Muslim mob attacks worshipers and injured dozens in Church in Dijkot, Punjab.


Pakistan: June 19, 2007. A mob of Muslims equipped with firearms and sticks attacked Christian worshipers and injured dozens of men, women and children. The attackers were backed by area Council Chief of administration and police turned blind eye to stop Muslim attackers in remote village of district Faisalabad. The bullets were fired to threaten Christian worshipers and a baton was charged on unarmed women and children in Church courtyard. Police have not registered any case against the Muslims and medical aid was denied to injure Christians by the local hospital. PCP is contacting Christian residents of village, Chack Number 243 for more details and pictures of the injured. It is learned that majority of Christians of this village have left their homes for safety of life after attack of June 18, as they fear more attacks by Muslims.

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