethnic minorities.

    shame on the PPP for not doing anything for the common man and showering Pakistan with mismanagement and corruption!

    Why is there no anti terror policy in Pakistan? Is this not a treachery to the Pakistan?

    I am ashamed to be a muslim and more ashamed to be associated with Sunni islam which i believe is corrupted by evil mindsets of hate and intolerance.

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  • Syed Faisal
    Mar 19, 2013 - 1:10AM

    Karachi is a killing field

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  • sad
    Mar 19, 2013 - 1:17AM

    I am a Muslim and I am very sad for the killing of this Muslim professor. May God give him Jannat

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  • Haider
    Mar 19, 2013 - 9:38AM

    Yes,It is foreign hand and this foreign hand is Alay Saud (Saudi Arabia).

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  • Mango Man
    Mar 19, 2013 - 12:20PM

    Sadly, Muslims are no longer safe in Pakistan!

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  • Zoaib Zaidi
    Mar 19, 2013 - 12:25PM

    I don’t think so @Singh:

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  • KS
    Mar 19, 2013 - 5:23PM

    @FP:
    dear sunnis are also killed because of there sect by sipahe sahaba

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  • SMA
    Mar 19, 2013 - 5:35PM

    The vacuum of his absence was never filled in 50Years. What a great man, what a loos.

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  • Raghavendra
    Mar 19, 2013 - 8:57PM

    Guys what is the problem with average pakistanis? Why they are so religion sensitive ? Why dont they treat all as humans? I am really worried about minorities (Hindus, Crist, Ahmd and shias) there. Please understand they are also human.

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  • murtaza
    Mar 20, 2013 - 1:25AM

    The lovers of ahlul bayt a.s are killed by ignorant muslims. who are worst than animal.
    i remember mukhtar e saqafi words. “Today, I will go out to fight hypocrisy. It is the strongest enemy of religion (Islam). Hypocrisy appeared in the field within a religious and pious shape. Hypocrisy like a Coin which wrote the name of Allah on one side, and the image of Satan on the other side. Public see the name of Allah, people of knowledge see Satan.”

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  • SKB
    Mar 28, 2013 - 6:08AM

    He’ll b missed by every single human.

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