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Christian men arrested in Lahore riots flee home town.

7 Many young men protested and rioted over the twin bomb attacks Please sign our petition (click here) After the twin bomb attack on two churches in Lahore (15th March 2015) scores of young Christian men caught in mass hysteria over the deaths and injuries of their friends and family members, took to  the streets and rioted.  Two police officers who had apprehended believed gunmen, travelled the wrong way and instead of escaping through a side exit delivered the two believed gunmen into the baying crowd.  This resulted in the two believed gunmen being beaten to death and the...

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British Pakistani Christians gather in Nottingham to share concerns about the treatment of Minorities in Pakistan

Protesters clamour for justice and protection for the victims of the Lahore twin church bombings. Pakistani Christians across the UK made their way to Nottingham to condemn the violence and persecution faced by minorities in Pakistan. Peacemakers brought focus to the Lahore Twin Bomb attack that has currently resulted in 19 deaths and 80 casualties.  They also described their frustrations that Pakistan's media failed to highlight that two men beaten to death by hysterical and frenzied Christians after the explosions, had already been arrested by police officers as gunmen involved in teams of three containing one suicide bomber. Instead the b...

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Twin Lahore Church bomb attack victims remembered by European Pak-Christians in demonstration before EU Parliament

Over 70 Pak-Christians gathered in a circle A vigil was held outside the European Union Parliament on Friday 27th March 2015 to remember the victims of the Lahore twin church bomb attack that killed 17 people and maimed a further 80 victims. A riot ensued after the explosions, after Christians in a frenzied hysteria failed to hold back their emotions, in the first incident of its kind recorded in the history in Pakistan. Two men apprehended by local Policemen were taken from them and beaten to death, then burned, after police chose to walk the gunmen towards the Christian mourners caring for the dead and injured.  It is believed the direction taken by ...

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Vigil for victims of Lahore twin bomb attack in Nottingham 28th March 2015

A vigil has been organised by Nottingham Asian Christians and the British Pakistani Christian Association.  The event will remember the victims of the recent twin bomb attack in Lahore and we will call on the Government of Pakistan to improve it's poor human rights record. Event: Vigil for Lahore twin bomb attack victims Time: 2pm - 5pm Venue: Old Market Square, Nottingham NG1 2JS Contact: Pervaiz Sardar Tel:  078 4670 4670 or 0115 924 1917 email: pervaizsardar@hotmail.co.uk Contact2: Wilson Chowdhry Tel: 020 8514 0861  email: admin@britishpakistanichristians.org Please bring candles, banners and posters and declare your solidarity.

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Foreign Office Reply To BPCA In Regards To Asia Bibi

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Christian couple Shahzad and Shama victims of brick kiln burnings, remembered during memorial and peace concert outside 10 Downing Street

See WWeb TV clip (Click here)  See Geo News clip (click here) This Saturday 22nd November, Downing Street, London saw people of many diversities gather at a peace concert organised by the British Pakistani Christian Association to honour the lives of Shazad and Shama Bibi, and their unborn child, who were burnt alive in Pakistan on 4th November 2014.  The attack was instigated after accusations of desecrating the Koran were made against them.  The peace event also involved a candlelight vigil and 1 minutes silence for the deceased. In Pakistan the Blasphemy Law continues to be used to settle disagreements, and condemns innocent people to mo...

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Powerful re-enactment of Asia Bibi's tragic incident

On the 16th October 2014, death row mother of 5 Asia Bibi heard her appeal for mercy rejected by Lahore High Court. Sentenced to death by hanging under Pakistan’s notorious Blasphemy laws, Asia returned to her squalid prison cell to await her fate. On the 18. October 2014 the BPCA organised a protest the last part of the protest was a powerful re-enactment of Asia Bibi's tragic incident, by Latasha Sinclair a British Champion in Lyrical, Modern and Acro Dancing.  

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Candlelight vigil held at Pakistan High Commission met with hostility by officers unaware of death of slain Christian couple Shahzad and Shama.

Prayer warriors continue honouring Shahzad and Shama despite intimidation. Campaign group British Pakistani Christian Association led a small candlelight vigil outside the Pakistan Embassy last night (Saturday 15th November).  A group of three children and three adults who had all been praying for justice for Shahzad and Shama, met outside the Pakistani High Commission, Lowndes Square, to pay their respects to slain Christian couple Shahzad and Shama and to submit a petition to the consulate. The group lit a number of tea-light candles in the shape of a cross before a picture of the brutally murdered couple and began to pray for the intolerant  countr...

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Christians protest for Shahzad and Shama in Kasur - London protest to follow!

KASUR: Sign our global petition (click here) A protest march for Shahzad and Shama was held in Kasur 9th November 2014.   Pastors of all denominations including Catholic and Protestant participated.The demonstrators chanted slogans and brandished placards protesting the ongoing religious persecution in Pakistan, demanding an end to the injustices and abuses related to the blasphemy laws. "The government must take immediate bold steps to repeal blasphemy law. The government has absolutely failed to protect its citizens right to life and property" said Sardar Mushtaq Gill Human Rights Defender.  The protestors condemned the horrific killing of Shahza...

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British Pakistani Christian Association protest for Asia Bibi

Video of London protest 18.10.14:  The last five minutes of this video has a powerful re-enactment of Asia Bibi's tragic incident, by Latasha Sinclair a British Champion in Lyrical, Modern and Acro Dancing.  We hope to use this as part of an empathy campaign.  Please share widely and make this video viral!  For correct petition for Asia Bibi  (click here)  Web TV wrote incorrect details on video.

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