Show of solidarity

Members of Civil Society enlighten candles and protesting 
against Shiite Muslims Genocide and killing of several media persons in bomb blast at Qandhari  Imambargah Alamdar Road in Quetta, during a demonstration at Karachi press club.—Photo by PPI
Members of Civil Society enlighten candles and protesting against Shiite Muslims Genocide and killing of several media persons in bomb blast at Qandhari Imambargah Alamdar Road in Quetta, during a demonstration at Karachi press club.—Photo by PPI
Activists of Hazara Democratic Party (HDP) are protesting  against Alamdar Road bomb blast tragedy and target killing of Hazara community during 
demonstration at Cantt road in Quetta.—Photo by PPI
Activists of Hazara Democratic Party (HDP) are protesting against Alamdar Road bomb blast tragedy and target killing of Hazara community during demonstration at Cantt road in Quetta.—Photo by PPI
People light candles as they are protesting  against genocide of Shiite Muslims and dual bomb blasts at Qandhari Imambargah Alamdar  Road in Quetta that caused 86 people killed belonged to Shia Hazara community, during a  protest demonstration at M.A Jinnah Road in Karachi.—Photo by PPI
People light candles as they are protesting against genocide of Shiite Muslims and dual bomb blasts at Qandhari Imambargah Alamdar Road in Quetta that caused 86 people killed belonged to Shia Hazara community, during a protest demonstration at M.A Jinnah Road in Karachi.—Photo by PPI
People light candles as they are protesting against genocide of Shiite Muslims and dual bomb blasts at Qandhari Imambargah Alamdar  Road in Quetta that caused 86 people killed belonged to Shiite Hazara community, during a 
protest demonstration at M.A Jinnah Road in Karachi.—Photo by PPI
People light candles as they are protesting against genocide of Shiite Muslims and dual bomb blasts at Qandhari Imambargah Alamdar Road in Quetta that caused 86 people killed belonged to Shiite Hazara community, during a protest demonstration at M.A Jinnah Road in Karachi.—Photo by PPI
Pakistani civil society activists light candles  against the twin bombings attack in Quetta, at a rally in Karachi.  Shia families refusing to bury their dead after twin bombings in Pakistan's troubled southwestern city of Quetta vowed to continue their sit-in protest January 12 until the army takes over security.—Photo by AFP
Pakistani civil society activists light candles against the twin bombings attack in Quetta, at a rally in Karachi. Shia families refusing to bury their dead after twin bombings in Pakistan's troubled southwestern city of Quetta vowed to continue their sit-in protest January 12 until the army takes over security.—Photo by AFP
Shia Muslims chant slogans during a protest to condemn Thursday's deadly bombings in Quetta, in Karachi, Pakistan.—Photo by AP
Shia Muslims chant slogans during a protest to condemn Thursday's deadly bombings in Quetta, in Karachi, Pakistan.—Photo by AP
Shia Muslimss burnt tyres on the road as they blocked Islamabad Highway during a demonstration against the Quetta blasts.—Photo by S. M. Sohail
Shia Muslimss burnt tyres on the road as they blocked Islamabad Highway during a demonstration against the Quetta blasts.—Photo by S. M. Sohail
A girl, takes part in a protest to condemn Thursday's deadly bombings in Quetta, in Karachi, Pakistan.—Photo by AP
A girl, takes part in a protest to condemn Thursday's deadly bombings in Quetta, in Karachi, Pakistan.—Photo by AP
Women chant slogans during a protest to condemn Thursday's deadly bombings in Quetta, in Karachi, Pakistan. Thousands of Shia's in Pakistan protested in southwestern Pakistan for a second day on Saturday, blocking a main road with dozens of coffins of relatives killed in explosions to demand better security from the government.—Photo by AP
Women chant slogans during a protest to condemn Thursday's deadly bombings in Quetta, in Karachi, Pakistan. Thousands of Shia's in Pakistan protested in southwestern Pakistan for a second day on Saturday, blocking a main road with dozens of coffins of relatives killed in explosions to demand better security from the government.—Photo by AP

Comments (3) (Closed)


Cyrus Howell
Jan 14, 2013 08:58am
"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it." --Thomas Paine
Cyrus Howell
Jan 14, 2013 08:51am
"With terror, tyranny came to power, and with terror, it holds onto its power. The sciences have been subordinated to authoritarian rule. Biology has been falsified, in order to externalize the privileges of the propertied classes." -- Manifesto, Second International Congress of Socialist Physicians in Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1934
khanm
Jan 13, 2013 01:46pm
Be a human first. Have a compassion, have feelings, saving one's life is like saving the entire humanity holy Quran. Read in the name of God who created you from a clot. Know your religion before you give it a bad name.For God sake Stop this madness