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.


Father of gang-raped Christian girls demands justice for his daughters!

Ilyas Masih, Father of gang-raped Christian girls Sherish and Farzana takes on the rapists with help of BPCA and LEAD! For more details on the two sisters please click here By Mushtaq Gill, LAHORE: Today 9 March, 2015, Ilyas Masih, father of gang raped under age Catholic Christian girls, came to meet Sardar Mushtaq Gill, Human Rights Defender and High Court Advocate for free legal assistance to challenge the grant of bail that saw two rapists set free and for trial of the two cases.     The meeting transpired after British Pakistani Christian Association Chairman, Wilson Chowdhry approached Sardar Mushtaq Gill, Human Rights Defender and ...

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Police torture to death son of Aysha Bibi after accusation of theft from home where she was domestic servant!

Ayesha Bibi was given the dead body of her son Zubair Rashid Masih (RIP) in a twisted incident of police malpractice. On 4th March 2015 at 7pm a Christian mother, Ms Aysha Bibi, was arrested by police from Harbanspura, near Lahore, for allegedly stealing 35,000 rupees  and gold ornaments weighing close to 100g.  The harassed mother who worked as a domestic servant for her employer Abdul Jabbar and his family, despite many years of loyal service.    Aysha Bibi was accused of stealing the items around the 24th of February, while they were at a wedding.  However, Aysha she claims she stopped working at the house on 20th February for which she ha...

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Rehabilitation of Christian girls Sherish and Farzana is slow but progress is good!

Sherish displays her new found writing skills.  She has learnt her complete alphabet in capitals. For more details on the two sisters please click here Gang rape victims Sherish and Farzana, who had to flee their town after two gunmen shot at their home, are now staying in our safe house in a town far away from Jaranwala.  Although they miss their family intensely they have adjusted to their surroundings well. Sherish the younger of the two, (14 years), has shown great progress in learning English and Urdu and she has already mastered the English alphabet in capital letters.  This might seem like a small step to many of you, but I assure you this is ...

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Pakistani Christians join Wanstead Baptists to celebrate diversity of Christian Church

On Sunday 15th March 2015 we are pleased to be joining Wanstead Baptist Church as they learn about the roots of Christianity in Pakistan and the current persecution and discrimination which Pakistani Christians live under,  leaving the majority of them impoverished, illiterate and vulnerable.   The service is the idea of Reverend David Morgan, who leads the church.  He wanted to learn more about the suffering of brothers and sisters in Pakistan and called Wilson Chowdhry, our chairman, who in true fashion organised a series of must-see services at the church. The morning service will be a traditional Christian service with the main focus o...

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We still believe God will set Asia free!

Ashiq Masih believes God will set his wife Asia Bibi free! Please sign our petition for Asia Bibi (click here) By Mehwish Bhatti: It was cold and dreary morning (13th February 2015) as I set off on my four hour journey to meet with Ashiq Masih, the husband of Pakistan's most famous prisoner Asia Bibi. In my role as lead officer for the BPCA in Pakistan I often find myself travelling in dangerous areas in Pakistan, a country full of bandits, highwayman and insurgents. It might not seem much of a task till you realise I am a vulnerable 26 year old Christian women in a country where both my faith and gender single me out for discrimination, pe...

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Gang-raped and persecuted Christian sisters find refuge and chance to rebuild lives.

Desperate to save the lives of his daughters Father Ilyas Masih sorrowfully delivers his daughters to the care of the British Pakistani Christian Association. For more details on the two sisters please click here By Mehwish Bhatti: We left home early in the morning (Sunday 22nd February 2015) my frail elderly mother and I, determined to complete our task of bringing Sherish and Farzana to safety. The two now famous girls have been strong-willed and determined to rebuild their lives, despite being subjects of the cruel perversions of three local Muslim boys, who beat, cut and tortured them while gang-raping them for over twelve hours, mocking the girls vindictively...

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Catholic church robbed at gunpoint for second time!

By Mushtaq Gill KASUR:  Three armed robbers raided 'Our Lady Queen of Angels Church' located at Multan Road, Bhai Pheru District Kasur at 09:00am Thursday morning. The bandits took Church staff hostage including Father Ijaz Bashir the assistant priest.  Church officials say the dacoits (robbers) looted over one million Pakistani Rupees, and stole mobile phones, cameras and seven silver crowns. A police complaint has been lodged under FIR No.48/2015, registered under section 392 of the Pakistan Penal Code, at City Police Station Bhai Pheru. Fingerprints were found at the crime scene but the robbers are still unknown.  The Detective Superintende...

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Shama and Shazad's children face a life of uncertainty!

Our banner has become a flag of hope for minority Christians in Pakistan.  Here we show Officer Mehwish the three children of Shama and Shahzad. As promised we keep you updated on the progress of the children of Shama and Shahzad. Offspring of the Christian couple burnt alive whilst the mother was carrying a 4 month embryo, during an extrajudicial killing by a hateful mob of Muslims 4th November 2014 (click here).  We take this opportunity to thank Pastor Qamar Robin, Pastor at Forman Christian Church (FCC) along with him was Saleem Iqbal from Isaac TV, who helped organise the meeting with family of the murdered couple. The children have become pawn...

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Mumtaq Qadri's sentence for killing Salman Taseer upheld.

 ISLAMABAD: The guilty verdict for the killing of former Governor of Punjab, Salman Taseer was upheld yesterday. During an Islamabad High Court division bench hearing, comprising of Mr.Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui and Mr.Justice Noorul Haq Qureshi, it was decided to reserve a verdict on  the murder appeal of Mumtaz Qadri, the self-confessed killer of Salman Taseer. Qadri's counsel pleaded with the judges for his freedom stating that Pakistan is a Muslim country as opposed to a western or a secular nation.  He asked for clemency for Mumtaz Qadri, providing references from Islamic history in which the blasphemers were killed for making derogatory...

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The Education System In Pakistan: Discrimination and The Targeting Of The 'Other'

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