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Attack on Pentecostals in India

Catholic World News - August 08, 2014

Ten Hindu radicals attacked a home in which a Pentecostal minister was praying with a man and his family, according to an AsiaNews report.

The radicals used iron bars as they assaulted those present in the home.

The attack took place in Perur, a neighborhood of Coimbatore in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

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  • Posted by: virgy5944 - Aug. 09, 2014 11:07 AM ET USA

    This is shocking. I would not believe that Hindus are taught to be violent. It appears that this is not about religion but a breakdown of society itself.

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