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.


Protestors converge at 10 Downing Street to oppose Taliban oppression in Afghanistan

An anti-Taliban oppression rally outside 10 Downing Street was attended by diverse people from a multitude of faiths and no faith on Saturday 18th September 2021. A Muslim-led anti-Taliban rally outside 10 Downing Street was attended by diverse people from a multitude of faiths and no faith on Saturday, 18th September 2021. Please sign our petition (click here) The event was organised by the Muslim Education Centre of Oxford headed by Imam Dr Taj Hargey. He said: "In common with many British Muslims, MECO (Muslim Educational Centre of Oxford) – a progressive and forward-looking community organisation – is ...

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Asian Christians to support anti-taliban protest in unity with concerned Muslims

An anti-Taliban oppression protest has been arranged for Saturday, by the Muslim Education Council of Oxford led by the courageous and much loved Imam Dr Taj Hargey a long-term friend of the British Asian Christian Association, who has collaborated with us on many of our protests. Hannah Chowdhry (17 yrs) a spokesperson for the British Asian Christian Association, will be speaking at the event and will be desire for women in Afghanistan to share the same freedoms as women her in the UK.  She will also be calling for protection of the thousands of Christians of Afghanistan who live in fear and anxiety, knowing full well that their faith is anat...

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Christian girl of 10 years beaten over head with stone and then carried into barn where she was raped by local Muslim teenager

A Christian girl of only 10 years of age has been savagely raped by a local Muslim boy of only 18 years of age after he first beat her on the head with a large heavy stone. Aleeza Younis was later left bleeding on a street corner where she was found by her father and some other locals who were out looking for her. On 2nd September, around 5:00 pm, Zareena Bibi (55 yrs) asked her granddaughter Aleeza Younis to go to the local pharmacist a Dr Noel. She asked for Aleeza to simply check if it was open. Zareena required a medical assessment and a prescription for some medicine and was hoping to visit if the pharmacy was still open. The pharmacy was close to the ...

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Hopes for acquittal for Pakistan's youngest blasphemy prisoner dashed by yet another lawyers strike and holidaymaking Judge! In the meanwhile threats to his life increase!

We have regularly informed you about the case of Nabeel Masih who was only 16 years old, when he was accused of blasphemy after someone shared an image of the Kabba (Muslim holy shrine in Mecca) with a pigs head on it, on his Facebook page.  Nabeel Masih was entirely innocent but in the furore that arose after Muslim friends accused him of shaming Islam resulted in him almost being lynched, his father being beaten up and almost killed by Police officers during a brutal interrogation, leading to Nabeel giving himself up to save his father.   After two years of mistakes by other charities involved in helping Nabeel, he came to for...

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Thanks to BACA a man has been arrested for involvement in 16 year old Muqadas's abduction rape and forced Islamic marriage

A 16 year old Christian girl was forcibly abducted from her own home by three gunmen resulting in serious injuries to her grandmother who was thrown against a door when she tried to stop the abductors enacting the crime.  The whole incident was seen by a village of witnesses who ran out of their homes to see what was causing loud shrill screaming by the younger sister of Muqadas.  Though initially police at Peer Mahal Police Station took no interest in the abduction and advised the parents of Muqadas to go home, telling them they expected the matter to resolved within a few days, they later registered the crime aft...

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I know the hatred that Christians will now face in Afghanistan says UK-based Afghan Christian

Image of tearful woman escaping Kandahar with a few possessions after fall to Taliban. Some of you will remember how in 2018 we helped Jay an Afghan Christian escape the dangerous persecution he faced in Kent when the Muslim community discovered his apostacy (quitting of Islam).  We helped him move to a place far away from where he had lived and with the help of Nissar Hussain another Ex-Muslim (click here) we had a relocated, were able to re-establish a new life for him free of danger amongst a supportive church network. Jay has continued his attendance at church at his new location and is an ardent believer who believes God is developing ...

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BACA food parcels continue to prevent starvation amongst Thailand's Pak-Christian community

With the help of some timely food parcels British Asian Christian Association, have been able to prevent the starvation of numerous Pak-Christian Asylum seekers in Bangkok, Thailand.  While the UK has ended it's lockdown citizens of Thailand await a further few weeks before their 2nd Lockdown is to be lifted. When a lockdown was declared on 20th July 2021, the Royal Thai Government confirmed that it would not be a nationwide lockdown but one restricted to the 29 most affected provinces till mid-August.  However on 16th August with over 21,000 new cases being raised every day the partial lockdown was extended to the end ...

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Hope for a Nayya (new) Pakistan rises as a Muslim nurse challenges abysmal treatment of Nurse Tabeeta who was attacked by colleagues after a false accusation of blasphemy!

Tabeeta Gill, a Pakistani Christian nurse and a Gospel singer, was falsely accused of having committed blasphemy on 28th January 2020.  We reported full details of this in a previous article which you can read (here). Tabeeta was tortured: slapped, beaten with clubs and dragged from the third floor of the hospital to the ground floor. An abortive attempt was made to burn her to death.  However after surviving a few nurses close to her spoke up for her and with their help and other NGO's she was able to extricate herself from police custody and she has now fled the country.   Though a clamour arose from Christian group...

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Christian nurses forced to work continuously in COVID-19 ward accused of blasphemy when she resisted on basis that burden should be shared with Muslims

Two nurses of District Headquarters Hospital (DHQ) were arrested under the notorious blasphemy law of Pakistan despite being involved in the countries COVID-19 response. On 9th April 2021, an application was filed with the local police authority against Mariyam Laal, charge nurse and Nevish Arooj a third year student of nursing accusing them of committing blasphemy.  It was said that they had removed a [bacteria-infested] sticker with sacred inscription in Arabic, from a cupboard they were asked to clean in a psychiatric ward. During a gathering of scores of enraged staff and onlookers in the hospital (9th April), Muhammad Waqar, a wo...

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16 year old Christian girl wrenched from the safety of her home by Muslim gun gang, in sight of shocked onlookers and later forced into Islamic Marriage

A 16 year old Christian girl was forcibly abducted from her own home by an armed gang of Muslim men who entered their house by kicking in her door during daylight hours before numerous witnesses.The men then seriously injured the 75 year old grandmother of the young girl, after she tried to intervene to save her granddaughter. At around 11.30 am, Monday, 9th August, Muqadas Nadeem Masih (16 yrs)  from Shorkot, Jhang, was abducted from her home in front of her family and other villagers by Muhammad Azeem Malik and two burly cohorts, all armed with pistols. At the time Muqadass and her younger sister were working on household chores with th...

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