U.S. Muslims condemn Church attack in Pakistan
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a prominent Washington-based Islamic advocacy group, today condemned a grenade attack on a Pakistani church that left five people dead, including two Americans.
In a statement, CAIR Board Chairman Omar Ahmad said:
"We condemn this attack in the strongest terms possible and call for the apprehension of the perpetrators. It is not only an act of terrorism against innocent civilians, but is also an assault on the sanctity of a
house of worship. No political or religious cause could justify such horrifying violence."