Pakistan: Drunk Muslims beat up Christians in their own homes
September 22, 2016
Seven Christians were injured and five hospitalised in Pakistan after they were attacked in their own homes with metal bars by a mob of angry Muslims. The Christians were attacked in Samundri in Faisalabad after a woman asked a group of drunk Muslim men, who were being loud and boisterous in the street, to keep the noise down or move away from her home. According to the British Pakistani Christian Association, these men took offence at the audacity of "ritually impure" Christians making demands on them.
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