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Pakistani blasphemy victim publicly shorn and dragged through streets as demon

p Once a place of tranquility A new blasphemy accusation case has been reported in Farooqabad within Sheikhupura district today, only days after our chairman updated Fox news about Pakistan's most famous blasphemy law victim Asia bIbi (click here).  The accused are Awais Qamar (Saraj Masih's son), his wife Ruksana and her sister Farhana, all residents of Chak 460 Makkay.  Awais bought a PVC banner (Pena Flex) from some Muslims to lay on the floor of their mud house as a carpet some time ago.  A Muslim friend Khaneez Bibi visited their house on 30th June 2015 and offered 400 Pak rupees for the banner as they wanted to use it within their home, howeve...

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Appeal for medical needs for Pak-Christians in Thailand

By Christian Malik Our lead officer in Thailand, Christian Malik, has been visiting several families severely in need of food, rent, and most importantly, medical assistance. Medical costs are too high in Thailand where asylum seekers are categorised as foreigners and are charged highly for medical treatment. Minor medical issues are ignored, which in turn grow into more serious conditions.  Consequently and tragically many asylum seekers have died because of this negligence.  Many cannot afford their medical expenses and rely on organisations such as BPC to help them pay. BPC helped to pay medical expenses for Salmoon Barkat who was infected with a skin d...

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Please pray with us for those affected by IS attacks

Security forces are on high alert. by Alison Houghton Please join us in prayer for every person affected by the cruel actions of IS in the last 24 hours. Psalm 121 New King James Version (NKJV) God the Help of Those Who Seek Him A Song of Ascents. 121 I will lift up my eyes to the hills— From whence comes my help? 2 My help comes from the Lord, Who made heaven and earth. 3 He will not allow your foot to be moved; He who keeps you will not slumber. 4 Behold, He who keeps Israel Shall neither slumber nor sleep. 5 The Lord is your keeper; The Lord is your shade at your right hand. 6 The sun shall not strike you by day,...

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Six years since the brutal incarceration of Asia Bibi - yet no freedom in sight!

Asia Bibi still hopes and prays for freedom despite the cruelty of the nation of Pakistan. Sign our petition (click here) Last week, an emaciated, desperately ill mother of five endured a milestone, six years since the brutal start of her incarceration that has led to her being left on death row.  The innocent victim of abuse, in a land where innocence is no excuse if you are of the wrong creed, Asia Bibi has languished for six years in prison.  She has wasted away as her appeal was delayed time and again and then rejected.  Her crime was to stand up for her Christian faith after her Muslim co-workers abused her for an act of kindness on her part....

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BPCA sponsors World Refugee Day held by Pak-Christians in Thailand

By Christian Malik Listen to Premier Christian Radio (Click here) "Refugees are not terrorists but they are often the first victims of terrorism" On Sunday, June 21st 2015, the BPCA sponsored a celebration event held to commemorate World Refugee Day. The event was organised by Urdu Church in Hands of God which is run by Papa Thongchai, a local Thai preacher in Bangkok. The congregation consists of more than 250 Pakistani asylum seekers and they all gathered to worship, celebrate the day, and remember the sufferings of refugees around the world. Our lead officer in Thailand, Christian Malik, was also present and witnessed the beautiful Urdu worship. The people wo...

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Persecution of Christians

Asia Bibi an innocent mother of 5 imprisoned for five years simply for enacting kindness. Persecution of Christians – Where, How Bad, and What Can We Do? More and more, the persecution of Christians is getting into the mainstream media. We hear of Egyptian Christians lined up and shot or beheaded in Egypt, nearly 150 Christian university students massacred in Kenya, hundreds of Christian girls kidnapped from school or college in Kenya, crucifixions and beheadings of Christians – even children – in Syria, suicide bombs against churches in Pakistan. This year is also the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Over the space of several years, ...

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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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