Thursday, August 11, 2011

Jamat-e-Islami "BLAMES" MQM for TERRORISM.

LAHORE, Aug 10: Jamaat-i-Islami chief Syed Munawar Hasan has expressed concern over the reported involvement of the Karachi Command and Control Centre (KCCC) in terrorist activities and called for a judicial inquiry into the matter. In a statement issued on Wednesday, he alleged that custodians of peace and civil liberties had turned into murderers. Quoting reports published in a section of the print media, the JI chief said the criminals involved in target killings and terrorist activities were allegedly getting assistance from the Command and Control Centre. The reports said that activities of police, Rangers and other law-enforcement agencies were being watched through secret cameras and targets identified. Mr Hasan said the KCCC had been set up during the tenure of Karachi Nazim Mustafa Kamal and thousands of workers of a particular party had been recruited to it. He said it was a tragedy and a matter of concern that the rulers were themselves protecting the killers of innocent citizens only to stay in power and the assassins were not being arrested despite having been identified. Mr Hasan alleged that certain parties in the ruling coalition were involved in the bloodshed and target killings, adding that some ministers and senators were on payroll of foreign agencies. REFERENCE: KCCC’s alleged involvement in killings: Jamaat calls for judicial inquiry By Our Staff Reporter | From the Newspaper (14 hours ago) Today

KARACHI, July 13: A delegation of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) called on senior leader of the Jamaat-i-Islami Professor Ghafoor Ahmed on Tuesday. According to an MQM press release, Syed Mustafa Kamal, Wasey Jalil and MPA Muzammil Qureshi met Prof Ghafoor at his residence and delivered him a goodwill message from MQM chief Altaf Hussain. The meeting also discussed the overall political situation in the country with a specific reference to developments in Karachi. The JI leader thanked the MQM delegation and appreciated Mr Hussain’s goodwill gesture. REFERENCE: MQM delegation meets JI leader July 14, 2011  Delegation of MQM Rabita Committee Meets Jamat e Islami Leader Prof Ghafoor Ahmed. Added by CC on July 14, 2011 at 1:22pm 

MQM Exposes Jamat-e-Islami


MQM Delegation Visit Jamaat e Islami Head Quarter Mansoora


During recent incidents of violence, ISI recorded conversations between Command and Control Centre officials and target killers, On Feb 28, SHC ordered handing over centre to Home Department, but directives not complied with so far - KARACHI - The officials of the Command and Control Centre established by former Karachi nazim Mustafa Kamal is aiding target killers and terrorists in their activities, Pakistan Today has learnt. Sources said that with their eyes on various parts of the city through the cameras installed all across the metropolitan, the officials of the centre’s Cam Wing provide anti-social elements with information about movement of the police and personnel of other law enforcement agencies as well as instructions for terror activities. During the recent incidents of violence, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has recorded conversations of the centre’s officials with target killers and terrorists, the sources added. They said that officials of the Cam Wing were discovered directing criminals regarding targets for killing and causing disruption as well as vandalism, looting and arson. The ISI has recorded conversations of Cam Wing officials on separate occasions of violence and found that they directed criminals to leave a particular location or reach a specific site, they added. Sources said that the ISI has forwarded a letter to the federal government to immediately investigate the Cam Wing officials, and has recommended that the centre be handed over to the law enforcers immediately because due to these corrupt officials, the law enforcers have been unable to take action against target killers and terrorists among other criminals. In its letter, the ISI has also expressed its reservations over the department of Community Police, more commonly known as the City Wardens, the sources added. It is pertinent to mention here that the Community Police Department was also established by the former city nazim, and some 7,500 activists of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) were appointed in the department without conducting any interviews to determine their eligibility. It is also relevant to mention here that on February 28 this year, the Sindh High Court (SHC) had ordered handing over the Command and Control Centre to the Sindh Home Department, but despite the passage of over five months, no action has been taken in this regard due to the Pakistan People’s Party’s policy of reconciliation. An SHC division bench comprising Justices Gulzar Ahmed and Imam Bux Baloch had ordered constituting a committee headed by the Sindh Special Home Secretary and Sindh Additional Inspector General of Police with Pakistan Rangers-Sindh Lieutenant Colonel and a grade-19 officer of the City District Government Karachi (CDGK) as its members to supervise the centre. The bench had issued the orders on a constitutional petition filed by Jamaat-e-Islami Karachi President Muhammad Hussain Mehanti who sought handing over the centre to the Sindh government. At the time of the SHC decision, Sindh Additional Advocate General Miran Muhammad Shah had assured the court on behalf of the provincial government that the centre would be run under the control of the Home Department. Shah had said that the centre would be run under the supervision of the Home Secretary and law enforcers among others. The court had then disposed of the petition and ordered handing over the centre to the Home Department. The Command and Control Centre was established by the CDGK in its last tenure following the directives of the former city nazim to control the traffic problems of the city; however, according to sources, the centre has been misused by a specific political party. They said that the law enforcers have expressed their reservations on many occasions and suggested that instead of a political party or the local government, this centre be supervised by the provincial government because the centre has been misused by a political party for its own interests. Several terror incidents – including the 12 Rabiul Awwal, 12 May and April 9 incidents as well as the Ashura and Chehlum tragedies – shook the metropolis, but no video evidence was maintained or handed over to the law enforcers, they added. They also said that former Sindh home minister Dr Zulfiqar Ali Mirza had publicly complained that the Command and Control Centre was being misused by a specific political party. The video clip of a recent quarrel between Mirza and a private television channel’s team was also provided by the officials of the centre to the said channel, they added. REFERENCE: Terrorists in ‘Command and Control’?

ISLAMABAD: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) has termed the two former allies of the PPP-led government MQM and JUI-F untrustworthy that could turn anytime and join the government again. The JI spokesman and Deputy Secretary General Farid Piracha said JUI-F and the MQM were not trustworthy parties and could change their faith at any time. “Both the parties join the government for their vested interests and part ways with the government, again following their own agenda,” he said. Farid Piracha said a grand alliance is being considered by the political parties of the country in the wake of MQM parting ways with the government but the participation of JI in that alliance was doubtful because of the MQM and the JUI-F. “The future of any such grand alliance would be uncertain in the presence of the two parties,” he said. He demanded that an affidavit should be sought from the JUI-F and the MQM before inviting them to the grand alliance. REFERENCE: JUI-F, MQM untrustworthy: JI  Grand opposition alliance * Shahbaz Sharif, Ishaq Dar meet Farooq Sattar * Both parties’ leaders likely to meet soon * Dar tasked with holding talks with MQM * JUI-F refuses to become part of grand opposition alliance Tuesday, July 05, 2011\07\05\story_5-7-2011_pg1_1  Grand Alliance moves one step at a time with glitches Tariq Butt Wednesday, July 06, 2011 

MQM is not political party just a terrorist gang (Syed Munawar Hassan on ARY NEWS)


Coordination among political parties need of hour: Sattar

Coordination among political parties need of hour: Sattar
MQM leader Farooq Sattar said that coordination among political parties was need of the hour. Talking to media after meeting with JUI-F leader Munawwar Hassan, Sattar said that the country was passing through a difficult phase. He said that their party will continue to have contacts with other parties for the sovereignty of Pakistan. He said that time has come to work for the betterment of the country. He said that both JUI and MQM were against the feudalism in the country. JUI leader Liaquat Baloch said that it was vital to empower people for strengthening democracy in the country. He said that JUI and MQM had same stance over RGST. REFERENCE: Last Updated: 21 December,2010 09:55PM

Tuesday, December 21, 2010, Muharram 14, 1432 A.H

Jamaat e Islami Is Ready For New Grand Allaince Geo News Report

KARACHI/LONDON: The Chief of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Altaf Hussain and the Amir of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Syed Munawar Hasan talked on telephone and discussed various issues Monday. Historically, it has happened first time that the leaders of both arch rival parties have contacted through phone and agreed to work with each other for the betterment of the country and its security. Altaf Hussain appreciated JI's rally held on Sunday (yesterday) against the Reformed General Sales Tax, unemployment and inflation. REFERENCE: SAMAA MQM, JI chiefs talk on phone Upadated on: 21 Dec 10 12:13 AM /News29086-MQM_JI_chiefs_talk_on_phone.aspx
Tuesday, December 21, 2010, Muharram 14, 1432 A.H

Syed Munawwar Hassan Message for MQM & Citizens of Karachi.






JI chief condemns MQM’s terrorism, July 6: The Jamaat e Islami chief, Syed Munawar Hasan, has said that the writ of the government in Karachi has been eroded because of the MQM’s terrorism. He was talking to the family members of JI member( Rukn) Mubinul Haq, who lost his life at the hands of the MQM terrorists in Faisalabad colony, Karachi. Syed Munawar Hasan said that the MQM’s inclusion in the government had emboldened the terrorists who were moving about freely and the law and order in the port city had been shattered. The residents of the mega city had become hostages in the hands of a few terrorists, he added. He condemned PPP government’s inaction against the MQM due to political expediency and said this was a matter of deep concern for the entire nation. He said even the PPP was afraid of MQM backlash in case the MQM was dropped from the government. He asked the PPP leadership if it had bartered away the lives of the people for its rule. He deplored that the port city which earned 70 per cent revenue for the country, was in the grip of target killing and the national economy was being ruined under a conspiracy. Syed Munawar Hasan paid homage to Mobinul Haq for his steadfastness on the path of righteousness and said Mobin had lost his life while fighting against the forces of evil and his sacrifice won’t go waste. The father of the deceased, Zamirul Haq, speaking on the occasion, said that the terrorists could not cow down the JI workers who were struggling for an Islamic revolution which was the destiny of this country. REFERENCE: JI chief condemns MQM’s terrorism 

 Kamran Khan, Geo TV on Jamat-e-Islami Terrorism (2009)

MQM Haider Abbas Rizvi on "Duniya In-session" Hypocrisy of Jamat-e-Islami Exposed Part 1
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ISLAMABAD: One of the top security agencies on Wednesday picked up Raja Ehsan Aziz, a member of Tehrik-e-Islami (TI), for his alleged connections with terrorists who had attacked the Parade Lane Mosque in Rawalpindi and Moon Market in Lahore. Tehrik-e-Islami is a splinter group of the JI. Two female members of the Tehrik have already been taken into custody. Sarwat Wahid, another female member whose son's car was used in the Parade Lane Mosque attack, is missing. Also her son, Jawad, who was studying in Faisalabad after doing A Level from Beacon House School System, is missing. Aziz, a graduate of Columbia University who also served on senior positions at the Foreign Office, is a retired professor of International Relations, Quaid-i-Azam University. His elder son is an Army doctor. Aziz was taken away from his house in G/10-3 on Wednesday evening by sleuths of the Counter-Terrorism Cell, his wife Amira Aziz told The News. Amira, an ex-MNA of Jamaat-e-Islami and now a Shura member of the Tehrik, is a religious scholar and writes columns in an Urdu daily. Aziz's driver, Phool Zeb from Nowshera, has already been arrested as investigators found a mobile SIM allegedly used for conversation during the attacks on the Parade Lane Mosque and Moon Market, was issued in his name. Likewise, the car used in the mosque attack belonged to Jawad, the son of a Tehrik-e-Islami woman, Sarwat Wahid, a resident of I-8 Sector, Islamabad. Both of them are missing since then. Likewise, Aziz' son, Omer, a student of Islamic International University, has not returned home for the last five days.
Kamran Khan & GEO TV says that Jamat-e-Islami is involved in Terrorism. URL:
Aziz has been picked up for the second time, his wife said, denying any links of the family with terrorism incidents. “I’m a sworn enemy of America and can pay any price for it but I strongly oppose terrorism within Pakistan,” Amira Aziz told The News. She said the intelligence operatives had been following the women activists of Tehrik-e-Islami for the last six months and harassed them. She alleged that her husband was beaten black and blue when picked up last time and kept in illegal custody for a night. Amira said her son, Omer, a heart patient, was very upset when intelligence guys kept his father in their custody for a night. A female member of Tehrik, Najma Sana, who lives in G-9/1, is already in the agency’s custody for the last 10 days. Sarwat Wahid, after being chased by the intelligence agency, left Islamabad for Karachi where she was again pursued by the police. Her sister and children in Karachi have been arrested to press for recovery of Sarwat who has gone underground there. Sarwat’s son, Jawad, is also missing. Tahira Mumtaz, another female member of the Tehrik, was twice called for investigation over her alleged assistance to Sarwat to flee the capital. Altaf Aziz Khattack, SHO, said he was not aware of any such incident. He asked this correspondent to take up the matter with the R A Bazaar police in whose jurisdiction the mosque was attacked. When contacted, officials of the concerned police station said that they had not arrested Ehsan Aziz, adding the Army was investigating the attack and the matter may be taken up with them. The DG ISPR could not be contacted. REFERENCE: JI splinter group leader, females held for links to suicide attackers Friday, December 18, 2009 By Umar Cheema 
MQM Joins Jamat-e-Islami - Part 1 URL: MQM Joins Jamat-e-Islami - Part 2 URL: Jamat-e-Islami & 12 May 2007 Killings in Karachi URL:
KARACHI, July 17: Holding the Sindh government directly responsible for the martyrdom of Allama Hasan Turabi, the secretary-general of Jamaat-i-Islami, Syed Munawar Hasan, said that a fascist group was ruling over Sindh, in presence of which, nobody else could dare to carryout terrorist activities. He was talking to newsmen on Monday after visiting the residence of the slain MMA leader Allama Turabi to offer his condolence. The JI leader said that Allama Turabi's martyrdom was a great loss for not only the MMA but for the entire country. Other MMA leaders including JI Karachi Amir Dr Merajul Huda Siddiqui, Dr Abdul Wasey Shakir, Birjis Ahmed, MNA Abdul Sattar Afghani, MPAs Nasarullah Shajee, Younus Barai and JI leaders Muzaffar Ahmed Hashmi and Muslim Pervez were also present. Mr Hasan said that Allama Turabi's martyrdom was a “message of death” for his killers and added that his martyrdom was a defeat of the plans of the US agents in Pakistan, who wanted sectarian rift among Muslims as they could never succeed in their nefarious designs. He claimed that efforts were being made to destabilise Pakistan, especially Karachi on the pattern of Iraq and conspiracies were being hatched by killing leading Shia and Sunni Ulema to ignite bloodshed of Muslims. Not a single assassin, involved in killings of noted Ulema including Mufti Shamzai and those responsible for the Nishtar Park tragedy have been arrested yet, he deplored.—PPI REFERENCE: KARACHI: JI slams govt over Turabi’s killing July 18, 2006 Tuesday Jumadi-ul-Sani 21, 1427
Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 1 URL: Recorded in May 2007
LAHORE, Aug 23: Jamaat-i-Islami chief Syed Munawwar Hasan has criticised MQM chief Altaf Husain’s announcement supporting martial law against “corrupt politicians” and termed it making a mockery of the Constitution and the law. In a press statement on Monday, he said such a statement was unbecoming of a leader whose party was a part of the ruling elite. He said the military rule in the past was much to be blamed for the prevailing disorder and chaos in the country. Pakistan, he said, was passing through difficult times with target killings in Karachi, drone attacks and blood letting in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, besides devastating floods in all the provinces. In such a situation, the martial law would only serve US interests by adding to disruption and anarchy in the country, he said. PML-N: PML-N central leader Muhammad Medhi has also criticised the MQM chief’s statement. He said Altaf spoke the language of those whom he (the MQM chief) had met a day before. REFERENCE: Munawwar criticises Altaf From the Newspaper July 8, 2010 By Our Staff Reporter 
Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 2 URL: Recorded in May 2007
However, he would not say why the MMA government was not enacting so fruitful a law and not ignoring annoyance of the federal authorities on the issue. Replying to a question on the Karachi situation, the former MNA said the MQM was facing internal rifts and its exiled leader Altaf Husain had admitted the fact in a recent speech. He claimed that Sindh Governor Ishratul Ibad was also to be replaced on Husain's insistence but the agencies intervened believing "a known devil is better than an unknown devil". He said Karachi was paying the cost of Gen Musharraf's bid to block PPP's entry in the power set-up of the province. He, however, contended that the army and the MQM had been travelling in different directions. "The army and the masterminds of Jinahpur (state) cannot go together (for long)." About divisions in the opposition, he alleged that it was the PPP which had split the joint opposition. The PPP, he said, always tried to strengthen the government against the MMA. It backed out of an understanding to vote for Maulana Fazlur Rahman as prime minister and now was illogically demanding of the Maulana to vacate the opposition leader's office for Makhdoom Amin Fahim, he said. He did not agree with the suggestion that MMA policies had resulted in reduced support for the alliance. Had this been true it would have become difficult for it to rule the NWFP province, he said. The by-election track record also contradicts the notion as the alliance has not lost any seat in the NWFP and the Punjab, he added. The alliance's policies had rather countered and cornered the ANP in provincial politics, he said. REFERENCE: Time not ripe for anti-govt movement: MMA By Amjad Mahmood 22 July 2004 Thursday 04 Jamadi-us-Saani 1425 
Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 3 URL: Recorded in May 2007
KARACHI, May 9: Jamaat-i-Islami chief Syed Munawwar Hasan has condemned the targeted killings and increasing number of missing persons, stating that peace and rule of law cannot be ensured in the city until the culprits behind the May 12 mayhem, April 9 tragedy and 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal killings are exposed and taken to task. Addressing the participants of “Road Caravan” organised by the party on Sunday, the JI chief said the coalition government had failed to deliver and that a peaceful Islamic revolution, which was the only panacea of pressing problems such as loadshedding, price hike and unemployment, was knocking at the door.Mr Hasan said: “Soon we will give a call for a ‘million march’ of people to Islamabad to highlight their problems and to show that people want to rid the country of US influence.” He held the PPP, MQM, ANP, PML-N and JUI-F responsible for the miseries of the people and said if the MQM and JUI-F quitted the government the PPP government would collapse within no time. However, he added that midterm or full-term elections as awaited by some political parties were not the solution. All such parties were subservient to the US, he said, adding that people’s miseries could not be mitigated without enforcement of a system based on justice. Led by JI leaders Syed Munawwar Hasan, Maulana Asadullah Bhutto, Mohammad Hussain Mehanti, the caravan that started on wheels from Sohrab Goth at 3.30pm was joined by small processions on its way to M.A. Jinnah Road. Holding party flags and placards inscribed with slogans such as “say no to IMF” and “let people live”, participants of the caravan converged at the Tibet Centre where JI leaders addressed them.
On the occasion, the rally adopted two resolutions, seeking payment of salaries to the employees of Pakistan Steel Mills and rejecting the policy of making Pakistan the frontline state in the so-called war against terror. Referring to attacks on FIA offices and GHQ, Mr Hasan said the country’s sovereignty had been put on stake by fighting the American war. The ongoing Jehadi movements in different parts of the world were the result of oppressive policies of rulers, he said. Condemning the statement of Hillary Clinton for threatening Pakistan if any act of terrorism occurred in the US, he said: “We expect Foreign Minister Qureshi, who continues to issue statements in favour of India, to take notice of Ms Clinton’s remarks and give a statement in support of Pakistan.” He paid tribute to the judiciary for its decision on the NRO and asked the Supreme Court to summon law and interior ministers and try them for contempt of court by not implementing its decision. Earlier, Mr Mehanti condemned the recent increase in petroleum prices. Asadullah Bhutto said that the PPP, MQM, ANP and PML-N had done nothing to provide relief to the people against loadshedding, unemployment and price hike. REFERENCE: JI rally demands carnage culprits exposed By Our Staff Rerpoter Monday, 10 May, 2010 
Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 4 URL: Recorded in May 2007
LAHORE, Sept 3: Jamaat-i-Islami amir Syed Munawar Hasan regrets that the Balochistan situation is explosive but the federal government is least bothered about it. Speaking at an Iftar dinner here on Thursday, he observed the US and China had their eyes on Balochistan because of its vast resources while India and Iran were also interested in it but unfortunately the Pakistan government was the only one that was taking no interest in it. He lamented that while an FIR was yet to be registered in the murder of Nawab Akbar Bugti, another Baloch leader, Rasool Bakhsh Mengal, was murdered recently. He said the Baloch people were being pushed towards wall, making them think that their loyalty with Pakistan is a crime. The JI chief said both the major political parties of the country -- the PPP and the PML-N -- had failed to serve the masses and their recent behaviour had fully exposed them. He said Mian Nawaz Sharif had in fact given up his demand for Pervez Musharraf’s trial otherwise he should have been on roads.
There was no fun in giving an ultimatum only to withdraw it, he said. The PML-N was as much a government ally as the JUI and the MQM and it was fully cooperating with the PPP, he added. He said democracy had been defeated in Sindh as the PPP men were bringing funerals to the Chief Minister’s house. He said all the political parties attending the London multi-party conference had declared the MQM a terrorist organisation and vowed not to join hands with it. He suggested that at least these parties should implement the London decisions. Mr Hasan said the present government was an elected one but it could not be termed democratic. A democratic government must have taken note of the statements being issued from Saudi Arabia and London, he added. He said the decisions in respect of important national issues were being taken outside the country, which was most shameful. The JI chief said Brig Imtiaz (retired) and Gen Naseer Akhtar (retired) had confessed their crimes and they must be put to trial without delay. REFERENCE: Govt blind to Balochistan situation: JI By Our Staff Reporter Friday, 04 Sep, 2009 
Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 5 URL: Recorded in May 2007
IJT MEETING: A hurriedly-called meeting of the Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) shura on Wednesday accused the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) and its student wing, the All Pakistan Mohajir Students Organization (APMSO), of kidnapping and killing its activist Farhan Asif. It demanded of the Sindh government to arrest the culprits within three days, adds PPI. The meeting held with the IJT Karachi Nazim, Syed Tahir Akbar, in the chair condemned the brutal murder of its activist and said if the killers were not arrested, the government will be held responsible for any disturbance of law and order. The IJT shura further demanded of the president, prime minister, corps commander, the IGP Sindh and the DIG Operations to order the arrests of APMSO activists Shahzada Imran, Azmat, Faraz Abdullah and the SHO North Karachi, Shafiq Papa, alleging them to be behind the assassination of their activist. Farhan Asif was kidnapped along with his friend Usman from the Govt Jinnah Science College on Monday and later found in seriously injured condition at Valika Chowrangi, SITE. After remaining in coma for 13 hours, Farhan succumbed to his injuries on Tuesday at a local hospital. The IJT Nazim, Tahir Akbar, alleged the MQM and its student wing for destroying peace at educational institutions in Karachi while accusing the police of patronizing them. “The MQM and its student wing have transformed the Jinnah Polytechnic College into their party sector office and a torture cell, where they take their opponents after abduction and subject them to torture,” he further charged. He said the SHO of the North Nazimabad police station, who claimed to be the comrade of the MQM, was patronizing the APMSO activists. The APMSO activists, he said display arms and attack the IJT workers at the Jinnah College. On the other hand, he said the police refused to register FIR against the culprits. The IJT nazim alleged that the APMSO injured as many as 15 of its activists in their fresh attacks. The shura meeting warned the government to remain impartial and take action against the actual terrorists instead of arresting IJT workers. It also demanded the release of their colleagues. REFERENCE: KARACHI: MMA calls for debate on national issues By Our Reporter 21 April 2005 Thursday 11 Rabi-ul-Awwal 1426 

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