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Monday, 16 August 2010

August 11 – A day to Raise the Voice of Voiceless Pakistani Christians” – Protest in The Hague (Netherlands)

I received a report for the Dutch Pakistani Christian Black Day Protest from Watson Gill:

Pakistani Christians in Netherlands held a “Peaceful Protest Gathering” on Wednesday August 11, 2010 at 2:00pm in front of Pakistan Embassy in The Hague to raise the voice of suffering Christians of Pakistan, as they have been suffering the violence, discrimination and terror in the land of their birth for decades.

The Pakistani Dutch Christian community leadership has decided not to meet any of the Pakistani government officials at the Embassy to hand over the traditional petition in order to show the deep concern that their formally-written requests have given no response in the past.

After recording their protest and peaceful demonstration protesters marched to Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague, led by Watson Gill, Johnson William, Robin Javed Gill, Morris and other prominent figures of the Pakistani Dutch Christian community, to present the petition, supporting the repeal of the blasphemy law in Pakistan, to the Foreign Ministry officials.

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