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About Sipah-e-Sahaba

Sipah-e-Sahaba is a terrorist outfit.

In November 08, Pakistans Interior Ministry advisor Rehman Malik said Sipah-e-Sahaba is used by Al Qaeda for carrying on their activities.

Sipah-e-Sahaba in recent news

Sipah-e-Sahaba in News

Pak sectarian groups now 'stronger than ever': Intelligence Bureau
An assessment carried out by Pakistan's Intelligence Bureau (IB) has stated that sectarian groups in the country have grown 'stronger than ever' and pose a grave threat to state and society.

Now, accused in Pak Minorities minister Bhatti's murder case freed for lack of evidence
As in most cases bordering to the sensitive issue of blasphemy in Pakistan, an anti-terrorism court in Rawalpindi has released an accused in the high profile Shahbaz Bhatti blasphemy murder case, due to lack of evidence.

'Defiant' JuD backed DPC openly protests against re-opening NATO supply routes
The Jamaat-ud- Dawa backed Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) has once again openly staged a protest demonstration outside the press club against the re-opening of NATO supply routes.

Pakistan bans three more religious charity organizations
The Pakistan Government has banned three other religious charity organisations working in the country.

Pak banned Ahl-e-Sunnat Wal Jamat on US directive: Ludhianvi
The Ahl-e-Sunnat Wal Jamat (ASWJ) has said the Pakistan government imposed a ban on it on the directives of the United States. These attempts at banning ASWJ are on the directives of the USA," The Express Tribune quoted ASWJ chairperson Maulana Ahmad Ali Ludhianvi, as saying.

Pakistan bans country's largest extremist group Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamaat
Pakistan's largest Islamic extremist group Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamaat has described the government's move to ban the group as preposterous.

'Jihadit' organizations like Difa-e-Pakistan now on the rise in Pak
Jihadis urge for resurgence seem to be gaining momemtum in Pakistan, with reports saying that the Difa-e-Pakistan Council (Defence of Pakistan Council) movement has strengthened its hold across the country and their leaders seem unperturbed by serious accusations against them.

Banned terrorist outfits' activities will be hard to stop until Pak Army stops supporting them: Editorial
The activities of banned terrorist outfits will definitely be a humongous task to stop because they were allegedly created and nurtured by Pakistan's military, an editorial has claimed.

Over six in ten high-profile terror suspects acquitted in Pak in 2011
Sixty-three percent (282) of 447 high-profile terrorism cases that had been tried, were acquitted by anti-terrorism courts (ATCs) in Pakistan's Punjab state in 2011.

Pakistan Occupied Kashmir is on fire, but do we care?
In Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan's only Shia dominated province ethnic cleansing is being carried out systematically, away from media glare and international attention. Hundreds of Shia Muslims staged a protest in front of the Lahore Press Club on April 10th urging the media to pressurize the Pakistani government to stop the atrocities on its community in Gilgit Baltistan

Wanted dead or alive - Well, not quite
Once again, Pakistan's most treasured jehadi jewel, Hafiz Saeed, the leader of the Jamat ut Dawa, listed by the U.S. as a Foreign Terrorist Organisation, and the ideological patron of the rabidly anti-Indian terrorist organisation, Lashkar e Tayyaba (LeT), is in the limelight. This follows the U.S

Pakistan - The new kid on the block - The Difa-e-Pakistan
They are there on web pages, on FaceBook and Twitter and, using the latest technology, wish to push their society back to the Dark Ages. This is the creed of the newly formed Difa-e-Pakistan Committee -Defence of Pakistan Committee (DPC)

Banned Sipah-e-Sahaba killers of Shahbaz Bhatti to be brought to book: Malik
Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said red warrants on Shahbaz Bhatti's killers have been issued, and they would be brought to book soon.

Pak asks Afghanistan to give evidence over Islamabad group's role in Kabul blast
Pakistan has called on Afghanistan to provide evidence on the extremist group, Lashkar-i-Jhangvi's role in the December 6 twin bombing that killed 59 people in Kabul.

Afghan bomb blast toll rises to 78 in 24 hours
The death toll in bombings in Afghanistan has risen to 78 in just 24 hours, even as the Karzai Government continues to blame Pakistan for the attacks.

Pak govt's lifting of JuD ban slammed as giving 'license to jihad' by Islamic ideologue
A member of the Council of Islamic Ideology in Pakistan has slammed the government for allowing the Jamaat-ud-Dawa to collect Eid donations, saying it is clearly evident that 'such militant organisations follow the government's agenda and function with its support'.

Hafeez Sayeed's JuD not on Pak list of banned terror groups: Lawyer
Jammat-ud-Dawah (JuD) leader Hafeez Sayeed's lawyer A K Dogar said on Monday that the outfit has never been banned in Pakistan in reponse to the Pakistan Government releasing a new list of 31 banned terror outfits that did not include the JuD.

Brit diplomats lobby for JuD crackdown in Pak on India's insistence
British diplomats have met senior Pakistani officials to convince them to crack down on Jamat ud Dawa (JuD), the charity wing of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant group, on India's insistence.

Eight members of minority Shia community killed in Quetta explosion
At least eight people belonging to Pakistan's minority Shia community have been killed in an explosion in Quetta.

Pak releases list of 31 banned organizations, excluding Jamaatud Dawa
The Pakistan interior ministry has released a list of 31 banned organizations, excluding Jamaatud Dawa.

Bomb blast: Too early to say Varanasi was the work of Pak-based Jehadis
Investigating authorities looking into the December 8 bomb explosion in Varanasi, have not yet arrived at the conclusion that the attack was the handiwork of Pakistan-based terror groups.

Pak announces 10-million-rupee reward for spying against Taliban
The Pakistan Government has announced a reward of ten million rupees to anyone providing information about the Taliban.

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