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Blasphemy law victim Zaffar Bhatti's case due to be heard in jail
The case of Zaffar Bhatti is due to be heard on August 25i n Adiala Jail, Rawalpini.  Zaffar, who is falsely charged under the blasphemy law, has been in the prison since September 2012, and now almost two years later his case is finally due to be heard.  A case was registered against him under 295-C of the  blasphemy law, and section 25-D telegraph for sending blasphemous text messages.
Posted On: [22/08/2014 13:19:59]

Violence continues to rise against Christians in Pakistan
According to a recent brief published by the USCIRF  (U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom), the overall climate for religious freedom continues to deteriorate, violence against Christians has risen substantially in recent months, and more than 120 Christians have died in the last year as a result of targeted religious violence in Pakistan.
Posted On: [20/08/2014 19:58:43]

Pakistani interfaith couples brave threats for forbidden love
By Khurram Shahzad August 17, 2014 1:38 AM Lahore (Pakistan) (AFP) - Thirteen years ago among the whirring looms of a garment factory in an eastern Pakistani city, a Muslim woman fell in love with a Christian co-worker. Now married with three children, Kalsoom Bibi and her husband Yousuf Bhatti have been shunned by their communities, endured death threats and an abduction, all in the name of religious honour in this conservative Islamic country.
Posted On: [18/08/2014 17:41:40]