Christian killed in Rawalpindi, Church set on fire in Shakargrah, homes attacked and families beaten in different cities of Pakistan by fundamental Muslims.
02 Oct 2001
"Last week, during an anti-American demonstration in this ramshackle Rawalpindi, five Christian families were dragged from their homes and beaten by a mob," On the night of the (Sept. 11 tragedy) attack, the Christian owner of a Local restaurant serv
From Quetta date line (AP) have reported the fear of attacks by Christians from Muslim groups when social boycott from their Muslim friends is signal of dire consequences during attacks of allied forces against terrorism in Afghanistan.
According to Post correspondent from Lahore, Muslims set on fire a church in vicinity of Jassar police station in distinct Shakagrah. Rev. sharif Mash, the pastor in charge of the church, prevented the Muslim mob to respect the church but was beaten in response.
Its also reported that Muslims attacked on FC college Lahore and attempted to set on blaze during strike call by religious parties on Sept. 27, but property was saved by the intervention of administration.
In district Gujranwala the Post correspondent also reports the attacks on two churches.