Pakistan: Christians Told They Can’t Have a Church in Muslim-majority Village
June 5, 2018
Christians in a village in Pakistan’s Punjab province have been told to remove every visible sign of Christianity from their church, six months after being forced to sign a form pledging they would no longer hold services.
The 40 Christian families in Nayya Sarabah (Chak 336) village, part of Toba Tek Singh district near Faisalabad, haven’t held a service since before Christmas.
Read more at: https://www.christianheadlines.com/blog/pakistan-christians-told-they-can-t-have-a-church-in-muslim-majority-village.html
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