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Terrorist who attempted to kill Christians at a Church on Easter has been pardoned for being too brainy for prison.

A medical student who openly confessed to having joined IS in Syria after being thwarted by Pakistani security during an attempted suicide attack on a church on Easter Day, has been set free. In a public statement on Samaa TV Major General Asif Ghafoor said that Noreen Laghari was not a terrorist but was about to become one when she was saved by security forces (click here).  During his press conference  the spokesperson for Pakistan's armed forces said that she had been saved well before her kam umar (immature) mind was brainwashed by militants. "So should we treat Noreen like a terrorist or release her so that she...

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Asia Bibi Supreme Court appeal fast-track revoked! Young Muslim medic turned terrorist may yet be exonerated of attempting to blow up church.

In what is now being referred to as Pakistan's version of the 'Barrabas exchange' two women are caught up in attempts to prevent their death by hanging for alleged criminal offences. On one side we have Asia Noreen Bibi (51 years) a berry-picker from the rural village of Ittanwali  who in 2010 was accused of blasphemy after she drank water from a public well using the wrong cup.  The cup she used was for use by Muslims only but Asia was not aware of this and after taking a drink, offered water from the same well to Muslim co-workers. The women spat at Asia Bibi, berated her and shouted abuse at her going as far as insulting Jesus her ...

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Birmingham Christians call for Freedom for Asia Bibi at Pakistani Consulate

Dozens of protesters rallied outside the Pakistani Consulate in Birmingham to call for freedom for Asia Bibi, Pakistan's long suffering and most famous blasphemy law victim. The protest was organised by Pastor Ajmal Chaughtai and the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) and called on Christians of all diversities to join poor Asia's cause. Christians arrived to the protest from as far afield as Nottingham to show solidarity for Asia and many other persecuted Pakistani Christians. The peaceful protest was opened up with a prayer of reflection on the ongoing persecution in Pakistan. Then demonstrated for freedom for Asia Bibi ...

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Christians of Manchester demand freedom for Asia bibi at Pakistan Consulate

Dozens of protesters rallied outside the Pakistani Consulate in Manchester to call for freedom for Asia Bibi, Pakistan's long suffering and most famous blasphemy law victim. The protest was organised by Nelson Catholic Christians and the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) and called on Christians of all diversities to join the poor Asia's cause.   Christians arrived to the protest form as far afield as Huddersfield to show solidarity for Asia and many other persecuted Pakistani Christians.  At least 4 of the protesters were from the Polish community who read about Asia's plight on the BPCA website and d...

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Outraged Christians take to the streets of Birmingham and Manchester to condemn long term imprisonment of Asia Bibi, Pakistan's most famous blasphemy law victim!

Several Pakistani Church Ministers are collaborating with the British Pakistani Christian Association, to call for freedom for Pakistan's most famous blasphemy law victim. Date: 17th February 2017Time: 16:00 - 18:00Location: Pakistani Consulate, Pakistan House, 137 Dickenson Rd, Manchester M14 5JB Details: Visitors are kindly requested to bring candles.Date: 18th February 2017Time: 12:00 - 14:00Location: Pakistani Consulate,10A, The Wharf, Bridge Street, Birmingham, B1 2JS Event supported by: Pastor Ajmal Chaughtai, Saleem Dutt, Pervais Sardar, and Wilson Chowdhry Chairman of the BPCA. Petitioners believe th...

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Outraged Christians in Scotland converge at Pakistan consulate to call for freedom for Asia Bibi!

Pastor Frederick D'Costa calls for freedom for Asia Bibi at Glasgow protest. Dozens of protesters converged outside the Pakistani Consulate in Glasgow to call for Freedom of Asia Bibi, Pakistan's most famous blasphemy law victim.  They believe the Christian mother of five who has been jailed in Multan for over seven years should be set free. During a meeting with the First Minister at the Pakistani High Commission in London, Chairman of the BPCA, Wilson Chowdhry was informed that a date for Asia Bibi's Supreme court appeal  trial would be fixed by the end of March. An earlier appeal trial was postponed after a Judge on the day of...

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Outraged Christians protest outside Glasgow Pakistani Consulate calling for freedom of Asia Bibi

Several Pakistani Church Ministers are collaborating with the British Pakistani Christian Association, to call for freedom for Pakistan's most famous blasphemy law victim. Date: Saturday 11th February 2017 Time: 12:00 - 14:00 Location: Pakistani Consulate, 45 Maxwell Dr, Glasgow G41 5JF Details: Protest will finish at 14:00 and a delegation will travel to Edinburgh to submit petition to Scottish Parliament. Event supported by:  Pastor Peter Gill, Pastor Aftab Gohar, Pastor William Phillip, Pastor Philip Teji, Pastor Fredrick Dacosta, Pastor, Pastor Harrison Summit, Pastor George Gill and Wilson Chowdhry Chairman of the BPCA. ...

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Date for Asia Bibi's trial expected to be fixed before the end of March

In a private meeting with Wilson Chowdhry, Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association the First Minister at the Pakistan High Commission in London, assured him that the Supreme Court of Pakistan is likely to fix a date for the appeal case against blasphemy charges against Asia Bibi before the end of March this year. This assurance from the Pakistani High Commission came prior to protest led by Christian charity British Pakistani Christian Association. During the protest outside the Pakistani High Commission and 10 Downing street the Government of Pakistan was urged to hold a fair trial for Asia Bibi and to protect Asia and her...

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Blasphemy accused Pakistani Christian woman's plight triggers demonstrations across the UK

The plight of a Pakistani Christian mother of five who has been jailed for seven years under the notorious blasphemy laws of Pakistan, will be highlighted in several demonstrations across the UK. The protests have been organised by the British Pakistani Christian Association and Pakistani origin Pastors throughout Britain, in response to the protracted silence of the Government of Pakistan with regards to Asia's ongoing Supreme Court appeal. Asia Bibi was arrested in June 2010 for an alleged blasphemy after she drank well from a well designated specifically for Muslims. Fearful Muslims berated Asia and threw water offered to them at Asia, ...

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Hate, hate and more hate - Is there any hope for Asia Bibi after judge resigns through fear?

Image shows banner placed up by a Barelvi Sunni cleric in Lahore. The bone-chilling words on the banner translate as 'Anyone who even tries to free this blasphemer, the accursed Asia Bibi is also worthy of receiving death." Judge who withdrew himself from Asia Bibi's appeal hearing now resigns from the judiciary! Asia Bibi's future is hard to predict.  After her already delayed Supreme Court appeal for her blasphemy conviction seven years previous was postponed, many Christians became deeply disheartened.   Apparently a judge who should have been on a panel of three presiding over her trial, failed to recognize until the day...

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