Friday, 25 March 2016

Muslim Shop Keeper Brutally Murdered After Posting Heartfelt Easter Message To Christian Friends On Social Media


A Muslim shopkeeper has been stabbed to death in the street - just four hours after posting heartfelt Easter message on social media. Asad Shah, 40, was knifed and had his head stamped on in a shocking attack outside his Glasgow newsagents just after 9pm last night.

The shocking murder came just hours after deeply religious Asad, who was keen to reach out from the Muslim community to his Christian neighbours. Asad, who was originally from the Pakistani city of Rabwah, posted the kind Easter wishes on Facebook at 5.10pm last night - four hours before he was murdered.

Messages revealed he was today due to be hosting a Google hangout with Christian friends about the importance of Easter. The last post he made before his death read: "Good Friday and a very Happy Easter, especially to my beloved Christian nation." He added: "Let's follow the real footstep of beloved holy Jesus Christ and get the real success in both worlds."

Asad was stabbed to death and stamped on outside his newsagents in a horror attack last night

He was tragically attacked outside his shop on Minard Road in Shawlands by two men, according to locals. One of the thugs allegedly stamped on the dying 40-year-old as he lay bleeding. Locals revealed Asad was left kneeling in his own blood at the side of the road after the cruel attackers ran off.

The peace-loving Muslim man posted a heartfelt message to Christian friends on Facebook hours before he was murdered