Pakistan Establishment warns ISIS attacks on Christian is horrifying; LEAD
23 Sep 2015
According to Gatestone Institute the Pakistani government and military have warned the nation's tiny Christian minority that Islamic terrorist groups plan to target Christian religious institutions in the near future. The wave of anti-Christian attacks will allegedly include Pakistan's Christian churches, schools, and hospitals.
The wave of anti-Christian campaign is already in action and blasphemy laws and other discriminatory policies were and will be carried out by Islamic groups and persons who will adopt and forged an alliance with the more extremist and brutal Islamic State (ISIS) cells that have already entered Pakistan and in action under other names and banners against religious minorities.
The concern about the ISIS Plans Terrorist attacks against Christians spread overall social media which arrives in the minds of individuals and many asking about it from Sardar Mushtaq Gill, Human Rights Defender and Advocate High Court who heads LEAD, an advocacy group working for Pakistani persecuted Church and campaigning for religious liberty.
Yesterday Pakistani Christians across the globe are mourning their lost and injured on the 2nd anniversary of the Peshawar twin bomb attack which killed more than 100 people and injured more than 250, an incident labelled the worst attack on Christians in the nation.
In recently, the Christian exodus from Pakistan is driven by visceral hatred and a fanatical disregard for the rights of minorities. In a country where the brave defender Minister for Minorities, Shahbaz Bhatti, can be murdered in broad daylight, where churches are bombed, where an illiterate woman can be sentenced to death of alleged blasphemy charges, where a husband and wife can be burnt alive in front of their young children by an enraged Muslim mob, and where there is a culture of impunity which rarely leads to those responsible being brought to justice and to punish, it is little wonder that many Christians are fleeing for their lives. It doubly compounds their suffering when mob burnt Christian homes and when international community does not take it seriously to stand with them.