How does such tolerance and harmony exist in a place known for religious violence?
Pakistan may be a country known for religious violence, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t good people willing to go the extra mile to help their neighbors.
In fact, BBC recently reported how a Muslim village of farmers worked together – contributing their savings and labor – to help build a church for the Christians in the area.
One Pakistani Christian told the press:
“This church being built by Muslims in a small community is very significant. It shows that people have love in their hearts and if there are those that fuel the fire, there are also those to douse the flames.”
The only way for peace to be realized on this planet is for mutual respect and understanding to be adopted by believers of all faiths. Could it be possible? This good news, at least, hints at the possibility of it.
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