Members of a Taliban offshoot attacked a historic church in Preshawar last Sunday, killing more than 80 and injuring more than 150. The two suicide bombers detonated their vests inside the All Saints Church around 11:45 a.m., just as 500 worshipers were sharing a meal on the grounds of the church.
The attackers had opened fire on security guards at the church’s main gates before setting of their vests packed with 26 pounds of the explosives. The blast heavily damaged the church and nearby buildings. It was the deadliest attack on Christians in Pakistan ever.
Here is many liberal views that perpetuate university campuses; the only notion we have written about is the 1970s and the movement to pluralize and/or to make America become more multicultural. The important issues that matter within their movement (which is still ongoing today) is the ideology of who asserts that cultural differences within society are valuable and should be preserved, proposing the alternative metaphor of the mosaic, salad bowl, or “American Kaleidoscope”—different cultures mix, but remain distinct.
Cultural mosaic is the mix of ethnic groups, languages, and cultures that co-exist within society. The idea of a cultural mosaic is intended to champion an ideal of multiculturalism, differently from other systems like the melting pot, which is often used to describe the United States’ supposed ideal of assimilation.
The salad bowl concept suggests that the integration of the many different cultures of United States residents combine like a salad, as opposed to the more traditional notion of a cultural melting pot. In Canada this concept is more commonly known as the cultural mosaic as mentioned above.
First our question is why? In our judgment the concept of changing the entire way of life – or even adjusting to it – is offensive and its mere thought takes away from the identity of who and what America is. Notwithstanding any of Barack Obama’s faults as a President or quasi-leader wannabe, as well as many other quasi-whatever’s, the facts remain that there are plenty of arguments on the side of not wanting to adjust or disbanding the American way of life.
In the U.S.A. little to nothing would ever stop a person or even an advocacy group with special interests, very little to nothing would ever exist to stop them from performing either verbal or corporate hatred or otherwise to misunderstanding Christians.
It is extremely important to note in this writing that other groups and what have you gain exceedingly greater pride in their accomplishments in turning the U.S. Constitution against the Christian and their traditional ways that have existed in America long before it was even called America.
Pakistan’s Jind Ullah group claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it was in retaliation for US drone strikes in Pakistan. The All Saints Church, established in 1883, is said to be the second oldest in Preshawar, a hotbed of radical Islam located in Pakistan’s Northwest Frontier Province.
This is a none-excuse given for something that cannot be seen or proved. Please do not misunderstand me – we are not doubting that many Pakistani’s have suffered at America’s foreign policy. However, it is worth noting that using that excuse really is void to go in and bomb 500 peaceful individuals whilst they ate.
Members of a nearby church rushed to the scene to assist the wounded; then went to local hospitals to donate blood and help those injured in the bombing. When the bombing happened only four doctors were on duty at the local hospital, according to VOM sources, and it took a while for more doctors to arrive and begin treating the wounded.
Christians across the country marched in the streets to protest the continued attacks on Christians in Pakistan. In some cases protesting Christians clashed with police and other officials. Pakistani Christians have declared three days of mourning for those killed in the attack and invite Christians around the world to join in those days by praying for Pakistan and for the Christians there.