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Departures begin, causing depression and anxiety amongst Pak-Christians in Thailand

In the wake of arrests and threats of deportation of the large Pak-Christian asylum seekers community in Thailand.  Our local BPCA officer has been working hard to locate those who have escaped the immigration bureau.  We have discovered many hidden asylum-seekers and have offered aid at this difficult time of fear and family separation as the traumatised community try to make sense of life after the latest immigration campaign. Despairing mothers have been left behind to care for children on their own without any recourse to funds and with help from others having been limited after the Government warned humanitarian groups and citizens that ...

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Wilson Chowdhry Live with John Bosco Tonight on Sky 714 at 8:30pm

Wilson Chowdhry will be talking on Gateway Gazette TV programme with John Bosco. Live tonight (October 18th) at 8:30 pm on Sky 714. The programme can be watched on Facebook and YouTube. Go to the MATV channel to watch live on YouTube.  

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Aggrieved Christian mother protests the loss of son's eye caused by religious violence

In Karachi  on the 18th October at 11am a protest was held to demand Justice for Vikram Masih who was beaten till blind by Muslim men outraged that Christians were living in their previously entirely Muslim comunity.  The protest was organised to demand justice for the family from Prime Minister Imran Khan, Chief Justice Saqib Nisar and other political and legal powers.  The protest was organised by the father of Vikram, named Alvin Masih who brought together several groups who have been offering help. The main participants were the British Pakistani Christian Association, the school children of Saint Lawrence School, Karachi the Na...

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British pop track ‘Free Asia Bibi’ goes viral in Pakistan - thousands call for her death

L-R Ashiq Masih, Cherrie Anderson, Eisham Masih. Within minutes of releasing Free Asia Bibi, a song protesting against the imprisonment of mother of 5 Asia Bibi, the track has gone viral in Pakistan and London band Ooberfuse have been inundated with relentless menacing social media comments calling for Asia’s execution.  Learn more about Asia Bibi Pakistan's most famous blasphemy law victim (here) Largely from Pakistan, the video has had hundreds of thousands of views in a couple of days. Over 300 angry comments denouncing Asia Bibi and calling for her death by hanging under Pakistan’s blasphemy laws have been posted ...

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Militant Islamists demand hanging of Asia Bibi and threaten Christian communities and churches that they will pay if Asia is set free!

Militant Islamists are demanding  the hanging of  Asia Bibi and their rioting is bring the country to a standstill.  Many cities have been targeted with large numbers of rioters in the thousands smashing public buildings and openly inciting the murder of any judges or Government officials who may give freedom to Asia Bibi. While large numbers of Muslims pray for Asia's death and clamour for her blood quite conversely Christians are entering their churches and praying for her freedom.  Millions of Christians have been involved in prayerful fasting and say despite the threat to them they want the ailing mother of five to be se...

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Thailand to deport over 70 Pakistani Christians

On Thursday over 100 Pakistani Christian asylum-seekers from across Bangkok were convicted of overstaying their visiting visas and were fined £100 - £160 each for overstaying their tourist visa's, that allowed entry into Thailand. Read UCAN news article (here) or BPCA article (here)   The day after the raid in our initial report where over 70 Pakistani Christians were captured, there was another raid where 7-8 families were also taken into custody, the exact number of which is yet to be determined. BPCA stepped in to pay these fines to prevent the individuals from having to endure the brutal conditions in Central Jail where prisoners can be...

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Two brave young women boldly share accounts of Christian persecution in Pakistan at Notre Dame University

L-R Baroness Cox, ACNUK officer, Judy Hutchinson (Director of Student Affairs for Notre Dame University), an Aid to the Church in Need officer, and Hannah Chowdhry BPCA Vounteer. A young Redbridge girl of only 14 yrs slammed the Pakistani Government for failing to protect vulnerable young girls in Pakistan at an event at Notre Dame University, Suffolk Street, London yesterday.  The event was organised by Aid to the Church in Need a Catholic charity that helps Persecuted Christians. During a ten-minute speech at the prestigious university Hannah described the torrid treatment of Pakistani Christians in a nation where intolerance has re...

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Christian brick kiln slaves could give western Christians a lesson in persistence

Leighton Medley our BPCA Outreach Minister has returned to Pakistan to reach new communities with the true Gospel of Christ and to continue discipling those who have already been reached through our previous campaigns. Leighton's remit for this work is quite simple, he is to bolster the faith of Christians who have little access to regular church services, setting up bible study leaders who will one day become ministers of the Gospel in rural communities. He is to bring revival and better understanding to Christian churches in Pakistan many of which have adopted a very legalistic theology and have forgotten the need for repentance, faith in Christ and t...

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In excess of 70 Pak-Christians arrested as Thai authorities raid Santi Suk asylum community

Today the arrest of over 70 Pak-Christian asylum seekers in Thailand has had far-reaching impact on the British Pakistani Christian Association, as it was the home of our oldest surviving school. The BPCA school had been serving around 30 children at the location since 2015 and would have began this morning at 9am (3am GMT), however in one of the largest crack-down operations against Pakistani Christians in Bangkok's history scores of immigration and police vehicles blockaded the asylum community in their condo at 7am. Please sign our petition (click here) With no where to run to most Pakistani Christians in Chara...

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The appeal is over, but we must continue to pray for Asia Bibi, the Justices and for Pakistan

Young boys hold signs of encouragement at a BPCA prayer gathering on the anniversary of Asia Bibi's arrest   We must continue to pray for Asia Bibi, the Justices and for Pakistan.  The appeal is over, the arguments made and the Special Bench of the Supreme Court is now in chambers. We do not really know how long it will be before they render their verdict and make their judgement public. They must write it out clearly and lucidly so that even a person with little education will see that it is just. A special three-member bench of the Pakistan Supreme Court comprising Chief Justice Saqib Nisar, Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and J...

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