Pakistan: Christian families in Kasur hide from angry mobs – charges of Islamic supremacist “blasphemy”

By R.E.A.L. Organization • on July 2, 2009

Pakistan: Christian families in Kasur hide from angry mobs
Pakistan Daily Times reports: “At least 110 Christian families, almost 700 people, were forced on Tuesday night to flee Bahmniwala, a village in Kasur, after angry mobs attacked and threatened to burn their houses for allegedly committing blasphemy”
– “The families sought safety in the fields surrounding their village, even as local mosques urged the Muslims to unite and ‘teach a lesson’ to the Christians, residents told Daily Times”
– “The Christians who returned to their homes found they had no electricity or drinking water the entire day”

—- Pakistan Daily Times follow-up report to:
—- Pakistan – ICC Report: “Muslim Mob Burns Down 100 Christian Homes in Pakistan”