A Pakistani killed in Denmark on Eid ul Fitr

A Pakistani killed in Denmark on Eid ul Fitr

Copenhagen : Denmark | Aug 30, 2011 at 10:47 AM PDT
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A man was going for Eid-ul-Fitre prayers in Denmark today, he was killed by firing outside mosque in Denmark. Danish Police has confirmed the death and identified that murderer person was Muslim and its nationality was Pakistani.

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A Pakistani killed in Denmark on Eid ul Fitr
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