Hyderabad: Week long Christmas celebrations to kick-start from December 18

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United Minority Organization has announced it’s week long Christmas celebrations. These celebrations will officially start from December 18, including special Christmas programs marking the festivity of the season. In line with official announcement made by United Minority Organization a Peace Rally is scheduled on December 18. This Peace Rally is due to start from Kotri and will end in Hyderabad.

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This announcement was made by United Minority Organization in a press conference held at Hyderabad Press Club. While detailing the Peace Rally which will mark the start of the announced Christmas celebrations; Chairman of Rapha Mission International and Pastor Suleman Manzoor told the attendees that rally will start at the Emanuel Church in Kotri. This rally is scheduled to start at 2 pm, on December 18. They told the audience that the rally will reach Hyderabad Press Club the same day.

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While further briefing the media, the Chairman of Rapha Mission International and Pastor Suleman Manzoor said that at this occasion special prayers for peace in the country will be offered. Participants of the rally will be praying for the peace, brotherhood, safety and solidarity in Pakistan. These prayers will be held at various places during this rally. The organizers will be distributing gifts, during this rally. Norus Ghori- National coordinator of Rapha Mission International said that birth of Jesus Christ was a message of peace and love for the entire universe.

Prominent Christian leaders including Chairman of Pakistan Christian Supreme Council Bishop James J.Paul, General Secretary Pakistan Bishop Council Bishop Gulfam Javed, Bishop Younis Gul, Pastor Abenazar Chairman Pastor Welfare Trust International, Pastor Greffin Naz, Pastor Shakir, Pastor Rubin Sadiq( Korea),Evangelist Safdar Bhatti, Evangelist Javed Gill, Amir, Churches of Hyderabad and Jamshoro have called upon the Christian community, prominent Christian leaders, social workers, rights activists and political workers to participate in the rally in order to make it success.