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.
It is with dismay and disdain that I hear of the persecution of our Shi'ite brothers in Pakistan - a small Muslim minority. The Shia community of Karachi has been ravaged by 3 separate bomb attacks, in a spate of sectarian violence covering just 3 days from the 26th - 28th December. The Ashoura festival and Muharram celebrations, for Shia Muslims have been tarnished by the recent terrorist activity. The intensity of the situation culminated in a Shia led riot that has decimated the local commercial precinct. Shmefully it woukld seem that the Pakistan Government has tried to delay or prevent news of the attacks reaching the wider populace. They have described major e...Read More
Many of you will be unaware that Pakistan once had a thriving Jewish Community. In particular the City of Karachi boasted a number of Synagogues and at least a 3000 strong fellowship. During the Arab - Israeli wars of 1956 and 1967 the tension in Pakistan became so intense they emigrated to India, England and of course Israel. The social ethnic cleansing of the Jewish community of Pakistan is an abhorrent event and highlights the extremism in the country. Not to say, there are not moderates in Pakistan. Many moderate Muslims are looking for a new age of tolerance in the country i.e. Nafisa Shah, a member of the Pakistan parliamentary committee on minorities who is ...Read More
From The Sunday Times March 15, 2009 My Imam father came after me with an axe Hannah Shah had been raped by her father and faced a forced marriage. She fled, became a Christian and now fears for her life We are all too familiar with the persecution of Christians in countries such as Pakistan and Afghanistan. Yet sitting in front of me is a British woman whose life has been threatened in this country solely because she is a Christian. Indeed, so real is the threat that the book she has written about her experiences has had to appear under an assumed name. The book is called The Imam’s Daughter because “Hannah Shah” is just that: the daughter of...Read More