Muslims attack Church in Kanwanlit village, Daska sub-district of Sialkot in Punjab province of Pakistan.
04 Feb 2006
The Sangla Hill Church attack shock among Christians of Pakistan was not a memory when Muslims attacked Kanwanlit church in same Punjab province on February 3, 2006 before Friday prayers.
The Muslim women were also used in attack who injured Christian women to picture this attack a minor scuffle among Christian-Muslim communities.
The village Kanwanlit is few miles from Daska Town and in vicinity of Daska Saddar Police Station.
The Muslims attacked Kawanlit Church at 10:00 AM and damaged Church windows, door and altar. The attackers also desecrated Holy Bibles and hymn books in the church and spited on them after putting under their feet.
On this church attack, Muslim women were equipped with firearms along with Muslim men to threaten Christians of this village.
Christian women Verro and Salima were seriously injured when Muslim men encircled them and asked Muslim women to teach them lesson. They broke Christian women Vero's both legs and Muslim men kept Christian men away on gunpoint.
The police reached on incident after church attack when Muslim attackers have finished their holy job to punish Christians to whom they consider infidel according to Islam and liable to be killed.
The church was built 20 years ago when one Muslim family claimed church property only last year.