Lashkar-e-Jhangvi releases Shia beheading video: Report

The two men have been identified as Haseeb and Manzoor by Shiakilling.com.


Web Desk August 24, 2012

Banned outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) has allegedly released a video online that shows the beheading of two Shia men. The video has been reported on The Long War Journal and watchdog website Shiakilling.com.

According to The Long War Journal, SITE intelligence Group has reported that the video titled ‘Revenge’ was released on the Jamia Hafsa Urdu forum first and then distributed to other forums.

A censored version of the video appears on Shiakilling.com. The video shows a brief clip of the two men talking, though they cannot be heard as there is music playing. The two men have been identified as Haseeb and Manzoor by the watchdog website.

Four masked Lashkar men are then seen with the two victims, two of them are holding a banner and two are with knives.

Most of the conversation is inaudible as there is music playing, but the men can be heard saying “Allah o Akbar”.

The original video is reported to be over a half an hour according to The Long War Journal.

COMMENTS (50)

Sher Ghazi | 9 years ago | Reply

Totally speechless after this act. Where there is no God and his fear such brutal incidents took place. Saudis funding for such banned out-fits. Just shame and creating hatred from Islam.

waheed | 9 years ago | Reply

LeJ, SSP alike extremists group have their own mosques, madaris and offices in all cities and local residents know very well the members of lashkere jhangwi and sipahe sahaba extremists. Most of them have black pagri/cap and its very easy to find them out.

All the police stations well know about their whereabouts.

Its very easy to find out them, arrest them. But govt bodies due to political reasons and vested interests not serious to stop killings of innocent citizens of pakistan.

In other words, govt of pakistan is equally responsible for all acts of terrorism.

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