A 10-year-old Christian girl experienced an attempted rape by her brother’s teacher in her neighbourhood, Essa Nagri, Pakistan.
The move comes as cases of blasphemy have dramatically increased, disproportionately affecting religious minorities.
Some seventy per cent of Christians lost their jobs or reported reduced income during a nationwide lockdown in 2020.
In Pakistan, false accusations of blasphemy are widespread and often motivated by personal vendettas or religious hatred.
The reporter of the Debrecen- Nyíregyháza Diocese asked about Dina’s plans and hardships in her homeland.
Blasphemy accusations which are so common in Pakistan, can lead to sentences of life in prison and even death.
Through prison sentences, governments prevents Christians from spreading the Gospel and discourage others confessing their faith.
It was one of the few occasions in which a Christian victim of forced conversion is recovered and reunited with their family.
Pakistan’s Christian community is often seen as a representation of the West by Muslim extremists.
Christian leaders in Pakistan were blocked a press conference regarding the arrest of two Christian nurses on blasphemy charges.