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PESHAWAR: Hundreds of students protesting against a French magazine for publishing cartoons of Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) stormed a Christian boys’ school demanding it close, officials and police said Tuesday.

Four students were slightly hurt in the incident in which took place in Bannu on Monday, which happened as students from local colleges and schools demonstrated against the cartoons printed in French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.

“A group of some 200 to 300 protesting students entered Panel High School after jumping its outer walls and forcibly opened the gates,” school principal Fredrick Farhan Das told AFP.

He said the students who wanted the school to be shut damaged the property and smashed windows.

“This caused kind of a stampede, which slightly injured four students,” Das said.

He said the school remained closed on Tuesday in protest against the incident and will re-open on Wednesday.

District police officer Abdul Rashid Khan confirmed the incident but said it was not thought to be an anti-Christian attack.

Two gunmen stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo earlier this month, killing 12 people.

Under the country’s strict blasphemy laws, insulting Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) can carry the death penalty, and the country’s prime minister and parliament have strongly condemned the publication of the cartoons.

At least three people were injured on January 16 when protesters and police clashed at an anti-Charlie Hebdo demonstration outside the French consulate in Karachi.
Charlie Hebdo protesters storm Christian boys’ school in Bannu – The Express Tribune

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PESHAWAR: Hundreds of students protesting against a French magazine for publishing cartoons of Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) stormed a Christian boys’ school demanding it close, officials and police said Tuesday.

Four students were slightly hurt in the incident in which took place in Bannu on Monday, which happened as students from local colleges and schools demonstrated against the cartoons printed in French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.

“A group of some 200 to 300 protesting students entered Panel High School after jumping its outer walls and forcibly opened the gates,” school principal Fredrick Farhan Das told AFP.

He said the students who wanted the school to be shut damaged the property and smashed windows.

“This caused kind of a stampede, which slightly injured four students,” Das said.

He said the school remained closed on Tuesday in protest against the incident and will re-open on Wednesday.

District police officer Abdul Rashid Khan confirmed the incident but said it was not thought to be an anti-Christian attack.

Two gunmen stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo earlier this month, killing 12 people.

Under the country’s strict blasphemy laws, insulting Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) can carry the death penalty, and the country’s prime minister and parliament have strongly condemned the publication of the cartoons.

At least three people were injured on January 16 when protesters and police clashed at an anti-Charlie Hebdo demonstration outside the French consulate in Karachi.
Charlie Hebdo protesters storm Christian boys’ school in Bannu – The Express Tribune

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Why don't they storm the French Embassy instead?Don't have balls enough for that?
What did Christian Boys school do?They didn't publish those Cartoons.
 

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false news and false photo, there was no storm in any school of Bannu.


Game is not that simple... that idiots start falling from sky with departure of Zardari.
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In this photo, a protesting student carry a placard with text "Curse on you Charlie" during a rally in Karachi. — AFP/File
PESHAWAR: Hundreds of students protesting against a French magazine for publishing blasphemous cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) stormed a Christian boys' school demanding its closure, officials and police said Tuesday.

Four students were slightly hurt in the incident in the town of Bannu on Monday, which happened as students from local colleges and schools demonstrated against the cartoons printed in French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.

“A group of some 200 to 300 protesting students entered Panel High School after jumping its outer walls and forcibly opened the gates,” school principal Fredrick Farhan Das said.

Protests continue across Pakistan
He said the students who wanted the school to be shut damaged the property and smashed windows.

“This caused kind of a stampede, which slightly injured four students,” Das said.

He said the school remained closed on Tuesday in protest against the incident and will re-open on Wednesday.

District police officer Abdul Rashid Khan confirmed the incident but said it was not thought to be an anti-Christian attack.

Two gunmen stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo earlier this month, killing 12 people.

The magazine then published a “survivors” issue with another cover, triggering a wave of angry condemnation and protest in Muslim-majority countries across the world.

At least three people were injured on January 16 when protesters and police clashed at an anti-Charlie Hebdo demonstration outside the French consulate in Karachi.

Anti-Charlie Hebdo protesters storm Bannu Christian school - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

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false news and false photo, there was no storm in any school of Bannu.


Game is not that simple... that idiots start falling from sky with departure of Zardari.
I can't verify your claim but even if true, i still call "Muslims" going apes over this issue. They should come into senses and should stop barking back on barking dogs as it will yield no result other than making them idiots.
 

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BTW.. there is another thread running where it says international Shia militia killed 70 Muslims in Iraq but there every one is feeling proud !!!
 

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again false news and false photo... grow up propagandist.
More fake news, Ottoman troll:


Arif Ali—AFP

POLICE SAY THE ATTACK ON THE BOYS’ SCHOOL DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE ANTI-CHRISTIAN.
Hundreds of students protesting against French magazine Charlie Hebdo for publishing cartoons of Islam’s Prophet stormed a Christian boys’ school on Monday, demanding it close, said officials and police.

Four students were slightly hurt in the incident in Bannu, which happened as students from local colleges and schools demonstrated against the cartoons printed in Charlie Hebdo. “A group of some 200 to 300 protesting students entered Panel High School after jumping its outer walls and forcibly opened the gates,” said school principal Fredrick Farhan Das. He said the students who wanted the school to be shut damaged the property and smashed windows. “This caused kind of a stampede, which slightly injured four students,” Das said.

He said the school remained closed on Tuesday in protest against the incident and will re-open on Wednesday.

District police officer Abdul Rashid Khan confirmed the incident but said it was not thought to be an anti-Christian attack.

Two Islamist gunmen stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo earlier this month, killing 12 people. The magazine then published a “survivors” issue with an image of Islam’s Prophet weeping on the cover, triggering a wave of angry condemnation and protest in Muslim-majority countries across the world including Pakistan.

Under Pakistan’s blasphemy laws, insulting Islam’s Prophet can carry the death penalty, and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Parliament have strongly condemned the publication of the cartoons. At least three people were injured on Jan. 16 when protesters and police clashed at an anti-Charlie Hebdo demonstration outside the French consulate in Karachi.
‘Charlie Hebdo’ Protesters Storm Bannu School ‹ Newsweek Pakistan
 

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I can't verify your claim but even if true, i still call "Muslims" going apes over this issue. They should come into senses and should stop barking back on barking dogs as it will yield no result other than making them idiots.
I agree... there´s no reason to protest in Pakistan... but what is classified as protest? 25 jahil people marching?

More fake news, Ottoman troll:


Arif Ali—AFP

POLICE SAY THE ATTACK ON THE BOYS’ SCHOOL DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE ANTI-CHRISTIAN.
Hundreds of students protesting against French magazine Charlie Hebdo for publishing cartoons of Islam’s Prophet stormed a Christian boys’ school on Monday, demanding it close, said officials and police.

Four students were slightly hurt in the incident in Bannu, which happened as students from local colleges and schools demonstrated against the cartoons printed in Charlie Hebdo. “A group of some 200 to 300 protesting students entered Panel High School after jumping its outer walls and forcibly opened the gates,” said school principal Fredrick Farhan Das. He said the students who wanted the school to be shut damaged the property and smashed windows. “This caused kind of a stampede, which slightly injured four students,” Das said.

He said the school remained closed on Tuesday in protest against the incident and will re-open on Wednesday.

District police officer Abdul Rashid Khan confirmed the incident but said it was not thought to be an anti-Christian attack.

Two Islamist gunmen stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo earlier this month, killing 12 people. The magazine then published a “survivors” issue with an image of Islam’s Prophet weeping on the cover, triggering a wave of angry condemnation and protest in Muslim-majority countries across the world including Pakistan.

Under Pakistan’s blasphemy laws, insulting Islam’s Prophet can carry the death penalty, and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Parliament have strongly condemned the publication of the cartoons. At least three people were injured on Jan. 16 when protesters and police clashed at an anti-Charlie Hebdo demonstration outside the French consulate in Karachi.
‘Charlie Hebdo’ Protesters Storm Bannu School ‹ Newsweek Pakistan
Ottomon gives you pain enough... i understand but all the 3 pictures you posted does not show Bannu neither any storm and neither they from same date and place.
 

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It does happened but they didn't went inside the school as far as i know

Panel high school majority of Students are muslims,and yes,it is among the best school in Bannu
 

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It does happened but they didn't went inside the school as far as i know

Panel high school majority of Students are muslims,and yes,it is among the best school in Bannu
so it was no storm as i expected.... :)


This look like valentine day rather than protest.
 

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