Abduction of young Christians girls as well as their forced conversions and marriage are rampant issue in Pakistan.
The initial blasphemy accusation against Pervaiz was made by a Muslim co-worker in October 2013.
Since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in 2014, over 11,000 NGO's lost their licenses to accept foreign funds.
Bibi became the face of persecuted Christians in Pakistan after she was sentenced to death under the country’s blasphemy law.
Millions of Chinese Christians pray in illegal underground churches which are often homes or rented buildings.
The court’s decision comes almost seven years after the initial blasphemy accusation was made.
In countries where Buddhist nationalism is consolidating, Christians are seen as destroyers of national identity and culture.
U.S. State Department labelled China as a “country of particular concern” regarding religious freedom, especially for Christians.
Between 1987 and 2017, 1,534 individuals in Pakistan have been accused of blasphemy, according to ICC.
In Malaysia, Christians make up merely nine per cent of the population; converting a Christian to Islam is a punishable offence