Our vision is to create a network of Pakistanis united in Christ, focused on better quality of life, fellowship and religious freedom for Christians in Pakistan and the UK.


Three girls raped by uncle and two cousins - no action taken by Pakistani police.

A 35 year old Christian convert has been protesting outside the Lahore Press Club office for the last 3 months calling for someone to take action against the rapist of his three daughters, he has made this stand because he say's that police officers are refusing to pursue the case against the known rapist because of a bribe paid to them. Here is a video of Khuram's  protest for justice: Khuram Shahzad Victor (35 yrs) was previously working as a labourer for a football making factory in Sailkot. In 2012 he lost his wife Farzana Sharif who died at 29 years of age, after she had a serious heart attack which she did not survive. Before Farzana died she bi...

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The rape and sodimization of a 7 year old child who was dumped on rubbish pile causes unrest in Pakistan

The death of a 7 year old girl in Kasur, Pakistan has led to international condemnation of the lacklustre police in Pakistan, who are being blamed for their inaction after the child was reported missing. Zainab Ansari has become the focus of an international social media campaign for justice and has dominated much of the international media as bungling police officers in Pakistan are no nearer the arrest of a culprit 5 days since her dead body was found placed brazenly on a rubbish pile (Tuesday 9th January). Chilling video footage of Zainab walking quite calmly with an unidentified male figure hours after she went missing on Thursday 4th ...

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Child survivor of Quetta Church bomb attack Aleeza is in a more stable position but requires prosthetics and ongoing treatment

On the 5th of January Aleeza Ashraf (1.5 yrs) a child survivor of the Quetta Church bomb attack was rushed by BPCA to Aga Khan Hospital in Karachi (click here). The young victim became one of Pakistan's youngest amputees when her foot was severed from off her left leg after unclean wounds were allowed to fester at Civil Hospital in Quetta, where she has received initial treatment. Doctors informed the family that to save her life she would require emergency treatment at a more specialist hospital and named Agha Khan Hospital in Karachi as her best option. A group called PMSL paid for a portion of the flight tickets and BPCA covered the re...

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Justice escapes Christian woman gang-raped and brutalized by three men for two days rescued by family

A Christian woman from  Gujranwala, Pakistan was brutally gang-raped by three men and then left tied in the courtyard of a Muslim man's house until she was found by police two days later. At 3 pm on 28th October Sidhra (20 yrs) travelled from her husband Sunny Masih's (22 yrs) home in Talwinda Musa Khan, Gujranwala, on a visit to her mother in the same village but some 10 km distance away.  Her father-in-law Boota Masih transported her by motorcycle and safely delivered her to her mother's home where she spent three hours talking and helping with household chores. At 6:30 Sidhra left her mothers house after she saw her father i...

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Aleeza Arrives safely at Agha Khan Hospital and begins treatment

Aleeza Ashraf the youngest victims of the Quetta Church Bomb attack is fighting to save her life and with your help we have been able to help get her to Karachi for emergency treatment. The child survivor of only 1.5 year has had her right foot removed to due to a severe gangrene infection that still threatens to take her life and BPCA has paid a £700 deposit for the requisite private treatment needed to save her at Agha Khan Hospital in Karachi. Doctors have already started treatment and it is hoped she will have a full recovery albeit without the use of a right foot, however she is still considered to be in critical condition and your prayers are...

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Quetta Bomb attack update

Mehwish Bhatti our lead officer joined the many beleaguered Christians of Bethel Memorial Methodist Church in Quetta, who survived the Islamist attack on 17th December 2017. Mehwish described the experience and wrote: I started my journey at 10.45 from Islamabad and reached Quetta at 4.30pm in the afternoon on 24 th of December. My target was to meet as many blast victims as I could during a one day stay in the city. I travelled to  Civil Hospital where the victims were taken soon after the blast for treatment, which was a 10 mins drive away from  Bethel Memorial Methodist Church. During my visit to the hospital ...

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Victim of kaffir hatred receives morale boost for Christmas

After a Kirklees woman suffered her head being smashed against a wall by three alleged Muslim youths, which rendered her unconscious (click here), BPCA Chairman Wilson Chowdhry visited Nikki Hurst to pray with her and provide any possible assistance. Despite having been attacked by what is believed to be three Muslim youths of Pakistani background, Nikki was willing to meet with Wilson Chowdhry who is of Pakistani origins and welcomed him to her home without suspicion, making him feel extremely welcome.  'Nikki's manners were impeccable and her hospitality second to none, an exemplary character trait' said Mr Chowdhry. Mr Chowdhry, dr...

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Trumps infamous tweet results in sensible decision on US aid for Pakistan

The United States of America has suspended its military aid to Pakistan, based on poor administration, corruption and a perceived duplicity in regards to Pakistan's relationship with militant groups such as the Taliban and the Haqqani network An announcement was made today that the US would suspend security assistance to Pakistan for failing to take decisive action against the taliban militants who are targeting US personnel in Afghanistan. The suspension follows a tweet by President Donald Trump posted on January 1st 2018, in which he questioned the value of US investment into Pakistan for the purposes of making the middle-east region mor...

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Quetta Church bomb survivor of 1.5 yrs needs urgent medical care to save her short life.

Image shows Mehwish Bhatti with Aleeza only days after Quetta Church bomb attack A one and a half year old child victim of the Quetta Methodist Church Bomb attack is fighting to save her life after poor medical treatment at  Civil Hospital, Quetta has led to a serious gangrene infection that has already lead to the loss of her right foot. During the Islamist attack on 17th December 2017, Aleeza Ashraf  was struck by several bits of shrapnel from the detonation of an explosive device worn by one of the two terrorists who attacked the church.   The shrapnel embedded themselves in Aleeza's abdomen and her right foot causing e...

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