Muslim farmers in Gojra are helping rebuild a Christian church
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The Muslims building a Christian church in Pakistan

In a Punjabi town in Pakistan, famous for its violence and persecution of minorities, a village is coming together in the most unusual way.

Poor Muslim farmers in a village in Gojra are putting their savings together and helping rebuild a church for the Christians in their neighbourhood.

How does such tolerance and harmony exist in a place known for religious violence?

The BBC's Saba Eitizaz explores.

  • 13 Jun 2016
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