Tag: Pakistani Christians

The voiceless victims of Pakistan’s blasphemy laws

The report provides the profiles of 25 current cases in which 29 Pakistani Christians sit charged with committing blasphemy.

Karachi Caritas provides tents for religious service in demolished church

Many parishioners said they were willing to rebuild the walls of the building and support the families affected by the eviction.

Armed attack on a Pentecostal church in Pakistan

Church worshipers, especially women, had been harassed and mocked by Muslim residents in the area in the past.

Muslim gunmen in Pakistan wound at least four Christians

The U.S. State Department in December re-designated Pakistan among nine other “Countries of Particular Concern”

Muslim gunmen open fire on church and Christians’ homes in Pakistan

The shooting took place in the Shamsabad locality of Sherakot area in Lahore city on the 6th of September.

Brutality against Christians increases in Pakistan

Incidents of brutality against Christians in Pakistan are increasing and require immediate action.

Large mob brutally attacks pastor and his family in India

The mob also vandalised his property and manhandled his family members before fleeing from the spot.

Gunmen break into home and beat two Christian girls and kidnap one

The inaction of the police left the family in a state of shock.

Pakistani Christian couple released from death row granted asylum in Europe

Christians are often targeted by both Pakistan’s blasphemy laws and by violent hardliners.

Teenage Christian girl abducted and forcefully converted in Pakistan

The incident was brought to light by Robin Daniel, a human rights activist from Faisalabad.