Here's a thought
From my Muslim perspective...
Firstly, I think that those foolish doctors found it psychologically difficult to harm or take life. Their chosen profession implies they save lives. But that is very different from making a political protest, which they did, very effectively as it turns out.
If you assume that at least part of our decision making is based on our emotions. How do we feel about an event, an outcome or set of circumstances. You lot in Blightly (I'm in Oz) are emotionally charged about some people trying to make incendiaries of cars and of your govt turning you all into criminals. Maybe you can all be deported down here in chains. Weather's lovely and the water's nice :)
Those doctors and many many Muslims are sick to death of the US/UK/Aust etc justifying military actions which are, definitively killing other Muslims. The bitterness and anger at the actions of these governments is real and palpable. Most of us, somehow, continue to function as law abiding citizens but for some, the emotion can and does push them to make choices they otherwise would not.
Is this hard to understand? The US emotional reaction to 911 with under 3000 deaths was to refuse extradition negotiations with the Afghani govt AKA the Taliban, bomb the crap out of the place, killing 10k+ and displacing another million people or so. Then on to Iraq.
So how about you lot in the US and UK go back home, stop killing our people in the name of "liberty" and leave us ignorant Muslims to muddle along as best we can. Deal? Because while you stay in Iraq, Afghanistan and occupy bases in Saudi etc, you will continue to humiliate 1.5 billion people or so and some of those *will* react emotionally, violently. And you will find yourselves with further restrictions as an impotent regime ineffectively tries to plug a breach in a dam, which may become a flood.
PS: The Nazi regime used to call the French Freedom Fighters terrorists. Makes you wonder about perspective.