Indian pastor, children verbally abused for faith comment (0)
March 29, 2012
KANHAGAD, India — Hindu extremists in Kanhagad, Kasargod, on Feb. 21 verbally abused a pastor and his children and damaged his car because of his faith in Christ. The Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC) reported that Hindu extremists barged into the house of a convert from Hinduism who had invited Pastor Titus Ignatius Kapan and his family for dinner. The invading extremists tackled the pastor and his children, and then began dropping huge boulders and stones on his car, according to the GCIC. The assailants fled after learning Kapan had called police, who arrived about an hour later. Officers filed a charge sheet, but no arrests had been made at press time.