Bombing in Pakistan kills 92 people
In Peshawar, Pakistan, a recent suicide bomb blast has taken the lives of 92 people and injured 52 at a mosque.
The devastation of the attack is even more disgraceful as it took place at a place of worship.
The majority of the victims were police officials.
The attack was by an Islamic extremist group linked to the Taliban.
The attackers claim to be fighting in the name of religion while they are murdering worshipers of faith.
The tragedy of the bombing is traumatizing. It is also a reminder that these actions- violence, murder, torture, and abuse do not represent a religion or a faith.
Religious freedom is a human right and an individual right.