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Chack No. 59 The true Horrors

Shamim Visits the brothers of Shahzad Masih By R. Jones Researcher for the BPCA working with Shamim Masih - a full account and update provided by the family we will visible on this blog tomorrow.: The Fire is still burning at Yousef Gujjar Bricks Company in Chack no. 59,after a young married Christian couple were dragged from their home and savagely beaten, inhumanly stripped in front of a vicious mob of over 1,200 and tossed into the brick kiln alive, like discarded rubbish after being accused of blasphemy In Pakistan. Shama Bibi, 24, who was 5 months pregnant and husband Shahzad (Sijiad) Masih 26, wanted to be free of the enslavement of labor bondage, in which t...

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Powerful re-enactment of Asia Bibi's tragic incident

On the 16th October 2014, death row mother of 5 Asia Bibi heard her appeal for mercy rejected by Lahore High Court. Sentenced to death by hanging under Pakistan’s notorious Blasphemy laws, Asia returned to her squalid prison cell to await her fate. On the 18. October 2014 the BPCA organised a protest the last part of the protest was a powerful re-enactment of Asia Bibi's tragic incident, by Latasha Sinclair a British Champion in Lyrical, Modern and Acro Dancing.  

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Candlelight vigil held at Pakistan High Commission met with hostility by officers unaware of death of slain Christian couple Shahzad and Shama.

Prayer warriors continue honouring Shahzad and Shama despite intimidation. Campaign group British Pakistani Christian Association led a small candlelight vigil outside the Pakistan Embassy last night (Saturday 15th November).  A group of three children and three adults who had all been praying for justice for Shahzad and Shama, met outside the Pakistani High Commission, Lowndes Square, to pay their respects to slain Christian couple Shahzad and Shama and to submit a petition to the consulate. The group lit a number of tea-light candles in the shape of a cross before a picture of the brutally murdered couple and began to pray for the intolerant  countr...

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Pakistani Christians gather in Southall for Shazad and Shama Memorial

Esther Das of WWEB TV spoke of the need for unity. Pakistani Christians from across London gathered at St Lukes Church, In Southall on Friday 14th November after yet another extra-judicial killing of innocent Christians, within violence-ridden Pakistan.   The killing of Shahzad and Shama was such a brutal act which including beating them with sticks and other implements, stripping them naked and then roasting them over a brick kiln, after having covered them in cotton wool to ensure they burnt.  The two older children that the murdered couple left behind witnessed the two bodies twitching whilst over the kiln, and it is commonly believed the two were...

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Another Christian arrested for Blasphemy!

LAHORE: A Christian man Qaiser Ayub 40 years old was arrested for an alleged blasphemy, in Lahore by the Chakwal Police. The FIR No.105/2011 was registered against him under section 295-C PPC at Police Station, Talagang, Chakwal.  The man had been in hiding from last 3.5 years and was offered no assistance by the United Nations Human Rights Commission Office in Pakistan, despite several attempts. The victim earned a master degree in computer sciences and was formerly a teacher at one of the most prestigious schools of Lahore. His colleagues came to Advocate Sardar Mushtaq Gill for legal assistance.We ask for Prayer for Mushtaq and the innocent victim as they try...

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Slain Pakistani Christian couple Shama and Shahzad remembered by the BBC

Today our Chairman Wilson Chowdhry was invited to BBC's main news studios in Regent Street, for a radio interview on the persecution faced by Pakistani Christians.  The feature which will also cover persecution faced by minorities in Iraq, Iran, Syria and Egypt, is set to be aired on Sunday across 40 local radio stations. Reporter Alex Strangeways-Booth who has previously asked Wilson to report on discrimination by Islamic aid groups during the 2011 Pakistan inundation, intimated that she is championing a change in the way religious topics are viewed by the BBC, who have long held a secular leftist approach that often marginalises faith.  One of the reasons s...

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Evangelical Christians call on Westminster to take action against Pakistan for summary execution of Pakistani Christians

Some of the few remains of the unfortunate martyrs Shahzad and Shama (RIP). Evangelical Christians call on Westminster to take action against Pakistan for summary execution of Pakistani Christians Describing the burning to death of a young Christian man and his pregnant wife in a brick kiln in Pakistan as “barbaric”, the Evangelical Alliance wants all Christians to sign a petition and come out and support a rally outside 10 Downing Street. On 4th November 2014, 26-year-old Shahzad Masih and his 24-year-old wife Shama Bibi who, was four months pregnant, were beaten, tortured and burned alive in the fiery furnace of a brick kiln while the local police sto...

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Justice for Shahzad and Shama a peace vigil and protest in London.

Victims Shama and Shahzad Masih (RIP) The British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) are calling for a peaceful Downing Street protest on November 22nd 2014 between 11a.m. and 1p.m.  The purpose of  the protest is twofold. Firstly, we seek to honour the lives of the Christian husband Shahzad Mahsih,and his pregnant wife, Shama Bibi who were brutally murdered on November 4th 2014, after a false accusation of desecrating the Koran. The couple were poor bonded labourers (slaves who have to work for master to pay debts), who worked for a brick kiln owner. After being savagely beaten by an incensed mob, their legs were broken, they were both stripped nake...

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