Tag: Pakistani Christians

Christian group calls for release of Christian prisoners accused of blasphemy

Prisoners around the world called for a worldwide moratorium on the death penalty during the COVID-19 crisis.

Protest held outside UN headquarters over Christian persecution in Pakistan

Christians and other religious minorities are still being treated as second-class citizens in Pakistan.

An armed gang attacked a church in Pakistan

By the time police arrived on the scene the culprits had fled. None of the witnesses were injured.

Islamist criminal who kidnapped a Christian acquitted in Pakistan

The lawyer of the kidnapped girl's family announced they would appeal after the scandalous decision of the Court.

New York Times highlights plight of Christian sewer workers in Pakistan

Christians make up between 80% to 90% of the sanitation workforce, including the country’s sewer workers and street sweepers.

Church in Pakistan desecrated in attack by “Land Grabbers”

As a result of the attack, the church’s wall and main gate were damaged and a cross was desecrated.

Pakistan: abducted 13-year-old girl returned to her Christian family

"Our daughters are often sexually harassed by influential Muslims," Saima’s father told International Christian Concern (ICC).

Former prisoner advocates for new church in Pakistani jail

Aslam Pervaviz Sahotra was one of the fourty two people released and acquitted from the same prison on January 29, 2020.

"Humanitarian" islamist criticises France for giving asylum to Asia Bibi

Who would imagine that the head of a humanitarian organization would question the asylum given by France to Asia Bibi?

Survey shows decline in US Catholics’ concern about global Christian persecution

American Catholics consider global Christian persecution as less urgent an issue than human trafficking, poverty or climate change