Friday, April 13, 2012

Hindus attack Christians in Karnataka

On March 28, 2012, Mallikarjun Sangalada, a Protestant pastor in the Mundargi Gadag region of the Indian state of Karnataka, and four others, were beaten by a group of Hindu extremists:
On Wednesday, March 28, the Pastor went to a prayer meeting at the house of a believer in Dhoni, about 15 kilometers from his village. After the prayer meeting, the Pastor, along with four other believers, began distributing some leaflets inviting locals to a Christian community festival. This made some Hindu fundamentalists very angry and attacked and beat them without mercy. Then they dragged the five to the police station in Mundargi, denouncing them for "forced conversions from Hindus to Christianity" [more].

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