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Friday 27 September 2013

Christians demonstrate across Pakistan after the recent suicide bomb attack on a Peshawar Church

Coffins for the deceased.

Protesters call for better protection.

Lahore: Today in press release ,LEAD demands judicial probe into All Saints Peshawar Cathedral Church attack in the city in which more than 84 innocent Christians were killed and more than 150 injured.LEAD's Chief and President PCC Punjab, Sardar Mushtaq Gill advocate on Friday demanded a high level commission of Supreme Court to probe the twin suicide bombing at a Peshawar Cathedral Church.

He said that anti-Christian religious extremists were involved in the incident to destabilise Church autonomy and  the peace in the country.

He also added that it is wrong to say "there is no religion of terrorists",as we heard that the Tali-ban-linked militant group TTP Jundullah claimed responsibility within hours of the suicidal attack on Church.

"They are the enemies of Islam, therefore we target them," said the group's spokesman, Ahmed Marwat.

"We will continue our attacks on non-Muslims on Pakistani land."

Christians make up less than 3% of the population in the South Asian nation of 193 million.Some Islamic religious extremists want to make Pakistan 100% Muslim population country and declare it the fortress of Islam so that's why they wish to kill Christians of Pakistan and attack on them.

"Such cruel acts of terrorism reflect the brutality and inhumane mindset of the religious extremists,'' and "such mindset creates insecurity in mind of Christian due to which they are leaving Country." told Gill.

Christians demonstrated in cities around Pakistan to protest against the violence and demand better protection from the authorities but in vain.

In Pakistan every Muslim has right to say right or wrong and false or true about other religion and its books and faith,but if some Christian or any other non-Muslim will say any thing against their faith or Islami book then it is punishable under anti-blasphemy laws and other Islamic laws.

On Secular Pakistani TV Channels,there are some programs in which openly Muslim ulmas and common people say against Christian faith and Holy Bible but no law of land comes into motion against them.

We will be in threats and warning to be killed if we continue to support blasphemy accused and other Christian victims of violence created by Muslims.

Pakistani Christians lawyers protested against Church bombings at Press Club Lahore and demanded Army Operation against Tali-ban.

Advocate Sardar Mushtaq Gill National Director LEAD ,who himself under life threats, demanded strong action against the religious extremists.

''Our state and our intelligence agencies are so weak that anybody can kill anyone anytime.It is a shame,'' told Gill.

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