Addressing the participants, Shaw said he was happy to see representatives from various religions on one table.
He said everyone should teach their children not to hate or discriminate against people on the basis of their religion, caste or colour.
He said after the blast at a church in Peshawar, Muslim neighbours had covered bodies of burning Christians with their own shawls.
“Pakistanis share the tendency to love deeply.
This tendency should be harnessed into better education on interfaith harmony,” he said.
Chairman Interfaith Harmony Committee Tariq Gill said by protecting others, Pakistanis would ensure protection of their own society.
FULL ARTICLE FROM EXPRESS TRIBUNE (PAKISTAN)