Those who belonged to Shia sect were taken aside and later shot dead in cold blood.
The total killed were 22, including four Sunni Muslims, who protested and pressed the terrorists not to kill innocent Shia Muslims.
One Sajjad who luckily saved his life said that fellow Sunni passengers did a good job by saving many lives otherwise all Shias would have been brutally murdered.
The terrorists even beat Sunni passengers and forced them to help in identifying Shias so that they could kill them.
In spite of that, the Sunnis did not cooperate with them, he added. (Complete news)
Things which give me hope that we can get through these turbulent times. Huge admiration for those brave souls who even sacrificed their own lives trying to protect the innocent. I cannot even imagine the level of bravery these people had!
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- 1800km said: I was upset and desvastated to hear the shia killings days back. Something so inhumane and yet it goes on unscathed and fearlessly like a everyday routine, once, twice a month. Thank you for this news. Truly like a hope in a very unsettling storm.
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