Pakistan religious scholars were assassinated: the father of Afghanistans Taliban.

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 Pakistan religious scholars were assassinated: the father of Afghanistans Taliban.


Sami Uhl Haq, the father of Taliban, was killed in Pakistan.

Al Jazeera TV reported Nov. 2 that Sami-ul-Haq, 80, was found dead at his residence in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

His son, Hamid, told local media that Sami was lying in bed in his room and resting. He was sick and had an uncomfortable heart.

Later, his bodyguard left for 15 minutes. When he returned to his room, he found Sammy lying in bed covered with blood. Hamid said. Sami Uhl Haq was then taken to a local hospital but was eventually killed.

Sami-Ul-Haqs Islamic party faction JUI-S also confirmed his death: Sami-Ul-Haq has been killed.

NBC quoted nephew Sami-Ur Huck as saying Thursday that Sami-Ur Huck may have been tortured before he was systematically murdered. It is uncertain whether Sami-Ur Huck was stabbed to death with a knife or shot, or the number of attackers.

In Pakistan, Sami-Ur Huck is considered a right-wing leader, but unlike the armed struggle of the Pakistani Taliban, Sami-Ur Huck and his party participated in the countrys political elections, and he himself served as a parliamentarian twice. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is on a state visit, issued a statement condemning the attack on Sami-Ur Haq. Our country has lost an important religious and political leader. Imran Khan said. Zabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Taliban, also expressed condolences for Sami-Ur Huq, calling the murderer an enemy of Islam. On the 2 day, hundreds of mourners took to the streets to protest against the killing of Sami Uhl Haq. At present, there is no individual or organization Xuancheng responsible for this matter, and the motive for assassination is uncertain. The source of this article: surging news editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647

In Pakistan, Sami-Ur Huck is considered a right-wing leader, but unlike the armed struggle of the Pakistani Taliban, Sami-Ur Huck and his party participated in the countrys political elections, and he himself served as a parliamentarian twice.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is on a state visit, issued a statement condemning the attack on Sami-Ur Haq. Our country has lost an important religious and political leader. Imran Khan said. Zabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Taliban, also expressed condolences for Sami-Ur Huq, calling the murderer an enemy of Islam. On the 2 day, hundreds of mourners took to the streets to protest against the killing of Sami Uhl Haq.

At present, there is no individual or organization Xuancheng responsible for this matter, and the motive for assassination is uncertain.