PCC and PCP strongly condemn hate material against Pakistan Christian Post published by one Muslim Pakistani Urdu Newspapers from New York.
27 Apr 2006
Philadelphia: April 27, 2006. Dr. Nazir S Bhatti, Founder President of Pakistan Christian Congress and Editor of Pakistan Christian Post has strongly condemned publication of hate material against Pakistan Christian Post by one Pakistani Urdu Weekly
Nazir Bhatti said " Threats can not stop me to raise voice for Christians. I am born Christian and have always defended my faith without fear in Pakistan and abroad and never bargained on principals"
He added that Pakistan Christian Post is an independent news media and has published Christian and Muslim writers on every issue while Pakistani newspapers and media owned by Muslims in Pakistan and in western countries have always neglected Christian persecution in Pakistan and willfully ignored their issues.
Pakistan Christian Post have honor to publish article in which Muslim writers freely expressed Islamic views and criticized Christian faith while Pakistani Muslim media have always negatively discussed Christianity without covering Christian point of view.
There are million of books and articles published by Pakistani Muslims to desecrate Jesus Christ and Holy Bible. The Muslim writers and media has gone to such extent in many writings that never felt fear to damage credibility of Holy Bible and to declare Christians infidel while Christian's views were neglected.
Bhatti said," The protest by few Muslim organizations in New York and publication of hate matter against PCP have hidden connections to threaten me and I will disclose soon"
Nazir Bhatti said" I invite Muslim writers to send their opinion on any article published in PCP and I shall publish it in PCP"
Nazir Bhatti strongly protested on all articles published in Pakistani Muslim Newspapers, Magazines and websites to desecrate Jesus Christ and Holy Bible. He urged Islamic world to unload all material, which is posted to hurt feelings of millions of Christians.
Bhatti said that threats and attempts to kill me by fundamental Muslims and government of Pakistan couldn't end my mission of peace and religious tolerance.