Riots Threaten Pakistani Christians

Pakistan pd-compressedPakistan (Mission Network News) — You’ve heard this threat before: “Convert, leave or die.”

It’s been the hallmark of Islamist extremist groups connected to ISIS as they march through the Middle East. However, this latest threat comes out of Pakistan, which has noted a growing base of ISIS fighters.

Although the group issuing the decree hasn’t officially declared themselves part of the Caliphate, their ideology seems to follow a similar path: clear out anyone who isn’t the right kind of Muslim.

It is the Christians in Chak 44, a village in Punjab, are bearing the brunt of religious fanaticism. Brother Nehemiah, the Forgotten Missionaries International-Pakistan national director, sounded the alert four days ago.

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