Advice from Muslim friends is most welcome, but there is a problem with this. Many readers of PCP are not just grieving for the persecution of Pakistani Christians, but of the Christians all over the world. Also it is important that our Muslim friends know that there are so many organizations now, apart from PCP, who is speaking up for the growing persecution of the Christians in Muslims and also in non-Muslim states. They all carry stories of the massacre of the innocents by Muslims whether a state or an individual group organizes it.
It's within all of us to sacrifice to protect our family or tribe or community or country, the Church or Ummah. In this, Christians are no different from Muslims. In fact Muslims now have an Organization of Islamic Council to speak for them. There are 56 states in this organization. What would the Minorities department of this organization have to say to the advice or warning our Muslim friends throw at us?
Quoting a part of a letter to the editor of a national paper "Islam cannot wipe out everybody on this earth who does not agree with it. It just won't happen". In a shrinking world, it is in everybody's interest that we tolerate one another, or better still be a good neighbor. To give you a taste of our teaching, our Lord said if you love those who love you, what right have you to claim any credit for it? Don't even the tax collectors (worldly men) do as much?