An English teacher in Pakistan seems to have fallen victim to jihadists. The remedy? The British Foreign Office is telling British dhimmis in Pakistan to stay away from houses of worship. From the Oldham Advertiser, with thanks to Twostellas:
Alan Cox, 60, was gunned down by three masked men carrying Kalashnikovs who burst into a room as he gave an English lesson in the city of Multan, in southern Punjab. He died at the scene after being hit by a hail of bullets.
Police in Pakistan say his murder may be linked to Islamic terrorists. Seven students have since been arrested. …
Multan is a centre of radical Islamic groups. Several terrorist attacks targeting minority Muslim sects and Christians have taken place in the region over the past few years.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has recently urged Britons to avoid walking around parts of Karachi and keep away from places of worship in light of a resurgence in sectarian violence.