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.


Brave Christian family who sold themselves into slavery to save daughter forcibly married to a Muslim have been set free by BPCA

A brave family who have earned the respect of people of good conscience everywhere. When a 12 year old Christian girl named Elisha in Pakistan went missing after leaving her home to go shopping 27th November 2017, her elder sister Rimsha (16 yrs) informed her parents Rubina (35 yrs) and Iqbal Masih (40 yrs) who immediately excused themselves from their work as domestic servants to search for her. That same afternoon after a frantic search of their whole colony they discovered through a neighbour that their daughter had been abducted by a Muslim man over twice her age named Sagheer Ismael (25 yrs). Alarmed by this news a hysterical Iqbal Mas...

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Pakistani Christians protest against ongoing allegations of teenage blasphemy and cruel FIA Sordid tactics that led to 'Leap of Faith' nearly killing an innocent Christian

A leap of faith resulted in critical injury of Pakistan's notorious Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) suspect Sajid Masih. Despite laying in hospital as he fights for his life he shared his account of the vile attempts to make him perform a sex act with his cousin Patras Masih the primary suspect in the blasphemy case, during a sordid FIA interrogation process. By jumping out of a window the brave Christian man prevented a homophobic backlash against the vulnerable Pak-Christian Community. A video can be watched (here) On Saturday 3rd of March Pakistani Christians will be protesting outside the Lahore Press Club calling for a full investigation into the attacks o...

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Canadian PM sends economic valentine to Pakistan prior to India visit seeks to “remove bilateral trade barriers” with countries retaining blasphemy laws

Much ado has been made about Prime Minister Trudeau’s recent trip to India, with much attention paid to his propensity for cultural fashion faux pas and association with a man who has previously attempted to murder an Indian MP. (click here)   Surprisingly it has received little notice in the Canadian press that Mr Trudeau also very recently laid out a special valentine trade overture to the Pakistani government who has been rather hypocritically lodging human rights complaints against India for their behaviour in Kashmir against Sikhs. (click here) Given Pakistan’s treatment of religious minorities, including Sikhs such a complain...

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Rome's Colosseum bathed in Red symbolic of the 'blood of Christian martyrs' while Asia Bibi's husband and youngest daughter meet Pope Francis

On Saturday 24th February 2018 the Pope met the husband and youngest daughter of Asia Bibi who shared accounts of the captivity of Pakistan's most famous blasphemy victim.They were joined by Rebecca Bitrus, a young Nigerian Christian woman, who fled from Boko Aram terrorists after two years of captivity. Watch CBN News feature (click here) While the meeting took place the Colosseum in Rome was bathed in red light at 6 pm (local time) in solidarity with all those who are persecuted for their faith. Organised by Aid to the Church in Need. The Maronite Cathedral of St Elias in Aleppo (Syria) and the Church of St Paul in Mosul in Iraq wer...

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Christian man told to strip and give oral sex to his cousin accused of blasphemy, leaps from fourth storey of Pakistan's 'FBI' headquarters

A Christian man was fighting for his life at Lahore General Hospital last night after he took a 'leap of faith' to escape the brutal intentions of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) officers who wanted him to perform sex on his cousin who had been accused of blasphemy (click here),alleged the victim. Sajid Masih was taken to hospital at Ganga Ram Hospital at 6pm (1PM GMT) and later transferred to MAYO Hospital at around 8.20pm (3.20pm) and was expected to pass away, but through the prayers of Christians across the globe, he survived (click here).  Today he gave a revealing statement to his lawyer that has shocked Christians across Pakistan.  In a vid...

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1000 families forced to flee their homes after a fourth teenager has been arrested for blasphemy - matter may simply be cricketing rivalry!

Losing phone and having a Facebook account rank among other normal teen behaviours that are high risk activities for young Pak-Christian men On 19 February 2018 Patras Masih (17 yrs) a member of Bethania Church, faced the terror of having a mob call for his beheading and Hafiz Muhammad Awais rendered an FIR for blasphemy against him. Patras himself has denied that charge insisting that his phone was lost a while ago and that alleged blasphemous content on his Facebook profile were input by an unknown person.   It has been alleged that a shared a photo of a Hindu wearing shoes in Roza-e-Rasool, the burial place of the Prophet Mu...

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​Indian govt admits rise in religion-based hate crime

India’s pro-Hindu government has presented detailed statistics in parliament showing a surge in religion-based violence since it came to power four years ago. The data reveals the veracity of reports provided by human rights agencies for the duration of the Narendra Modi regime. In 2017, 111 persons were killed and at least 2,384 injured in 822 cases of sectarian violence, the highest figue in the past three years. In 2016, 86 persons were killed and 2,321 injured in 703 incidents of religion-based violence. Uttar Pradesh India's most populous state registered the largest number of incidents, a statewhich has 200 million people, some 40 m...

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Suspect from Shahdara blasphemy case in critical condition after mysterious fall

A man suspected to have been involved in the Shahdara blasphemy case, which erupted earlier this week is fighting for his life after allegedly having “fallen off” the fourth floor of the Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) Punjab headquarters building, during an investigation.  Patras Masih surrendered himself to lawmen after he had been accused of posting blasphemous images on his Facebook page, resulting in a mob of over 3000 Muslims demanding his death as they gathered near his home. Later Patras Masih's cousin Sajid Masih was also arrested after also being implicated by Muslim witnesses. Patras and Sajib both deny the charges (click here)...

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Pakistani Christian leader writes tribute for Billy Graham after the 'Great man' dies at 99 - 'Wembley was my first encounter with God'!

Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, Wilson Chowdhry has praised Reverend Wiliam Graham the world renowned global evangelist attributed with initiating televangelism, in words of tribute today, after hearing of the prominent Christian ministers death on 21st February 2018, at 99 years of age.  Read tribute by Premier Christian Radio (click here).   Wilson Chowdhry, recalled travelling with his father in a beat-up car in 1989 to view Rev Billy Graham as he led a huge outreach programme at Wembley in 1989.  At the time Mr Chowdhry was the tender age of 13 and he did not really understand what was awaiting him a...

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Quetta Bomb victim Aleeza recovering well but needs operation to connect intestine to bowel

Aleeza Ashiq (1 yr), was the youngest victim of the Quetta Church Bomb attack during which she was hit by shrapnel in her right leg and abdomen leaving her needing emergency surgery.  We reported on 5th January 2018 that the injured child a needed life saving operation due to her wound becoming severely gangrenous (click here). Through God's grace and help from BPCA donors we were able fly Aleeza to Karachi with her sister and some volunteers  to be treated at Aga Khan Hospital (click here).  The operation was successful and further required treatment helped Aleeza recover quickly bring her to a level of stability with her health...

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