By Dan Wooding
Founder of ASSIST Ministries
PAKISTAN (ANS) -- A posting on Shoebat Foundation website (http://shoebat.com/), says, "It appears that in the wake of the suicide bombing in Pakistan, violence is escalating, not receding. Christians in the area were understandably outraged by the attack. In response, the Muslim community appears to have taken up for the bombers' cause and is attacking the victims."
Stranded Pakistani victims of the recent violence
The site, run by Walid Shoebat, who describes himself as a "Former Muslim Brotherhood Member, Now Peace Activist," said, "Just now I received a call from a Bishop. He told me that the situation in Pakistan is getting worse after Christian reaction to the Peshawar Bomb Blast.
"Muslims of Iqbal town Islamabad are threatening Christians, and the angry mob of Muslims beaten and tortured the Christians in Zia Musjid Area and Khana Pul Islamabad. Similarly, Muslims have attacked the Christian Colony Korangi No 3, 1/2. Because of this ongoing tension, hundreds of Christians had to flee from their houses."
The caller, it said, added, "Need urgent prayers."
The blog continued, "One of the many questions those in the west have about terror attacks is why 'moderate' Muslims don't come out in forceful opposition to such attacks. When it comes to this suicide bombing in Pakistan, at least, the most vocal Muslim opposition appears to be directed at the victims of the attack.
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