6 Muslim employees of Christian agency murdered in Pakistan
March 12, 2010
Throwing grenades, between 15 and 20 armed men stormed a World Vision office in northwestern Pakistan on March 10. The suspected Taliban members then robbed the staff, killed six aid workers, and set off a bomb. All six of the murdered employees of the Christian relief agency were Muslims.
The Christian faithful flocked to the Catholic cathedral in Lahore to pray for the victims and their families.
- Faithful in prayer for victims of World Vision attack (Fides)
- World Vision: Pakistan attack 'brutal and senseless' (Mission Network News)
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