Brother of slain Pakistani Christian leader continues work for tolerance
CWN - May 05, 2011
A Christian adviser to Pakistan’s prime minister hopes to make Muslims realize that true religious faith “does not admit such alternatives” as violence against Christians.
Paul Bhatti—who replaced his slain brother, Shahbaz Bhatti, as adviser to the prime minister on religious minorities—told the AsiaNews service that he is working to counteract Islamic extremism through education. “My task is to continue my brother’s work,” Paul Bhatti said.
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