KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — They came after dusk and chanted into the
night sky "Kill the Hindus, kill the children of the Hindus," as they
smashed religious icons, ripped golden bangles off women's arms and
flashed pistols. It wasn't the first time that the Hindu temple on the
outskirts of Pakistan's largest city was attacked, and residents here
fear it will not be the last.
"People don't consider us as equal
citizens. They beat us whenever they want," said Mol Chand, one of the
teenage boys gathered at the temple. "We have no place to worship now."
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