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.


Donations to the BPCA pay for the Annual Fees for 6 Students

Jonathan Sohail (Father), has suffered injuries that prevent him earning enough to support his children through school. Our donations will pay the school fees of Ashban Sohail his son who is a student of F.S.C. in Edward College. The BPCA has paid the annual School fees for six victims of the Peshawer bomb attack. The recipients were unable to cover these expenses due to death or injury to the main bread winner in their respective households. This work is addition to the numerous medical fees, food supplements and restorative aids we have provided to other victims. Some of which are detailed in the links below: http://www.britishpakistanichristians.org/blog/pes...

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Peshawar victims continue to receive supplies from BPCA, however we desperately need further funds to complete our relief programme

We have provided wheelchairs and mattresses to over 30 victims. Over the last month the BPCA have visited over 103 victims of the Peshawar bomb attack. Many of these casualties of the unprovoked attack, have relied on our food parcels and medical supplies, due to an ability to work and earn form themselves. Moreover, whilst visiting we have compiled a list of items that victims have personally requested, items which they feel enable them to cope with the unfortunate situations they find themselves in. We will be posting a complete list of needs by tomorrow and pray that some of you feel moved to donate towards our relief work which is providing essential support...

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Hundreds of Lahore Christians flee burning blasphemy mob

Mob member burns Christian Property (Photo from CNN) In yet another case of blasphemy allegations being used as a pretext to attack whole Christian communities, a mob of two to three thousand burned close to a hundred Christian houses in the Badami Bagh district in northern Lahore earlier today. The incident started when a Muslim man, Shahid Imran, accused a Christian sanitary worker, Sawan Masih (a man in his mid 20's aka 'Bubby'), of blasphemy. Imran claims that his friend Masih, twice over the last two days made blasphemous comments about the Islamic prophet, whilst Masih is reported as saying that the accusations came after he, Imram and another friend got into...

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Our Relief Aid work in Peshawar

Mansoor Gill with some of the food supplies to be distributed to local victims of the Peshawar bombings. Prem Masih has lost three grandsons Tony, Amir, Zamir and one granddaughter Prem masih is holding one of his grandson picture whose name is Zamir who lost his life in the bomb blast. The loss of three children from this family has caused great sorrow. The BPCA will be continuing its relief fund to help this beleaguered community. Donations will pay towards false limbs, support for orphaned children and counseling for families grieving for the bereaved and injured. If you would like to donate to our relief work our bank details are as follows: Sort Co...

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BPCA provides food parcels to victims of the deluge in Pakistan provides much needed help. Dengue fever rears it's ugly head attacking 6 victims.

Food Gifts were distributed by the BPCA at several locations including Narowal, this week. The area has a significant Christian Community many of whom have lost the use of their mud houses, which were completely washed away in the floods. The families living there have made a number of temporary accommodations.  We have been advised that one of the walls of the local church has subsided as a consequence of the floods and the local school is currently out of action.  Families have put their children to work while the Government School has been closed to earn extra income to support the rebuilding of their homes and lost possessions.   The BPCA is very ...

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Christian Slum area of Islamabad hit by floods - families are in desperate need of assistance.

Christian homes ravaged by the floods. Desperate Christians living in the slum area of G-7/3 Islamabad are calling for assistance after the loss of their household items and stored foods.   Many of the residents scrape a living working in fields and others as domestic labour or other manual work.  The deluge has temporarily stopped their ability to earn and many of them rely on a daily wage to sustain them.  Tools for trade have been swept away in the floods and community morale has reached its lowest ebb. The Flooding in the area was exacerbated by the City mosque who emptied huge vats of stored water during the flooding, which flowed direct...

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BPCA report secures Christian victim's stay in the UK - worth every penny we have been told!

Our high profile campaigns for justice seem to be having some effect! The British Pakistani Christian Association(BPCA) is pleased to announce a successful appeal opposing a very unfair asylum decision against a persecuted Pakistan Christian. The decision was made in late December, butwe have waited to announce it because there was still a window for theSecretary of State to appeal – this window has now passed. The BPCA had been particularly concerned with this case as it was one of several where the UK Border Agency (UKBA) had rejected the application on very spurious grounds and in effect called the victim a liar. The case involved Mr Raza, a ...

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UKBA - a question of credibility part 2

Damage after fatal bomb attack on Karachi Catholics Continuing on from Part 1 where we talked about the circumstances of Mrs DZ's initial rejection and her appeal The family launched another appeal, which again was denied, even though they supplied further evidence, including a letter from their parish priest, Father John Joseph Paul, stating that Mrs DZ’s husband was an active street evangelist who had a stall selling Christian books. This was simply rejected as not relevant by appealing to the earlier appeal judges ridiculous assertion that because he gave his trade as an electrical engineer he had to have been lying about his street stall....

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UKBA - a question of credibility part 1

Recently murdered Christian from asylum seekers neighbourhood BPCA wishes to highlight yet another case where we consider the UKBA to have reached an unfair decision to reject an asylum claim of a Pakistani Christian family who have fled religious persecution and threats. The case is that of Mrs DZ (name not allowed to be published due to legal reasons) and her family (husband and teenage son) who come from Karachi. Her husband, an electrical engineer / teacher, also did evangelistic work by manning a stall selling Christian books and pamphlets. Please sign our petition: https://www.petitionbuzz.com/petitions/savetheinnocents By way of background, Karach...

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Pakistani Muslims Join campaign for freedom of Asia Bibi

Rupee news has written a very interesting article which shows a letter of support from Akbar Navees a prominent Muslim. It illustrates the strength of passion that has been released as consequence of the Asia Bibi Case. Moreover, such strong words of support from leading Muslims is highlights that we need to re-evaluate our perceptions of the religious extremism in Pakistan. Their are moderate Muslims and to paint one faith as evil and all others as pure is shortsighted and remiss. All faiths have their own dark history and the Christian faith is not unblemished when it comes to persecution. Now is a time to collaborate with our religious counterparts in Pakista...

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