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Church Attack Victims Demand Justice, Protection

Victims of a Christmas Day grenade attack on a church in Pakistan that killed three girls demanded justice and protection Monday from Islamic militants they said were trying to intimidate people not to press the case. Christian leaders and activists told a news conference Pakistan had failed to act against the culprits in the attack in a village 12 miles from the industrial town of Daska. “We have been receiving calls from people harassing us with a message…shut your mouth or we will shut your mouth,” said Bishop Jonathan Rehmat Gill, a rights activist from the area. The children killed in the attack were aged 12, 10 and eight. Thirteen other people were wounded. Pakistani police say they have detained a local Muslim cleric and a few associates for questioning following complaints from the Christians. They are still investigating, they say. Full Story

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