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Last week, a pastor in Lahore, Pakistan was beaten by a police officer after a Muslim neighbor complained about the noise produced by the church’s worship service. When the police came to investigate the matter, they barged into the church and disrupted the service. When the pastor of the church told the police they were disrupting their service, the police officer beat the pastor in front of his followers. Christians in Pakistan are often considered second class citizens because of their religious identity. This means that Christians face widespread discrimination and outright persecution in Pakistan. Learn more: