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Please join us in prayer for Charleston

In order from left to right by row: Ethel Lance, 70, Tywanza Sanders, 26, Cynthia Hurd, 54,  Reverend DePayne Middleton, 49, Reverend Clementa Pinckney, 41, Susie Jackson, 87, Myra Thompson, 59, Reverend Daniel L. Simmons Sr., 74, and Sharonda Coleman Singleton, 45.   We were very shocked and saddened by the events that took place during a mid week meeting at Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston. Police say Dylann Roof shot the pastor and eight other church members in cold blood as they gathered to do a bible study.  A church is a place where everyone is welcome and Christians should feel safe, but it is increasingly somewhere t...

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BPCA honours the spirit and courage of millions of refugees worldwide on World Refugee Day

Our lead project manager in Thailand, who operates under the pseudonym Christian Malik, has been busy purchasing food for the World Refugee Service at Urdu Church in the Hands of God, Bangkok. British Pakistani Christians are challenging people of good conscience to do something to help refugees this weekend when the UN designated "World Refugee Day" celebrates it's 14th anniversary on June 20th 2015.   This day was designated by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees to bring attention to the plight of approximately 14 million refugees around the world.   Our lead officer in Thailand going under the pseudonym of Christian Malik will be speaking at a servi...

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Silver Jubilee brings humanitarians together.

Canon Andrew White the Vicar of Baghdad and Wilson Chowdhry. On Tuesday 16th June, the Conservative Christian Fellowship celebrated their silver Jubilee.  Guest speakers included: Dave Burrowes MP Political Secretary of CCF, David Urqhart Bishop of Birmingham, and Canon Andrew White aka the vicar of Baghdad. The meeting was interspersed with some wonderful worship, including performances by Chen Wang, Noel Robinson, Dave Bilbrough and Trinity Baptist Choir (West Norwood).   Our Chairman Wilson Chowdhry, who was invited in his capacity as leader of the British Pakistani Christian Association, was surprised to be invited since he follows his convictions at ...

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Bomb victims of Lahore still desperate for help.

Qaisor Pervez cousin of Wilson Chowdhry survived the bomb blast despite 85% burns.   Most of his teeth shattered and he has lost significant eye performance, yet his recovery is being reported as a miracle.  Sign our petition here: (Click here) Learn more about further persecution of Christians in Lahore here (Click here) By Mehwish Bhatti On my most recent visit to Lahore I was shocked to see the state that Christian victims have found themselves in.  Despite the numerous charities that have promised long term support few, if any, are actually providing any real assistance.   I visited Qaisor Pervez cousin of our Chairman Wilson Chowdhry w...

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Christian man charged for murder at 15 years hanged after confessing to triple murder under duress.

Pakistani prison officials released a statement confirming the death by hanging of a Christian man Aftab Bahadur on  Wednesday (10th June 2015).   Despite insistence by lawyers of his innocence and attempts to bring a reprieve by Catholic Bishop of Karachi Joseph Coutts and Bishop of Rochester, Salvatore Ronald Montano, the death sentence was allowed to continue. Mr Bahadur was only 15 years old at the time of the murder and had spent 23 years in jail, before he was hanged at Kot Lakhput Jail in Lahore.  He claimed that he had been tortured to confess to the killings of Sabiha Bari and her two sons in 1992. The legal team supporting Aftab Bahad...

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Save the Children charity ordered to leave Pakistan

Our officer Mehwish Bhatti visits the Save the Children offices to learn the truth. Neurotic Pakistan authorities have ordered that Save the Children leave the country.  Local police have sealed off their Islamabad offices and foreign staff working for the international charity have been given 15 days to leave the country.  Save the Children have not had foreign staff working in Pakistan over the last 18 months for their safety. The Government have said the action taken is in riposte to anti-Pakistani activities undertaken by Save the Children, including alleging the charity were involved in the fake vaccination programme used by the CIA to t...

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Karachi Church Threatened with False Blasphemy Charges by Muslim Land Grabbers

by Joy Hancock The congregation of Jerusalem Church, Karachi is being threatened with false blasphemy charges by Muslims who wish to seize the church's land.  Jerusalem Church is reported by the Christian Post as being a Pentecostal church of around 300 families strong.  The members have told International Christian Concern that they have even received death threats from a group of armed Muslims who are well known for seizing church property from poor congregations, and have carried out targeted killings. The church was built in the 1990s and according to John Nazareth Adil, a local social activist, the Muslim group wants the land for their own agenda,...

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Persecution after persecution - The destiny of Pakistani Christians in Thailand

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Concern grows over declining health of Asia Bibi

Image of Ashiq Masih, who recently held an interview with BPCA's Mehwish Bhatti Please sign our petitions (click here) and (click here) Reports from the family of  Asia Bibi, the 50-year-old Pakistani Christian women on death row for alleged blasphemy, a charge she vehemently denies, suggest the mother of five is now suffering from intestinal bleeding and requires urgent medical treatment. (click here) Asia Bibi has a death sentence looming over her after being accused of insulting the Prophet Muhammad, an accusation that she wholeheartedly denies. She has been described by her family as “so weak she can hardly walk.” Her family rushed back last we...

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About our asylum/refugee country export report service

It has come to our attention that there may be some misunderstandings about what we charge for certain of our services.  The BPCA is funded entirely by donations that come as and when.   We are not a funded organization in terms of grants and the like that enable us to function with steady cash flow (occassionally we get grants for specific projects).   While our reach and reputation is growing and has become international, we are a very small volunteer organisation.  Our policy in cases of asylum seekers from Pakistan in European / Western nations is to charge a minimum of £250, in part because we have to give renumeration to the expert...

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