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8. The Ismaili Community

Ismaili Boy Murders Muslim Girl, Commits Suicide

The incident took place at Gulshan-e-Fatima in Garden East, Karachi when 16-year-old Ismaili boy Nauroz used a pistol and shot his paramour Saba Bashir, before shooting himself on Tuesday morning (September 1, 2015).

The 16-year-old boy belonged to the Ismaili Community while the girl, 15, was from the Hazara.

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A Facebook profile screenshot of the boy. His alleged message “Tomorrow I will die” also appears on his page. (Image Courtesy: ARY News)

A screenshot of the Facebook profile of the girl — is a photograph of Indian actors Emran Hashmi and Vidya Balan from the recent film ‘Humari Adhuri Kahani’

A screenshot of the Facebook profile of the girl — is a photograph of Indian actors Emran Hashmi and Vidya Balan from the recent film ‘Humari Adhuri Kahani’. (Image Courtesy: ARY News)

A glaring difference in both of the above profiles shows that the girl was not prepared for the incident.

Police claimed that letters were found from the class wherein the boy had asked girl to bring pistol of his father plus two suicide notes. All of them appear to have been written in the same handwriting in an effort to dismiss the murder-suicide case as a ‘mutually planned’ one. Here are all three of them:

Note from the Ismaili murderer asking the girl to arrange a gun. Why would such a request be made in writing? (Image Courtesy: ARY News)

Note from the Ismaili murderer asking the girl to arrange a gun. Why would such a request be made in writing? (Image Courtesy: ARY News)

Why would the boy request the girl to bring the gun, in writing? Weren’t they on talking terms?

Suicide note written by the Ismaili murderer. (Courtesy: ARY News)

Suicide note written by the Ismaili murderer. (Image Courtesy: ARY News)

Suicide note allegedly written by the Muslim girl who was murdered. (Image Courtesy: ARY News)

Suicide note allegedly written by the Muslim girl who was murdered. (Image Courtesy: ARY News)

Meanwhile on the media and on the internet, the Ismaili community has been trying its best to keep the Ismaili identity of the murderer irrelevant to his act.

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Here is another one:

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