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Muslims seize Christian chapel in Pakistan

CWN - October 25, 2010

A group of 20 Muslims has illegally occupied a Presbyterian chapel in the northern Pakstani city of Rawalpindi, according to the Fides news agency. Local Christians responded with a nonviolent protest that blocked traffic in parts of the city.

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  • Posted by: Justin8110 - Oct. 25, 2010 10:07 AM ET USA

    Where's the international news media, celebs and politicians raising a stink about this the way they did about the mere threat to burn a few Korans? The reason that all the above mentioned people bow down at the altar of Mohammed is because Muslims have proven throughout history that they take seriously any mockery of them or their religion while Christians don't do much of anything.

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