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(ACNS) Western culture often exacerbates the difficulties Christians face in societies where they are in a minority, the Moderator of the Church of Pakistan said yesterday.
While headlines (at least in the religious press) of persecution of Christians in Pakistan are commonplace, Bishop Malik said at the daily Lambeth press conference yesterday that his daily experience of Muslim people is overwhelmingly positive, and that dialogue “is for us a daily business, a dialogue of life”.
“Always it is a small minority who disturbs the conversation,” he said, alluding to extremist violence. “But Western culture exacerbates it.” He said that the publication of anti-Islamic cartoons last year which prompted strenuous and sometimes violent protest from Muslims also attracted the ire of Christians in Pakistan who felt that they should not have been published.
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