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Black Day Protest in Lahore August 11, 2009

Black Day Protest in Lahore August 11, 2009

Black Day Protest in Lahore August 11, 2009

Black Day Protest in Lahore August 11, 2009.

Black Day observed in Pakistan: August 11, 2009, Protest in Islamabad

Black Day observed in Pakistan: August 11, 2009, Protest in Islamabad

Black Day observed in Pakistan: August 11, 2009, Protest in Islamabad

Black Day observed in Pakistan: August 11, 2009, Protest in Islamabad

Black Day observed in Pakistan: August 11, 2009, Protest in Islamabad

Black Day observed in Pakistan: August 11, 2009, Protest in Islamabad

Black Day observed in Pakistan: August 11, 2009, Protest in Islamabad

Black Day in Islamabad on August 11

Nigel Naveed special "Santa" of Christmas 2008

From left to right: Ahmar Mustikhan (Founder of AFB), Dr. Wahid Baloch (President of BSO-NA) and Dr. Nazir Bhatti of PCP, on August 15, 2008, at National Press Club Washington DC, to address Press Conference.

Nazir S Bhatti, addressing Press Conference at National Press Club Washington DC, on August 15, 2008, to mark 61st anniversary of Pakistan as killing of ethnic and religious minorities in Pakistan.

Nazirs Bhatti, damanded arrest of killers of bishop, on may 25, 1998, addressing protest rally before UNO New York.

The church in Raiwind in this structure since 1985. The Raiwind diocese is receiving and collecting large amount of local and foreign funds for church buildings and Christians. The condition of this community church is index of funds. Most of funds of Catholic and Church of Pakistan are used on establishment of their organizational structure to controle their congregations instead of development of buildings of social institutes.

Relatives look over the bodies of fifteen Christians in a makeshift morgue in Bahawalpur on October 28, 2001 after masked gunmen on motorcycles sprayed a Pakistan church congregation with machine gun fire. Christians have long expressed fears they could become targets if unrest broke out in Muslim Pakistan over opposition to the U.S. attacks on neighboring Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia. REUTERS/Asim Tanvir.