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Pakistan: more Muslim reprisals for burning of Qur'an in Florida

Catholic World News - March 28, 2011

Two Christians were killed and churches burned in Pakistan as militant Muslims continued to assault the local Christians, in a campaign of vengeance that was triggered by the news that a Florida fundamentalist pastor had burned a copy of the Qur'an.

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  • Posted by: imanxufan9901 - Mar. 29, 2011 6:33 AM ET USA

    I'm so tired of hearing that these are peaceful people. In fact they use any excuse to kill and burn.

  • Posted by: Obregon - Mar. 28, 2011 11:46 PM ET USA

    Why should innocent Christians die because of a fool in Florida?

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