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د قرآن کریم د بی حرمتي په خلاف په کویټه کې مظاهرې – انځورنه

په بګرام کې د قرآن کریم د سوځولو د غندني په موخه د پاکستان د کویټي په ښار کې هم د جمعیت علماء اسلام نظریاتي ګروپ له خوا مظاهرې تر سره شوې، چي په سوله ایزه توګه پای ته ورسیدې.. انځورونه ۲۳-۲-۲۰۱۲

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 Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Quetta on February 23, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. President Barrack Obama was forced to apologise over the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, where three days of protests have killed 14 people, including two American soldiers.

A supporter of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa Islamic organization holds a placard while taking part in an anti-U.S. rally in Quetta February 23, 2012. About 250 protesters gathered to march on the streets of Quetta to condemn the burning of copies of the Koran at NATO's main base in Afghanistan. Afghanistan wants NATO to hold a fair and public trial of those who burned copies of the Muslim holy book at a NATO base in the country, President Hamid Karzai's office said in a statement on Thursday. The sign reads "No forgiveness for those that desecrate the Koran, only death".

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Quetta on February 23, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. President Barrack Obama was forced to apologise over the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, where three days of protests have killed 14 people, including two American soldiers.

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Quetta on February 23, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. President Barrack Obama was forced to apologise over the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, where three days of protests have killed 14 people, including two American soldiers.

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Quetta on February 23, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. President Barrack Obama was forced to apologise over the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, where three days of protests have killed 14 people, including two American soldiers.

Supporters of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) shout anti-US slogans during a protest in Quetta on February 23, 2012, over the burning of the Koran at a US-run military base in Afghanistan. President Barrack Obama was forced to apologise over the burning of Korans at a US airbase in Afghanistan, where three days of protests have killed 14 people, including two American soldiers.

Supporters of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa Islamic organization raise their flags and shout anti-U.S. slogans during an anti-U.S. rally in Quetta February 23, 2012. About 250 protesters gather to march on the streets of Quetta to condemn the burning of copies of the Koran at NATO's main base in Afghanistan. Afghanistan wants NATO to hold a fair and public trial of those who burned copies of the Muslim holy book at a NATO base in the country, President Hamid Karzai's office said in a statement on Thursday.

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