In Teerah organization Lashkar-e-Islam suicide attack on the center, 20 people killed.

In Teerah organization Lashkar-e-Islam suicide attack on the center, 20 people killed.

Tānk : Pakistan | Mar 02, 2012 at 7:59 PM PST
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Pakistan suicide bombing update

Tribal area in the Khyber agency officials say that religious extremist organization Lashkar-e-Islam, the center alleged in a suicide attack near the 20 people have been killed. An official of the Khyber agency political administration has confirmed that the incident of Teerah Valley on Friday nhqy remote mountainous region.

He said that the alleged suicide attack in the area and located in the center of Lashkar-e-Islam entered the house and blew himself up.Officials said that in the explosion at least 20 extremists were killed and three were injured. According to the official, the explosion in the center of Lashkar-e-Islam militant was present a large number of Lashkar-e-Islam, however, a spokesman for the phone call to journalists in the attack confirmed the killing of the his six companions .

The banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan Darra Adam Khel group claimed the responsibility of this attack, spokesman of the Movement Mohammad the BBC on telephone and said that two months ago in the infield 11 colleagues were killed by Lashkar-e-Islam and today it was the reaction of the attack. It is thought that some time in the Khyber agency two banned organizations and Pakistan Taliban movement Lashkar-e-Islam, which is continuing clashes between till now in many fighters from both sides killed.

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In Teerah organization Lashkar-e-Islam suicide attack on the center, 20 people killed.
In Teerah organization Lashkar-e-Islam suicide attack on the center, 20 people killed. .
SulmanKashif is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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