“Saudi Arabia bombings reprehensible acts”: Pakistani Christian leader heaps vehement reproach on terrorists

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Pakistani Church leader, Pastor Samuel Khokhar has voiced vehement condemnation over heinous terror strikes in Saudi Arabia on Monday, July 4. “We pray that Lord God protects the world from terrorism,” he prayed. We stand in solidarity with the Muslim community at the time of aggrievance around the Islamic world.

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While expressing great sorrow over the incident, he said that all are predecessors of Adam; therefore, we all bear a moral obligation and responsibility to uphold each other at the time of distress. “All religions are to be treated with reverence, however, humanity is the greatest religion,” he asserted.

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While expressing great sorrow over the incident, he said that all are predecessors of Adam; therefore, we all bear a moral obligation and responsibility to uphold each other at the time of distress. “All religions are to be treated with reverence, however, humanity is the greatest religion,” he asserted.

“In this hour of distress, we stand united with Saudi Arabia, sharing their grief,” he continued. He said that the scourge of terrorism has engulfed entire world, principally in the form of an orderly network. We can face off this menace with prayers and unity, he maintained.

On July 4, suicide bombers carried out an attack outside the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, which is one of the two holiest sites for Muslims. The attack killed four, while, the Saudi authorities said a Pakistani who had arrived in the Kingdom 12 years ago had carried out the attack. Saudi interior ministry statement identified the man as 34-year-old, Abdullah Qalzar Khan. Seperately two other attacks targeted cities of Jeddah and Qatif.