ISO Pakistan




Kurram students demand reopening of Parachinar road
Saturday, November 28, 2009

PESHAWAR: Imamia Students Organisation (ISO) has demanded of the government to open the Parachinar-Peshawar Road immediately.

A meeting to this effect, held at the ground of Hostel No 3, was attended by 500 students belonging to the Kurram Agency. The prominent among them were ISO President Saqib Bangash, General Secretary Mujib Agha, Information Secretary Muhammad Hasnain, Adil Bangash, Ali Naqvi, Saqib Bangash, Sadiq Bangash and Ali Turi.

Speaking on the occasion, the speakers said most of the students were unable to go to their homes for Eid celebration because of the blockade of the Peshawar-Parachinar Road for the last five years. They said only officials were allowed to travel on the road. The general public has the only option of Afghanistan route but that too was closed. Moreover, they said, some students were kidnapped in the past while travelling on the Afghanistan route.

source; http://www.thenews.com.pk/daily_detail.asp?id=210751



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Sunday, January 11, 2009, Muharram-ul-Haram 13, 1430 A.H


Sunday, January 04, 2009

Our Parachinar correspondent adds:

Israel attack on Gaza strip was the worst example of terrorism while the silence of Arab nation over the atrocities added insult to the injury.

This was stated by central leader of Imamia Students Organisation Haider Ali and others here Saturday. Addressing a press conference, they said hundreds of Muslims in Gaza were killed while the forerunners of human rights were watching the gory episode like silent spectators in the West.

Activists of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), Charsadda chapter, staged a sit-in here Saturday at Farooq Chowk to condemn the Israeli aggression against Palestinians and US drones� attacks in troubled tribal region.

Addressing the gathering, Member National Assembly (MNA) and district chapter Ameer JUI-F Maulana Gohar Shah and former MNA Ghulam Mohammad Sadiq criticised US for backing Israel in its attacks against innocent Palestinians, asking the government to end all its diplomatic ties with the US. The speakers also came down hard on the government for fighting the US proxy war against its own people.

They stressed that the government should respond to the US drones� attacks that had killed scores of people.

The JUI-F leaders also expressed concern over the persistent and hours-long power breakdown in the province in particular and the country in general. They held the provincial government responsible for the prevailing chaos, saying that Awami National Party-led government had failed in controlling the situation.


Sunday, January 04, 2009

Our Parachinar correspondent adds:

Israel attack on Gaza strip was the worst example of terrorism while the silence of Arab nation over the atrocities added insult to the injury.

This was stated by central leader of Imamia Students Organisation Haider Ali and others here Saturday. Addressing a press conference, they said hundreds of Muslims in Gaza were killed while the forerunners of human rights were watching the gory episode like silent spectators in the West.

Activists of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), Charsadda chapter, staged a sit-in here Saturday at Farooq Chowk to condemn the Israeli aggression against Palestinians and US drones� attacks in troubled tribal region.

Addressing the gathering, Member National Assembly (MNA) and district chapter Ameer JUI-F Maulana Gohar Shah and former MNA Ghulam Mohammad Sadiq criticised US for backing Israel in its attacks against innocent Palestinians, asking the government to end all its diplomatic ties with the US. The speakers also came down hard on the government for fighting the US proxy war against its own people.

They stressed that the government should respond to the US drones� attacks that had killed scores of people.

The JUI-F leaders also expressed concern over the persistent and hours-long power breakdown in the province in particular and the country in general. They held the provincial government responsible for the prevailing chaos, saying that Awami National Party-led government had failed in controlling the situation.

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Sunday, January 04, 2009

Our Parachinar correspondent adds:

Israel attack on Gaza strip was the worst example of terrorism while the silence of Arab nation over the atrocities added insult to the injury.

This was stated by central leader of Imamia Students Organisation Haider Ali and others here Saturday. Addressing a press conference, they said hundreds of Muslims in Gaza were killed while the forerunners of human rights were watching the gory episode like silent spectators in the West.

Activists of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), Charsadda chapter, staged a sit-in here Saturday at Farooq Chowk to condemn the Israeli aggression against Palestinians and US drones� attacks in troubled tribal region.

Addressing the gathering, Member National Assembly (MNA) and district chapter Ameer JUI-F Maulana Gohar Shah and former MNA Ghulam Mohammad Sadiq criticised US for backing Israel in its attacks against innocent Palestinians, asking the government to end all its diplomatic ties with the US. The speakers also came down hard on the government for fighting the US proxy war against its own people.

They stressed that the government should respond to the US drones� attacks that had killed scores of people.

The JUI-F leaders also expressed concern over the persistent and hours-long power breakdown in the province in particular and the country in general. They held the provincial government responsible for the prevailing chaos, saying that Awami National Party-led government had failed in controlling the situation.