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In Response to the Assassination of Benazir Bhutto
In Response to the Assassination of Benazir Bhutto


In response to the assassination of Benazir Bhutto on December 27, 2007 the National Director of the Unitarians of Pakistan, Inderias Dominic Bhatti, has written the following letter for Unitarians and Universalists around the world.

May we all be faithful participants in the "turning" that Inderias directs our attention towards.



Dear Fellows


With sorrow and grief we the Unitarians in Pakistan condemn the assassination of the former Prime minister Ms. Bhutto in a suicidal attack in Rawalpindi. As per by Doug Muder in the story of Midwinter we the Unitarians in Pakistan has been waiting for a turn since long. The turn of Love; The Love that always seeks to do Good to help and heal; never to hurt or destroy; The Turn of PEACE; The turn of Democracy; The turn of Security of the common people; the turn of............


The return of Ms. Bhutto was a hope of the turn to the Unitarians in Pakistan. The turn of equality in our great many challenges from our very existence in Pakistan; the turn of positive changes for our gain and growth but her brutal assassination has rather turned all our expectations to hopelessness.


With our prayers for her eternal rest in Peace; the condolence to her husband; children; family tribe; friends; associates and all Pakistan who are greatly shocked with this untimely loss. We salute the brave daughter of Pakistan. We announce three days mourn in this grief.


May be the Turn would come again with its strength to break the bounds of Darkness and hopelessness and bring new shine and warmth upon us. May be............ May be............ May be............ May be............ May be............ May be............ May be............


With Sorrow and grief, I am,
Inderias Dominic Bhatti,
National Director,
Unitarians in Pakistan

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