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A Jamaati has waged its own brand of 'holy war' against the neutral policies of the WIKIPEDIA...with changing IDs the activist, rather say warier is changing the face of this and relating article…I have gathered information about the user and further investigations are going on…I warn the user and the group to refrain from damaging the articles and let information with it truest face come to the surface for the global community. They are active especially in the Islamic and topics on terrorism etc. You can observe their history and language in some main topics--for example:
Could somebody put some light on the title "Terrorist Prince" Mr Liaqat Balouch was allegedly given during his university days? This is mentioned in the article. Can any material back this information/accusation?
Dr. Sadaqat Baloch was definitely not a dacoit who was executed in 2000. That's an absurd accusation. Also look at the revisions first "sadaqat baloch the dacoit" was "killed in an encounter" now before I edited it it said he was "executed for murder". Proof that whoever is writing this is pulling it straight out of his ass.