نن په انځورونو کي

د کویټي وروستي حالات او د هزارګانو له خوا د مظاهرو وروستي انځورونه

دبلوچستان په ښار کوټه کې د نامعلومو وسلوالو له خوا په دوو ورځو کې ۱۷ شیعه مذهبه هزارګان ووژل، لومړی پيښه پر سریاب روډ رامنځته سوله، کله چي نامعلومو وسلوالو د تفتان په اډه کې پر هغو هزارګانو ډزي وکړي چي د زیارتونو لپاره ایران ته روان وه، دوهم پيښه د کوټي ښار پر سپیني روډ را منځته سوله، کله چي پر موټر سایکل سپرو نامعلومو وسلوالو پر یو سوزوکي ډوله موټر چي د هزارګانو ډک وو، او د بازار په لوري روان وو، ډزي وکړي چي له کبله يې ۱۰ شیعه مذهبه هزارګان، او یو لاریونکی ووژل شو.

په کوټه کې داسي پيښي چي د مذهب یا فرقې سره تړاو لري، ډیري کمي دي، خو اوس کیدای سي د نورو ستونزو سربیره دغه ستونزه هم زور واخلي..

ددغو دواړو پيښو او د هغه وروسته د هزارګانو له خوا د مظاهرو یو څو انځورونه:

۲۹ جولایی ۲۰۱۱

A man holds the feet of his brother, who was killed by unidentified gunmen in a shootout, at a hospital in Quetta July 29, 2011. Seven people were killed and one wounded when two unknown gunmen opened fire at a transport company's office in Quetta, the capital of Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province, police said.

A Pakistani man checks the identity of dead Shiite men in a morgue in Quetta on July 29, 2011 after unidentified gunmen opened fire on a bus stand in southwestern Pakistan on Friday, killing seven Shiite pilgrims waiting to travel to neighbouring Iran. The attack was the latest violence in the province of Baluchistan, which is beset by deadly sectarian conflict, a separatist insurgency and Taliban militant activity.

People carry the dead body of their family member who was shot dead by gunmen, in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday, July 29, 2011. Unidentified gunmen have killed seven passengers at a bus terminal in southwest Pakistan, police  said and injured another 12. Baluchistan is home to a small separatist movement that often targets Pakistanis from other parts of the country living there. Many non-Baluch have left as a result.

A Pakistani policeman checks the site of an attack at a bus stand in Quetta on July 29, 2011 after unidentified gunmen opened fire on a bus stand in southwestern Pakistan on Friday, killing seven Shiite pilgrims waiting to travel to neighbouring Iran. The attack was the latest violence in the province of Baluchistan, which is beset by deadly sectarian conflict, a separatist insurgency and Taliban militant activity.

People mourn the death of a family member in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday, July 29, 2011. Unidentified gunmen have killed seven passengers at a bus terminal in southwest Pakistan, police  said, and another 12 were injured. Baluchistan is home to a small separatist movement that often targets Pakistanis from other parts of the country living there. Many non-Baluch have left as a result.

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۳۰ جولایی ۲۰۱۱

Pakistani policemen inspect a passenger van which carried Shiite Muslims and was attacked by gunmen on the outskirts of Quetta on July 30, 2011. At least ten Shiite Muslims and one other man were killed when gunmen opened fire in an apparent sectarian attack in southwestern Pakistan, police said. The shooting took place on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of oil and gas-rich Baluchistan province, which borders Afghanistan and Iran.

Security officials and a cameraman gather at the site where unidentified gunmen attacked a vehicle in Quetta July 30, 2011. Gunmen opened fire on a vehicle in Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province on Saturday, killing 11 Shi'ite Muslims and wounding three in a suspected sectarian attack, police said.

GRAPHIC CONTENT A Pakistani man grieves for his relative as the bodies of  Shiite Muslim passengers attacked by gunmen lay in a mortuary in Quetta on July 30, 2011. At least ten Shiite Muslims and one other man were killed when gunmen opened fire in an apparent sectarian attack in southwestern Pakistan, police said. The shooting took place on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of oil and gas-rich Baluchistan province, which borders Afghanistan and Iran.

Pakistani Red Crescent aid workers carry a wounded Pakistani Shiite into an ambulance after gunmen opened fire on a passenger van carrying Shiite Muslims in Quetta on July 30, 2011. At least ten Shiite Muslims and one other man were killed when gunmen opened fire in an apparent sectarian attack in southwestern Pakistan, police said. The shooting took place on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of oil and gas-rich Baluchistan province, which borders Afghanistan and Iran.

Pakistani Red Crescent aid workers carry a wounded Pakistani Shiite into an ambulance after gunmen opened fire on a passenger van carrying Shiite Muslims in Quetta on July 30, 2011. At least ten Shiite Muslims and one other man were killed when gunmen opened fire in an apparent sectarian attack in southwestern Pakistan, police said. The shooting took place on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of oil and gas-rich Baluchistan province, which borders Afghanistan and Iran.

Pakistani Shiites burn tires to protest against the killing of Shiites in Quetta on July 30, 2011 after a passenger van carrying Shiite Muslims was attacked by gunmen. At least ten Shiite Muslims and one other man were killed when gunmen opened fire in an apparent sectarian attack in southwestern Pakistan on July 30, police said. The shooting took place on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of oil and gas-rich Baluchistan province, which borders Afghanistan and Iran.

Pakistani Shiites burn tires to protest against the killing of Shiites in Quetta on July 30, 2011 after a passenger van carrying Shiite Muslims was attacked by gunmen. At least ten Shiite Muslims and one other man were killed when gunmen opened fire in an apparent sectarian attack in southwestern Pakistan on July 30, police said. The shooting took place on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of oil and gas-rich Baluchistan province, which borders Afghanistan and Iran.

A man with his face covered walks past vehicles set ablaze by protestors in reaction to a shootout by unidentified gunmen in Quetta July 30, 2011. Gunmen opened fire on a vehicle in Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province on Saturday, killing 11 Shi'ite Muslims and wounding three in a suspected sectarian attack, police said.

Pakistani Shiite Muslims protest against the killing of Shiites in Quetta on July 31, 2011, a day after a passenger van carrying Shiite Muslims was attacked by gunmen. Ten Shiite Muslims and another man were killed on July 30 when gunmen opened fire in an apparent sectarian attack in southwestern Pakistan, police said. Shiite (Shia) Muslims account for about a fifth of Pakistan's 167-million-strong population, which is dominated by Sunni Muslims.

Angry Shiite Muslims burn tires as a protest against the killing of their community members by unidentified gunmen in Quetta, Pakistan Saturday, July 30, 2011. Gunmen opened fire on a minibus carrying minority Shiite Muslims in southwestern Pakistan on Saturday, killing several people in what appeared to be a sectarian attack, police said.

Pakistani Shiite Muslims protest against the killing of Shiites in Quetta on July 31, 2011, a day after a passenger van carrying Shiite Muslims was attacked by gunmen. Ten Shiite Muslims and another man were killed on July 30 when gunmen opened fire in an apparent sectarian attack in southwestern Pakistan, police said. Shiite (Shia) Muslims account for about a fifth of Pakistan's 167-million-strong population, which is dominated by Sunni Muslims.

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