HomeNewsHuman InterestBomb blast kills 59 in Pakistani Mosque, OIC mourns

Bomb blast kills 59 in Pakistani Mosque, OIC mourns





The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Sunday condemned the bomb blast in Pakistan which claimed several lives after a bomber detonated explosives near a public procession where people had gathered to mark the birthday of Prophet Mohammad on Friday.

The OIC Secretary General Hussein Ibrahim Taha in a statement expressed his “strongest condemnation of these heinous acts and offered his deepest condolences to the government, the people of Pakistan and the families of the victims.”

The Secretary General reaffirmed the OIC’s stance against “all forms and manifestations of terrorism” and expressed support for Pakistan’s fight against terrorism.

- Advertisement -

Pakistan Mosque Bombing: Death toll rises to 92

On Saturday, the death toll from the blast rose to 59, as the Pakistani government accused India’s intelligence agency of being involved, according to Reuters reports.

It was gathered that the blast tore through a mosque in Mastung in the southern province of Balochistan after a bomber detonated his explosives near a police vehicle where people were gathering for a procession to mark the birthday of the Prophet Mohammad.

- Advertisement -

No group has claimed responsibly for the attack. Pakistan is dealing with a surge of militant attacks amid preparations for national elections in January.

- Advertisement -

We Want Your Kind Support

Reporting the cradle of Islam requires a lot of money. We will not be deterred in our task by bringing to you instant happenings around the world, particularly as it concerns Islam. Keeping all our readers informed and educated is our goal.

Click Here to Join Our WhatsApp Group

For continued free access to in-depth news and detailed information, kindly consider making a modest donation to this noble cause.
Help to sustain reportage of Islam all around the globe and ensure everyone gets free access to it at all times.



Kaaba News E-Magazine



NYSC 7: Our children still in kidnappers den since Aug 17,...

AKWA Ibom state parents whose children were kidnapped along Zamfara Highway August 17, 2023 while traveling to Sokoto State for the National Youth Service...