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http://edition.cnn.com/2016/04/04/asia/pakistan-attack-religious-intolerance/index.html

It's biased, deceiving, and blown out of proportion propaganda like this that's destroying our country's image- geared towards proving that everyone in Pakistan hates Christians. Some of the points raised are so ridiculous it's not even funny. 'Strange to see armed men outside a place of worship' !? Have you ever been to Pakistan? Go look at the number of guards outside a Shia masjid. This news piece is making it look like Christians in Pakistan are under some sort of state-sponsored apartheid.

 

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10 minutes ago, Shaykh Patience101 said:

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/04/04/asia/pakistan-attack-religious-intolerance/index.html

It's biased, deceiving, and blown out of proportion propaganda like this that's destroying our country's image- geared towards proving that everyone in Pakistan hates Christians. Some of the points raised are so ridiculous it's not even funny. 'Strange to see armed men outside a place of worship' !? Have you ever been to Pakistan? Go look at the number of guards outside a Shia masjid. This news piece is making it look like Christians in Pakistan are under some sort of state-sponsored apartheid.

 

CNN is a propaganda site I don't trust 75 percent of they say even on CNN when the attacks occurred Wolf Blitizer was acting like a 2nd grader trying to deliberately provoke the idea that Christians are under attack, several commentators had to correct him, however, he kept reasserting the same points. Like he was reading a script.

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