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In Pakistan, Christians are ‘the poorest of the poor’

Christians in Pakistan are “the poorest of the poor,” a bishop said, and many do not see any hope for their future

Pakistan’s Catholic bishops call for immediate employment of minorities

The bishop said the government should ensure that work recruitments for minorities are completed by the end of 2021

Christian, Hindu minorities in Pakistan call for respect for rights

Rights groups noted "deep-rooted religious discrimination and forms of inequality, hate speech, and provocations against minorities”

Christian woman in Pakistan arrested for blasphemy after receiving text message

In Pakistan, false accusations of blasphemy are widespread and often motivated by personal vendettas or religious hatred

Interview: Catholic nurses come under fire from Muslim colleagues in Pakistan

In Pakistan, Christian nurses have suffered discrimination and even threats of physical violence from Muslim colleagues

Christian leaders in Pakistan express concern over census results

Pakistan's Population and Housing Census reported that the country's Christian population is declining

Lahore High Court acquits Christian couple on Pakistan’s death row for...

The acquittals ended nearly eight years of legal battle that saw the Christian couple jailed separately on death row

Rights groups deplore continuing attacks on Christians in Pakistan

The National Commission for Justice and Peace condemned the incident and urged authorities to arrest the “monsters”

Muslim mob beats Christians, loots homes in Pakistani village

A US State Department report released last week highlighted what it described as the worsening state of religious freedom in Pakistan

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