The government of Pakistan is a major partner in the U.S. war on terror. Nevertheless, Pakistan remains a major source of Islamic extremism and a safe haven for some top terrorist leaders. Credible reports estimated that as many as 900 Pakistanis lost their lives in more than 650 terror attacks in 2006, with another 1,500 people seriously injured. Pakistan has experienced attacks from international terror networks such as Al Qaeda and its supporters, as well as violence stemming from Sunni-Shina sectarian strife and militant sub-nationalists. Attacks occurred with greatest frequency in the regions bordering Afghanistan: Baluchistan, the Khyber Pakhtoon Khaw, and the adjacent Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
It is hardest time on our country and nation, we need prayers as never in past.
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Bishop Dr. Amanat Masih
Founder & Chairman, Central Gospel Assemblies Pakistan