Sectarian violence: Shia doctor gunned down in Peshawar

The Muslim Times’ Editor for Pakistan

Credit: Xpress Tribune

Published: January 22, 2013

PESHAWAR: In an apparent incident of sectarian violence, a Shia doctor was gunned down in Peshawar on Tuesday afternoon at his clinic in Liaqat Bazaar, Saddar.

Eyewitnesses said that they heard several gunshots minutes after three men entered Dr Shahnawaz Ali’s clinic. When they rushed to the clinic, they found him dead with a bullet wound to his head.

The attackers managed to flee after the incident.

“Our team has reached the clinic and they are inspecting the crime scene. No FIR has been registered so far,” an official of the West Cantt police station told The Express Tribune.  More

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  1. la hawla wa la quatta illa billah
    I pray for shia’s and sunni’s to come to know the real Imam of the age Mirza ghulam ibn al murtada Ahmad(as) to resolve their conflict and help them become true muslims under one Allah , One Book, One rasool, One qibla , One Imam who will teach them the real meaning of peace and one brotherhood and mercy for the rest of mankind .
    may allah taala open their hearts and minds to see the light , I wish they stop using Ahlulbayt(as) and sahaba (ra)as an excuse to attack one another and while they read the same holy book.

    la hawla wa la quatta illa billah al azeem

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