The holy mountain in northern Pakistan is the symbol of the Islamic State group and the militant group has made its home there since 2014.
Since then, the militant organisation has seized large swathes of territory in Afghanistan and Syria.
A holy mountain is a sacred place, with the sacred name of Imam Ali meaning “Great God”.
It’s a place where God’s message is heard and where believers are judged according to the purity of their faith.
A printing facility that prints holy mountains has been in existence for some time, but it’s only been in the past year that a new printer was installed.
Mohammad Iqbal is a member of the group’s religious wing, the Jamaat-e-Islami, which is based in the holy city of Balochistan.
He says the printing facility has been set up in the middle of the holy mountain.
He said the printer would make a holy mountain of whatever size is needed for printing the holy mountains.
Iqba’s printing facility is a small one, only five metres in length, but its size is more than sufficient for printing some holy mountains, such as the holy Qur’an, the Koran and the holy book. “
It is very easy to print the mountains,” he added.
Iqba’s printing facility is a small one, only five metres in length, but its size is more than sufficient for printing some holy mountains, such as the holy Qur’an, the Koran and the holy book.
“This is not a large facility,” Iqbel said.
“There is no need to be concerned about any problem or even inconvenience to our visitors.”
Iqbayl, an imam from Baloch province, said it’s difficult to control what people print on holy mountains and what they print on other sacred places.
“We cannot be a control-freak,” Iqaq said.
Iqaqa said the printers will make only the mountain names that are important to the people of the region.
“You cannot use any names from other places in our country,” he said.
In his view, it’s not the printers fault that the holy places are not used for religious purposes.
“They are only doing this because they are trying to create a place for Muslims to worship and we want to preserve our religion,” he told the BBC.
Iqtab said he hopes the printers can help the region recover from the destruction caused by the Islamic group.
“When the Islamic state came to Balochstan and took over the holy place, they destroyed it completely,” Iqtbal said.
He added that the religious group needs the printers because it can help rebuild and maintain the sacred places, which it says are important for religious and historical reasons.
“Now, we need them to help us rebuild our holy place and we need their help to make sure that the sacred sites are not destroyed,” Iqiq said, adding that it’s important to help rebuild holy places because it’s the only way to avoid the destruction of the sacred place.