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Archbishop Sebastian Shaw of Lahore, Pakistan said he was grief stricken while visiting hospitalised child victims of a March 27 bomb attack in a city park. (CNS photo/courtesy Aid to the Church in Need)

Archbishop Sebastian Shaw of Lahore says he went from bed to bed listening to accounts of the attack

A woman weeps for her injured family members as she tries to speak to security at a hospital in Lahore on Sunday (PA)

The attack in Lahore, Pakistan, left 14 Christians dead along with many Muslims

The daughters of Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi hold a photo of their mother (CNS)

Asia Bibi was sentenced to death in Pakistan five years ago for allegedly insulting Mohammed

Christians in Pakistan face serious persecution (CNS)

The couple were beaten to death after allegations that a Koran was desecrated

David Cameron meeting President Zardari in Islamabad last year (Photo: PA)

What will Mr Cameron say or do about this gross barbarity? Just carry on supporting Pakistan regardless?

Neville Kyrke-Smith and Wilson Chowdhry hand in the petitions at 10 Downing Street (Photo: John Newton)

Petition of more than 6,000 people handed in to 10 Downing Street by delegation including Aid to the Church in Need

Muslims in Gujranwala protest against an alleged burning of the Koran (AP Photo/Aftab Rizvi)

Pakistani Christians are held responsible for the actions of the West: it would not be the first time they have been made scapegoats

Pakistani Christians clash with the police following the protest suicide of Bishop John Joseph (AP Photo)

In 1998 Bishop John Joseph committed suicide in protest at the terrible laws. Thirteen years on, the government still buries its head in the sand

Shahbaz Bhatti pictured at the US bishops' conference headquarters in Washington (Photo: CNS)

Shahbaz Bhatti, Minister for Minorities, had received death threats from extremists but refused to stop speaking out

Pakistani Christians celebrate Easter holiday following a mass at a church in a Christian neighborhood of Islamabad (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

A Pakistani Christian man sentenced to 25 years in jail for blasphemy was freed this week