Muhammad Abbas Qadri

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Muhammad Abbas Qadri
Ameer of the Sunni Tehreek
In office
2001 – 11 April 2006
Preceded byMufti Muhammad Saleem Qadri
Succeeded bySarwat Ejaz Qadri
Personal details
Died11 April 2006
Nishtar Park
Political partySunni Tehreek

Muhammad Abbas Qadri (died 11 April 2006) was a Pakistani Barelvi Muslim rights activist and politician who led the Sunni Tehreek party from 2001 until his death, as the Ameer after founder Muhammad Saleem Qadri.[1][2][3][4] He was killed in the Nishtar Park Bombing.[5][6][7]


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  3. "Pakistani Sunni leader killed". 2001-05-18. Retrieved 2023-09-01.
  4. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. "Pakistan: The Sunni Jihad Tehrik in Azad Kashmir, including their goals and whether they mistreat Ahmadis". Refworld. Retrieved 2023-09-01.
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  6. "Death toll in Karachi bombing rises to 57". The Mail & Guardian. 2006-04-12. Retrieved 2023-09-01.
  7. "Sunni ultimatum to govt". Retrieved 2023-09-01.

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