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download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: September 4, along with Real Madrid they are favourites to win the Champions League. if shooting is promoted. 2017 10:20 am Woody Allen’s concert was interrupted midway by feminist activists.as evident from the record number of casualties registered so far in 2013.ism?like communalism in India Zia-ul-Haq implemented a form of Sunnisation in the name of an Islamisation policy that was intended to give him legitimacy after his 1977 coup As a resultthe Shias objected that the taxation policy the Pakistani state was implementing under the garb of officialising zakat was not in tune with their traditionsand they mobilised in large numbers against it in 1980 But they were then galvanised by the 1979 Iranian Revolution that Imam Khomeini was trying to export to Pakistan This external factor resulted in another foreign interventionsince Saudi Arabia reacted immediately by supporting Sunni militant groups while already financing the mujahideens involved in the anti-Soviet jihad in Afghanistan and a proxy war between these two contenders for the leadership of the Muslim world crystallised in Pakistan From the late-1970s till the mid-1980sthis conflict found its translation in political organisations The Tehreek Nafaz-e-Fiqh-e-Jafariya (TNJFa movement for the implementation of Shia jurisprudence) was created in April 1979 in reaction to Zias policybut flourished because of Iranian support And Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSPthe Army of the Companions of the Prophets) was formed in 1985 The latter grew out of the Deobandi-oriented Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI) and enjoyed support from the stateas well as from Saudi Arabia Ten years laterthese political parties were better known for the militias they had been the crucible of An extremist faction of the SSP founded the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (the Army of Jhangvinamed for one of the SSPs co-founders) in 1996and the radical wing of the former TNJF established the Sipah-e-Muhammad Pakistan (SMPthe Army of Muhammad) in the early 1990s These groups have been responsible for targeted killings and blind blasts In this civil war in the makingSunni militants had two kinds of advantages: numbers (Shias are not more than 20 per cent of society in Pakistan)and the safe haven that the Afghan Taliban offered to the LeJ from 1996 onwards By that timeAfghanistan itself had become the theatre of acute sectarianismas evident from the massacre of Shias in Mazar-e-Sharif in 1998 After 2001the fall of Kabul forced the LeJ militants to come back to Pakistanwhere the police and the army eliminated most of the leaders But they have gradually recuperated Firstthey have found refuge in the FATAwhere they have become associated with the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) One of the Pakistani TalibanQari Hussain Mehsudwho was in charge of the suicide cell of the movement by the late-2000shelped the Sunni militants And his cousinHakimullah Mehsudgave to the TTP an explicitly sectarian overtone when he became the commander for the regions of Khyber and Orakzaiwhere the percentage of Shias is above the average He has taken over from Baitullah Mehsud at the helm of the TTP in 2009and the distinction between jihadi activists and sectarian militants has largely lost relevance in the region since SecondlySunni sectarian groups have taken root in their original birthplace: Punjabthe key province of Pakistan Punjab has largely been the crucible of sectarianism for socio-economic reasons Jhang district is a case in point After PartitionShia landlords employed Sunni refugeeswho had left India with next to nothingas tenant farmers As Sunnis improved their level of education and became more urbanisedthey emancipated themselves from their old masters and demanded their place in the sunincluding a share of power Thusin 1992SSP leader Azam Tariq won the Jhang seat in the National Assemblyan unprecedented achievement for a previously marginal political forceall the more as he was re-elected in 1993 He lost his seat in 1997but Jhang remains an SSP stronghold due to Sunni resentment towards Shia dominanceeven after the assassination of Tariq in 2003 But Sunni militancy has also gained momentum in Punjab because of collusion with mainstream parties such asallegedlythe PML-Nwhich is the strongest political force in the province In 2008while sectarian movements had been subject to crackdowns under then President Pervez Musharrafthey reportedly turned to the PML-N for political protection in exchange for electoral support (that ismuscle power) The SSP leaderMuhammad Ahmed Ludhianvideclared that his movement had procured armed support for dozens of PML-N candidates One of the supposed agents of this rapprochement was Rana Sanaullaha former PPP leader who had joined the PML-N He reportedly brought to the party former Sunni militants to cope with his political adversaries more effectively Once elected in 2008he was appointed law minister in the government of Shahbaz Sharif and then repaid his debtand also showed devotion to SSP heroes Thusin February 2010he paid his respects at the tombs of Maulana Haq Nawaz Jhangvithe founder of the SSPand Azam Tariq Re-elected in 2013Sanaullah was reappointed in his cabinet by Shahbaz Sharif whoin addition to lawgave him the local government portfolio a source of additional leverage The Sharif brothers appear naturally inclined to patronise Sunni militants because of their close relations with Saudi Arabiawhere their father had found support after Bhutto nationalised his business in the 1970sand where they have spent seven years in exile after Musharrafs coup Their alleged support for such forces could pose an existential threat to Pakistan Indeedsectarianism implies a vertical split in society especially sincebesides peripheral groups like the Hazaras of Balochistan and the Shias of Gilgit-Baltistanone of the most severely affected areas is the core province of Punjab How can Pakistan remain the unique homeland of the Muslims of the region if there is not onebut two Islams The writer is senior research fellow at CERI-Sciences Po/CNRSParisprofessor of Indian Politics and Sociology at Kings India InstituteLondonand non-resident scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Barack Obama and European leaders on Tuesday warned Russia that they were ready to step up sanctions if there were further violations of a ceasefire agreement in Ukraine officials said The threats came in statements issued after a video conference that brought together Obama and the leaders of Britain France Germany and Italy as well as the head of the European Council The virtual meeting took place amid continuing violence in Ukraine despite the two-week-old ceasefire agreement reached in Minsk "Leaders will be ready to decide on further sanctions if the Minsk agreements are further violated" said a European Union statement that was echoed by one from German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s spokesman The office of French President Francois Hollande said the leaders agreed that a major breach of the agreement would make a "strong reaction from the international community" necessary The United States has also said it is still considering the possibility of sending Kiev weapons The video conference overlapped a speech before a joint session of Congress by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu The speech stirred controversy because it was orchestrated by Obama’s Republican rivals The French statement also said the parties wanted to bolster the resources of monitors from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) a European rights and security watchdog European leaders on Monday said they agreed that the OSCE needed a broader role as observers of the ceasefire agreement and of the removal of weapons The leaders were also to discuss global security issues the White House said before the session Ukraine and Western governments have accused Russia of sending troops and weapons to support separatists in eastern Ukraine despite the peace deal reached on Feb 12 Moscow has denied providing such support On Tuesday Kiev announced its highest casualty toll in several days with three Ukrainian servicemen dead and nine wounded amid pro-Russian shelling Later this week Ukraine’s parliament is expected to back Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s request for international peacekeepers to monitor the conflict That idea however has faced a chilly reception in Europe Besides Hollande and Merkel British Prime Minister David Cameron Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and European Council President Donald Tusk held the call with Obama (Reporting by Susan Heavey Alexandria Sage Carolnie Cropley and Adrian Croft; Writing by Jonathan Oatis; Editing by Doina Chiacu and Lisa Shumaker) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed By: 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