Articles Posted in the " Christians in Pakistan " Category

  • Sindh Government to repair historical churches and temples

    The Sindh government has decided to take up the renovation and restoration work of the historical temples and churches in the province. The provincial government has announced to start the repair work on the historical worship places of Christians in Hindus. For this reason a Rs400 million project is set to be launched to make […]

  • Islamabad: Two bills anent religious minorities under discussion in the Parliament

    Pakistani Parliament discusses two bills relating to non-Muslims – these two bills include a bill relating to establishment of a Minorities’ rights commission, other bill related to protection of religious minorities in the country. The bill relating to establishment of minorities’ rights commission harbors demand for establishment of a special “Pakistan Minority Rights Commission.” The […]

  • Nabeel Masih blasphemy uproar: Extremists threaten to burn Christian activists alive

    Pakistani Christian advocacy group Legal Evangelical Association Development (LEAD) receives threats from religious fanatics. Advocate Sardar Mushtaq Gill, LEAD chief informed that a clerk and field co-coordinator were threatened of dire consequences for advocating for blasphemy accused Christian teenager Nabeel Masih. Advocate Sardar Mushtaq informed CIP that the incident took place on October 15, when […]