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Religious bigotry in Pakistan's education system makes schools a dangerous place for minority Christian students KARACHI: Muslim students in Karachi Pakistan attempted to murder their Christian classmate Haroon Ifran (15) when they descended on him in a brutal stabbing that left his kidney severed in two pieces. The parents of students in question sought to immediately press the victim's family not to pursue charges and were joined by the police in their efforts. Haroon’s father claims that local police refused to register a First Information Report (FIR), and they pressured him to give forgiveness by getting compensation outside of the cour...Read More
Jihadi bride's sob stories elicit sympathy, but these women have no regrets for their luridly complicit role in IS atrocities UK: Security and Intelligence professionals are questioning the good sense of allowing Islamic State defectors who ran away to marry jihadis and establish a Caliphate, and the UK Home Office is finally following suit. MI6 Alew Younger told the Evening Standard that jihadi brides are a threat to public safety (click here) “As we approach this admittedly extremely complex and difficult problem, public safety is the first thing that we will consider. “It follows from that that ...Read More
AUSTRALIA A young Pakistani Christian woman (22) who lost her leg in a terrorist attack at a church in Peshawar in November 2013 (click here) when she was 17-years-old and came to Australian under humanitarian measures (click here) is 11 months away from attaining Australian citizenship. Though Permanent Residents are allowed full health benefits as stated in the residency requirements of the NDIS, Kashamala is being told by charities and disability agencies that assist amputees, that Australian Citizens need only apply for artificial limbs under the health care system. Wilson Chowdhry met with Kashm...Read More
The appeal of Zafar Bhatti's life sentence for blasphemy went to the Rawalpindi High Court on 12th of February, during which it was hoped his conviction would finally be overturned sadly due illness the presiding judge failed to arrive at court resulting in postponed till 5th March - this is the second postponement this year after a January date was cancelled due to a lawyer's strike. An earlier court decision on 5th May 2017 by Rawalpindi Session court (though the hearing was heard in prison for the safety for all concerned), found there was no evidence to support the charges and reduced the previous death sentence. Despite the judgement ostensibly in favour of ...Read More
AUSTRALIA:The British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) is pleased to announce that Australia is hosting honoured guests Wilson Chowdhry and apostasy hatred survivor, Nissar Hussain. Nissar Hussain is a man born and raised in the United Kingdom who became a Christian convert when he defected from Islam. He lived in Bradford and local Muslims, in what can only be characterised as a macabre and diabolical hate crime, repeatedly brutalised him and his family. At one point he was hit thirteen times with a pick axes outside his home and suffered a broken knee cap and shattered hand. He had previously been smoked out of his home and eventually was forced to l...Read More
Wilson Chowdhry and Nissar Hussain outside the Foreign and Commonwealth Office building on King Charles Street. Both BPCA reports described in this article can be bought from our on-line shop (here) from next week. If you would like to purchase a copy earlier please email firstname.lastname@example.org In the wake of the landmark Asia Bibi case, the poignant and tragic case of a Pakistani Christian woman who was recently exonerated after ten years incarcerated on erroneous blasphemy charges, a report into global Christian persecution has been commissioned. UK Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, commissioned the report last month and at...Read More