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Anglican leader highlights suffering of Pakistani Christians in Easter sermon
LONDON: Justin Welby, the leader of the world’s Anglicans, was to praise the resilience of persecuted Christian minorities around the world in his Easter sermon on Sunday. The Archbishop of Canterbury was also to highlight the suffering of people in Syria, Ukraine, Rwanda and Pakistan.
Posted On: [20/04/2014 12:19:13]

Christian boy killed for not converting to Islam
Haroon, alias Sunny, aged 22, was murdered by a Muslim colleague who shot him dead on April 16, 2014. He had recently started work at an Islamic in Lahore as a sweeper, where he worked alongside Muslim security guard Umer Farooq. Farooq mocked Haroon’s Christian faith on a daily basis and forced him to embrace Islam. He started showing dreams to Haroon and told him that he was good looking and should embrace Islam. He also promised to him a life of luxury and marriage to a rich Muslim woman, but Haroon did not care about these things and refused to embrace Islam.
Posted On: [20/04/2014 12:14:27]

A date has been set for the next court hearing of Aasia Bibi.
Aasia will appear before the Honourable Mr. Justice Sardar Tariq Massod and Mr. Justice Abdula Sami Khan on April 14 for final arguments.  Given the recent decisions made against people charged under the blasphemy law, it is not looking likely that the judgment against Aasia will be favourable.
Posted On: [11/04/2014 21:08:41]