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63 year old Pak-Christian grandmother seeks freedom from Bangkok IDC

A 63 year old grandmother Mrs Rasoolan Bibi who was arrested in a crackdown on asylum seekers and refugees in Thailand days before Christmas (19th December 2019) is seeking help to escape the brutal detention she is suffering in Bangkok's infamous Immigration Detention Centre. Rasoolan suffers with Eczema, Arthritis and hypertension and  survivor and has high blood pressure. We have been advised that the IDC authorities are not providing any medical support and are trying to use the predicament of the grandmother to coerce Rasoolan and her family back to Pakistan. This is not the first time this has happened and previous duress and failur...

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Christmas furore as TV hosts in Pakistan and India hurt feelings of Christians

Christmas became a time of protest and fury for Christians in India and Pakistan after a TV hosts plus guests decided to ridicule Christianity. In India celebrities Farah Khan, Raveena Tandon and Bharti Singh were booked by Amritsar police for “hurting religious sentiments” after Indian Christians led by Sonu Jafar, president of the Christian Front of Ajnala Block. He proposed an investigation under the Indian blasphemy laws section 295-A of the Indian Penal code, after mocking the word “Hallelujah” on a TV show took place in India on Christmas Eve. Section 295A of The Indian Penal Code: 272 [295A. Deliberate and malicious acts, intended to...

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Christmas worship and prayer to heal wounds of Youhanabad terrorist attack survivors

A Christmas service of prayer, worship and fellowship was organised by British Asian Christian Association, to heal the emotional scars dealt to the Christian community at Youhanabad, Lahore, since a terror attack on Sunday 15th March 2015. The community here has struggled to come to terms with the attack as events in the aftermath made them targets for more persecution. During the twin church attack 15 people were killed instantly and 77 were injured via incendiary explosion during services at Roman Catholic Church and Christchurch in Lahore. In the wake of the attack a hysterical mob beat and set alight to Muslim men who police had handed to the...

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