Targeted Shiites take their criticism to Pakistani capital

Battered by bombings that have killed scores of people, Pakistan’s Shiite Muslims on Wednesday took their protests to a Pakistani capital. Meanwhile in a infancy Shiite Kurram genealogical region, thousands of residents have been entertainment daily sit-ins.

The daily demonstrations began final week after twin bombings killed some-more than 70 people in Parachinar, a core of a Kurram segment along a Afghan border. Hundreds were bleeding and military killed 3 protesters progressing in a week, officials said.

Mohammad Hussein Turi, a amicable workman from Parachinar, pronounced protesters are perfectionist larger insurance for Pakistan’s minority Shiites, quite in a genealogical region. The area has been targeted several times in a new past. Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, a Sunni nonconformist group, claimed a twin bombings.

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