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Dominicans Urge End to Pakistani Crisis. Say Christian Community Feels Threatened
ROME, DEC. 13, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Dominican leaders are encouraging the order's religious to stand in solidarity with those suffering in Pakistan; the country has been in crisis since President Pervez Musharraf declared a state of emergency in early November.In a statement released Nov. 25 , Dominican Father Carlos Azpiroz Costa, master of the order, and Dominican Sister María Fabiola Velásquez Maya, international coordinator, the religious leaders urged Dominicans working in countries whose governments could influence Pakistan to speak up on behalf of the suffering nation.