By Kelly Ledbetter, Christian Examiner
KATHMANDU, Nepal (Christian Examiner) – Two Nepal churches were bombed in a series of focused attacks suspected to be releated to extremist Hindu groups who wanted a “Hindu” constitution in mid-September — an action that had just failed to muster legislative action. Instead Nepal was kept a secular state just prior to the attacks.
The bombs detonated in two churches, while a bomb found at another church exploded later after it was taken to a police station, injuring three police officers.
The churches were targeted in a Sept. 15 attack in Jhota, an eastern district of Nepal, in the likely retaliation for legislation that was supported to keep Nepal a secular state.
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