Attack on church a futile attempt to sow seed of hatred among Muslims, minorities: Priest

PESHAWAR: The deadly attack on All Saints Church  targeting worshiping Christian that claimed 83 precious lives and injured more than 100 people would fail to sow seed of hatred among Muslims and minorities.
"We have centuries old bond with the people of the area and such conspiracies would fail to create a wedge among Muslims and minorities," said Asghar Samual, Senior Priest, Church of Pakistan.
Our relations with Muslims is not new.

Talking to APP here on Tuesday, Priest Asghar said the country is in grip of conspiracies and Sunday attack on All Saints Church is part of it. However, he hastened to add, it will not succeed as we have strong relations with Muslims and we understand each other.
"Infact the attack on the Church has further strengthened and tightened inter-faith harmony instead of drifting the Muslims and minorities away from each other," remarked Priest.
Everyone is aware that terrorism is a global phenomena and bomb blasts are part of international conspiracies.
Meanwhile, Minority MPA in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly, Soran Singh when contacted said that minorities are impressed with the response and reaction of Muslims to the tragedy. Majority of the graves were dug by our Muslim brothers who were as grieved over the incident as the affected family.
Soran Singh, who belongs to Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI), said about 350 bags of blood were donated by Insaf Students Federation and many other by students of other organizations.
Similarly, he continued, the services of Al-Khidmat Foundation in providing free ambulance service will be remembered for ever. - APP

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