LAHORE, Pakistan — Pakistani Christians held services on Sunday at churches that were vandalized and torched by a vigilante mob last week after two Christian brothers were accused of desecrating the Koran.
The services at a handful of churches in the city of Jaranwala in eastern Pakistan were led by the bishop of the diocese, Christian community leader Akmal Bhatti said. He attended one of the services, which drew hundreds of Christians whose homes were partly or completely destroyed when the mob burnt and looted them on Wednesday.
The pastors later distributed food rations to those affected, Bhatti said.
The provincial government said in a statement on Sunday th…
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