Pakistani Christians burnt alive, sparking protests

August 3, 2009

Christian minorities in Pakistan protest against sectarian violence that saw seven burnt alive in their homes at the weekend. See our video report here.

UPDATE: Here is our report on Monday about Christian schools closing down for three days to mourn the deaths. Here is the original report on the attack.

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Is this a surprise? The same religion that asks (Or rather nervily demands)for understanding in non-moslem nations accepts no;divergence in the nations it rules. Read their bible – it is clear as to where non-moslems stand in their scheme of things and it is not pretty.

This is a case of one tribal religion against another tribal religion.

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