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.


Islamic extremism takes firm root in Britain.

In the last week or two we have had several official moments of silence for victims of Islamic extremism, first for the victims in Tunisia, then the 10th anniversary of the 7-7 attacks.  However, for most of us, the memory is fading, the news headlines taken over by various other issues.  But of course, extremism hasn’t gone away. View ITV London footage of BPCA Lee Rigby concert (click here) There are many victims of such extremism, including fellow Muslims, but Christians tend to bear a great deal of the hatred and violence because they are a rival major missionary religion, and because they are seen to be adherents of a Western reli...

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BPCA Chairman Wilson Chowdhry interview with UCB

Wilson Chowdhry the Chairman of BPCA has an interview with United Christian Broadcasters (UCB) and discusses the case of Asia Bibi and the level of persecution faced by Christians and minorities in Pakistan. Please click on the link below to listen to this interview. Wilson Chowhdry interview with UCB

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Indian Muslim's Condemn ISIS

Indian Muslims condemn the brutal atrocities by ISIS against Minorities in Iraq and Syria; denounce religious intolerance, persecution and violence in the name of Islam    Indian Muslims are shocked and pained by the brutality and atrocities being perpetrated by the ISIS (Islamic State of Syria and Iraq) against Christians, Shias, Kurds, Yazidis and other minorities in the regions now under their control. We strongly condemn such barbarism which is against the teachings of Islam. We express our heart-felt sympathies and solidarity with the survivors of those whose near and dear ones have been mercilessly butchered, and the tens of thousands of Iraq's min...

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Praying for the persecuted!

Over 600 Christians met and prayed for the persecuted church of Iraq.  Wilson carried the cross a recognised symbol of our faith. A one hour prayer vigil was held at Parliament Square yesterday.  At least 600 Christians came together to share a time of corporate prayer over the terrible situation faced by minorities in Iraq. Wearing red to symbolise the blood of martyrs they came without banners. The event which grew through a facebook campaign led by a group called "Prayer 7:14", brought Christians of all diversities to a designated meeting point known for it's political influence.  The Houses of Parliament a hub for British politics was the focus o...

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Stop the Crisis! Bring down ISIS!

A multi-faith delegation submit petition to 10 Downing Street.   Over 500 visitors of different faiths, cultures and other diversities, converged on 10 Downing Street today (13.08.14), to call for better protection for the suffering minorities facing genocide in Iraq.  People of good conscience shouted slogans such as; Down down ISIS down!, Stop killing innocent Christians and Stop the crisis bring down ISIS - intent on highlighting concerns about the safety of many recent victims.  There collaborative demonstration was organised to convince the UK government to increase their current level of aid to communities fleeing their homes and livelihoods t...

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Sinjar, Rabia and Zumar and the threat posed by ISIS – An Appeal

  ISIS Militants 3rd August 2014 Today, the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) overran the city of Sinjar and the two towns of Rabia and Zumar with no defence being reportedly offered by the KDP peshmergas. This is despite the fact that Mr. Barzani promised the residents on his visit a few days ago to Sinjar province that he would protect them. Residents of these towns and Sinjar question why no reasonable defence was offered. The capture by ISIS of these areas poses the severest of threats to not just the local inhabitants but also the population of the city of Hassaka on the Syrian border. To some observers, the clear failure by the KDP to defend Sinja...

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