Pakistani artists perform dhamaal at Sehwan shrine after suicide attack - Hindustan Times

Noted Pakistani dancer Sheema Kermani, who is trained in Indian classical dance forms such as Kathak and Odissi, performs 'dhamaal' at the Sufi shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sindh province days after a suicide attack claimed by the Islamic State ...and more »

After Sehwan - DAWN.com

IT'S obviously a tale of stark contrasts, as any number of commentators have pointed out since the suicide bombing that claimed some 90 lives last Thursday at the shrine of a 12th-century saint at Sehwan in Sindh. As a spiritual guide, the man known as ...and more »

Sehwan's “ultimate guardian” shrine bounces back after suicide attack - TRT World

The bombing claimed by Daesh at the centuries-old shrine in Pakistan is part of a series of terrorist attacks around the country in which over 100 people have died last week alone. Photo by: Reuters. Despite the trauma of Thursday's suicide bombing at ...and more »

The Sufi must sing - Kasmir Monitor

Previously these people were very economically powerful in this area, and as they worshipped idols, the illiterate Muslims here became infected with Hindu practices. All over Pakistan this is the case, but Sindh is much the worst. Our job is to bring ...and more »

Pakistan: UN condemns deadly terrorist attack on Sufi shrine in Sindh province - UN News Centre

16 February 2017 – The United Nations has condemned the terrorist attack on worshippers at a Sufi shrine in Sehwan, in Sindh, Pakistan, today, which reportedly left dozens dead and hundreds injured, and for which the Islamic State in Iraq and the ...and more »

Blast rips through shrine in Pakistan, 100 feared dead - Times of India

KARACHI: Nearly 100 people were killed and several injured tonight when an Islamic State suicide bomber blew himself up inside the crowded shrine of revered Sufi Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan town, some 200 KM northeast of Karachi, in a string of ...and more »

Pakistan witnesses a tragic Thursday - The Hindu

A Pakistani mother mourns, along with others, over the coffin of her son Zeeshan, 13, during his funeral in the town of Sehwan in Sindh province, some 200 km north-east of on February 17, 2017, after a bomb blew up in the shrine of the 13th century ...and more »

The fight Pakistan must wage within - The Hindu

A man mourns the death of a relative who was killed in a suicide blast at the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine, IN Pakistan's southern Sindh province. | Photo Credit: REUTERS · Husain Haqqani. February 18, 2017 00:04 IST. Updated: February 17, 2017 23:37 ...and more »

In Pakistan, tolerant Islamic voices are being silenced - The Guardian

The Sehwan Sharif shrine, the day after a suicide bomb attack that killed nearly 90 people. Photograph: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on ...and more »

Pakistan shrine attack - No place for 'soft Islam' in a hard country - Deutsche Welle

Over 70 people have died in a suicide attack on a shrine in the southern Sindh province. The attack, claimed by the so-called "Islamic State" group, indicates that the militants consider pluralistic Islam a threat. PAKISTAN Sehwan Anschlag auf Sufi ...and more »