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Court of Appeal confirms the death sentence for Asia Bibi
The Pakistani High Court of Appeal has today (Oct 16) confirmed the death sentence for Asia Bibi and dismissed her appeal At the High Court this morning before the bench of Mr. Justice Anwar Ul Haq and Mr. Justice Shahbaz Ali Rizvi around 25 Mullah’s were present to apply pressure and push for the sentence, which was originally passed in 2010, to be upheld.
Posted On: [16/10/2014 11:55:32]

Policeman tries to kill British victim of the blasphemy law in Pakistani prison
A Pakistani policeman tried to shoot dead a British national facing  the death penalty for blasphemy.  On Thursday, 25 September Muhammad Asghar, 70, was shot by a policeman on duty in Adiala Jail.  He was charged under the blasphemy law in 2010 for claiming that he was a prophet and earlier this year he was sentenced to death. British Prime Minister David Cameron had raised his concern about Asghar and the misuse of the blasphemy law with Pakistan's government.   
Posted On: [26/09/2014 14:48:44]

Pakistani Christians mark 1st anniversary of attack on All Saints Church in Peshawar
On September 22 Pakistani Christians throughout the world marked the first anniversary of the suicide bombing at All Saints Church in Peshawar. They held special prayers and remembered those who were martyred in this horrific attack. One hundred and nineteen faithful were killed and 150 injured. Many are still suffering because they were not provided with the required medical treatment in time. Islamic extremist group TTP Jundullah - which has links to the Taliban - claimed responsibility for the blast, which was the deadliest attack on Christians in Pakistani history and was condemned worldwide but no one has been punished yet.
Posted On: [23/09/2014 16:35:33]