Pakistan: November Hearings in Parliament: Mob of 1200 burn couple alive as children forced to watch. Children, nursing women, old and sick among hundreds arrested in a big Pakistani neighbourhood in Bangkok. Sunday Times highlights treatment of Pakistani Christians by British Home Office.

Sep 10, 2015 | Uncategorized

October Hearing on Eritrea to be followed by November Hearings in Parliament on Pakistani Christians and other minorities – Call for Evidence – Latest Replies From The British Government on Pakistani Escapees; New article “Why does the world stand idle as Pakistan persecutes Christians?” See:

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Home Office Question in Parliament : September 16th 2015

Lord Alton of Liverpool (XB) To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by the Minister of State for International Development, Desmond Swayne, on 11 September (HC8462), which states that the government of Pakistan has publicly recognised “the problems facing minorities, and the need to bring an end to religious persecutions”, why the current Home Office guidance Pakistan: Christians and Christian Converts states that “there are a large number of Christians in the country and the evidence does not indicate that Christians are, in general, subject to a real risk of persecution or inhuman or degrading treatment”; and whether, in the light of the most recent evidence, they now plan to revise this guidance.

IMG-20150910-WA0008 IMG-20150910-WA0017 IMG-20150910-WA0019 IMG-20150910-WA0024 IMG-20150910-WA0025The Sunday Times - on the way in which the British home Office Treats Pakistani Christians

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