Aug 16 2009
The Christian population of Pakistan is only 5 percent of the overall population. Overwhelmed by a Muslim majority, at times they face violent attacks. Other times, they believe they’re expelled from their lands — faced with a distant and dark future…”
A mother of two sobs as she tells us, “I have no money. No money for books or uniforms to send my children to school.” It’s around 110 degrees Fahrenheit in this squalid camp in downtown Islamabad, where 2,000 Christians have settled, literally in the middle of the road.