Posts Tagged ‘ Pakistan ’

Pakistan Islamic Militants Open Fire On Catholic School; Three Injured

Apr 21st, 2015 | By
Pakistani Christians march to protest recent attacks on Christian institutions.

Suspected Islamic militants opened fire on a Catholic school in Pakistan’s city of Lahore Friday, April 17, injuring a Christian student and two security guards, church sources and rights activists said.

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BREAKING NEWS: Brother Christian Rights Activist Shot In Pakistan

Apr 6th, 2015 | By
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A Christian rights official in Pakistan is demanding police protection for himself and family members after his brother was shot and injured following a series of threats and attacks.

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Commission Demands Pakistan Crackdown On Militants After Suicide Blasts

Mar 30th, 2015 | By
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Less than twoweeks after suicide bombers murdered 18 worshippers at two churches in Lahore, Pakistan, the country’s Ecumenical Commission for Human Development has issued its initial report on the atrocity saying it underscores “growing intolerance” towards minority groups. “Recent years…have witnessed an environment of growing intolerance, vigilantism and impunity against various groups, endorsed by the state and sanctioned by the society,” the Commission said in a report obtained by BosNewsLife.

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Religious Tensions Simmer Across Pakistan Following Church Bombings

Mar 17th, 2015 | By
Pakistani Christians mourning the deaths of loved ones killed by Taliban terrorists.

At least 17 people, including two policemen, have succumbed to their injuries from the suicide attacks in Lahore’s Youhanabad area, which targeted Christ Church Youhanabad and St. John’s Catholic Church during Sunday Mass. Christians on Monday (March 16) filled roads to protest against the attacks, and one Christian youth was killed and 15 others were wounded in Lahore as violent protests spread from Youhanabad to other parts of the country.

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BREAKING NEWS: Pope Francis Condemns Church Bombings In Pakistan; 14 Killed

Mar 16th, 2015 | By
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Pope Francis on Sunday, March 15, appealed for peace and solidarity with Pakistan’s “persecuted” Christian minority after bombings at two churches in Lahore left at least 14 people dead and scores of others wounded. He also accused the world of trying to hide the persecution of Christians.

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Pakistan church bombs kill 14 and injure 75 injured in Lahore’s Christian

Mar 15th, 2015 | By
One of the many churches in Lahore, Pakistan. Names of the actual churches bombed are not known at this time

Blasts went off minutes apart in a majority Christian suburb of the eastern city of Lahore. Two churches in Pakistan were targeted, one Catholic and one Protestant, that are very close to each other. It is very doubtful that there will be any arrests

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ISIS Commander In Pakistan Received Funds Through U.S. Sources

Feb 10th, 2015 | By
Islamic State monsters shooting their captives.

Yousaf al Salafi, the Pakistan commander of the Islamic State has confessed during interrogations that he has been receiving funding from sources inside the United States. The terrorist commander was arrested in December and admitted that he was getting money to run his group from American sources. Al Salafi has been recruiting terrorists to fight in Syria.

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Charlie Hebdo Protestors Ransack Christian School in Pakistan, Demand Closure

Feb 3rd, 2015 | By
Infuriated Anti-Charlie Hebdo Protestors Break In A Christian School, Cause Damage To The Building

Protests across Pakistan against a French satire magazine’s cartoons of Islam’s prophet Muhammad led to hundreds of Muslims in a terrorist-infested northwestern province on Monday stormed a Christian school

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Christian Girls, Women, Attacked In Pakistan

Jan 26th, 2015 | By
Pakistan Christians march in protest against religious persecution.

Rights activists say there has been “a dramatic increase” in the number of Christian girls and women facing “brutal assaults” in Pakistan, with local police often refusing to intervene.

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Christian Persecution Worldwide Has Become A Metastasizing Cancer

Jan 24th, 2015 | By
Church destroyed in Aleppo, Syria by Sunni rebels associated with the Free Syrian Army

The “cancer of Christian persecution is metastasizing” in an “epidemic” that is “spreading at an unprecedented rate in modern times,” stated Open Doors USA president David Curry at a January 7 briefing in Washington, DC’s National Press Club. Approximately 100 million Christians are persecuted worldwide, making them one of the most persecuted religious groups in the world

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