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Catholic bishop urges inclusive representation as Pakistan braces for elections amidst...

He suggested that Christians should have the opportunity to cast a double vote – one for their chosen party, another for Christian candidates

Pakistani police urge Christian Churches to hire private security

After bloody assaults to dozens of churches, Karachi police has found a solution for the Christians: “Deploy private security guards.”

Pakistani pastor survives assassination attempt 

The motive behind the attack was Pastor Vicky's decision to erase Islamic writings from the front wall of the Presbyterian Church. 

Catholic prelate appeals peace and justice after mob attacks against Christians...

At least 800 homes and over 30 churches were vandalized and destroyed after a Muslim mob rampaged through the streets on 16 August

Hundreds of Pakistan Catholics celebrate Mass outside burned church days after...

The anti-Christian mob had broken into a frenzy after two Christians, Rocky Masih and Raja Masih, were accused of profaning the Quran

Pakistan Claims 400,000 Social Media Accounts Spread Blasphemy

It also reports eleven “Internet blasphemers” have been sentenced to death, and two of the sentences have already been confirmed on appeal

Pakistani Muslim single-handedly stops mob, defends Hindu family

They face discrimination, kidnappings, and forced conversions, and anyone who “defiles” the Quran or insults Mohammed can face severe penalty

Abduction of Christian girls in Pakistan worsens, says ACN report

A 2022 report said there were at least 78 documented cases of abduction, forcible conversion to Islam and forcible marriage of young women

Jailed Christian in Pakistan released after dismissal of blasphemy charges

Father Yousaf paid tribute to the lawyers who, he said, had worked tirelessly to prove Allahrakha’s innocence.

Balochistan is deadly for Christians in Pakistan

The attack occurred shortly after the military strongly responded to reports claiming that many militants were present in a northern province

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