Taliban Faction Threatens More Attacks after Pakistan Easter Bombing
The Taliban faction responsible for that deadly Easter bombing in Pakistan is threatening more attacks against Christians and other minorities in the days ahead.
The suicide bombing that happened at a popular park in Lahore killed at least 73 Pakistanis, including 24 children, and injured more than 360 people.
Wilson Chowdhry, chairman of the group British Pakistani Christians, shared his thoughts on the plight of the Pakistan Christian community and what should be done. Click play to watch.
Ahsanullah Ahsan, spokesman for Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, told the Associated Press that a suicide bomber with the faction deliberately targeted the Christian community.
According to NBC News, Ahsan said the men responsible for the murders were trained in Afghanistan.
The spokesman also confirmed the identity of the suspected suicide bomber.
Government leaders around the world condemned the Easter attack, but Christians say much more needs to be done to protect the Body of Christ in Pakistan.