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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Hindus and Christians celebrate Easter together as Christians persecuted

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It is highly symbolic that in the State of Orissa, in the grounds of the Catholic school Vijaya di Raika, where the unprecedented wave of anti-Christian violence began in 2008, 10,000 Hindus and Christians gathered to pray on the occasion of Easter. Children, old men, servants, religious, all attended a prayer at noon to show that peaceful coexistence is possible. The anti-Christian violence in this Indian state had killed hundreds of Christians and forced thousands more to flee their homes, and even today it is estimated that 3,000 Christians have not been able to return home, and the authors of the massacre continue to enjoy widespread impunity.
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