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Sunni volunteers to protect Pakistan Shia mourners during Muharram

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Islamabad, Oct 11, IRNA – In a sign of sectarian harmony, Sunni Muslims in some parts of Pakistan have volunteered to escort mourning processions in the country during Muharram.


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