Painting gloom away from Pakistan’s most famous orphans.

London: (By Hannah Chowdhry) The home of Pakistan’s most famous orphans has had a facelift and new fans installed.. BACA has also replaced items of kitchenware that had been stolen while they were visiting distant relatives.

Suleman (13 yrs), Sonia (10 yrs) and Poonam (8 yrs) surv


Tic limb sought for 5Y/O Aleeza who survived Quetta Bomb attack when baby

London: (By Hannah Chowdhry) Aleeza Masih (5 yrs) was only 1.5 years old when she survived the brutal terrorist attack on Quetta Church on 17th December 2017, 

The attack on Bethel Memorial Methodist Church during a Nativity service, killed 9 people and would have been worse had it


Christian Man hacked by sickles then tied around neck with hose and dragged through streets to nearby home

London: (By Hannah Chowdhry)  A Christian farm worker was  brutally murdered by two Muslim men in a village named Muslimania, Sialkot, Pakistan. 

The men used farm sickles and scythes to inflict large gaping wounds to the head and body of the murder victim. 


Pakistan court sentences Christian man to death for blasphemy

London: On 4th July 2022, the Pakistani Session Court sentenced Christian man Ashfaq Masih to death. He was accused of committing blasphemy for saying that Jesus Christ is the only true prophet in June 2017. 

 Masih pleaded not guilty in court and said in a statement “I


Orphaned brother of murdered at 10 Y/O Badil Masih (RIP) finds his feet at school

London: (By Hannah Chowdhry) Badil Masih (10yrs) was sodomised and murdered by his employer Mr Mohammed Ikram and a cohort, in July 2019, for daring to seek full payment for work he had carried out at a scrapyard.

British Asian Christian Association stepped in to pay for legal costs, an


Muslim outrage over British movie and comments by Indian politicians leads to death threats.

London: (Hannah Chowdhry) The months of May and June have been filled with fear and anxiety for minority Christians in Pakistan and India.  Concerns about potential attacks increased after the release of a movie that depicts the life of Fatimah, the daughter Islam’s prophet Muhamm


New Secretary General of UNIW Elected in Istanbul Conference

 Istanbul, Turkey: The 9th Ordinary Elective General Assembly Meeting of the Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World (UNIW) was held on Saturday, June 25, 2022, at the MUSIAD Headquarters, İstanbul, Turkey. Today, UNIW has around 400 members from 69 countries of 6 contin


Pakistani Christian Girl named Community Champion at inaugural ‘Child of Britain Awards’

London: (Juliet Chowdhry) Hannah Chowdhry, a long term community campaigner and volunteer for British Asian Christian Association, has been named a ‘Community Champion’ by the Child of Britain Awards.

At the prestigious JW Marriott Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London, childre


Sikhs brutally attacked by ISIS terrorists again in Kabul, Afghanistan

New Jersey, USA: The American Sikh Council (ASC) is disgusted and saddened by the terrorist attack by ISIS on the Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Shor Bagh-e-Bala, Kabul, Afghanistan, over the weekend. According to reports the gunmen stormed the gurdwara premises on Saturday morning. One Sikh and a guar


Digital advertising trucks in Washington flash messages: Free Yasin & Free Khurram

 Washington, D.C: The World Kashmir Awareness Forum (WKAF), a Washington-based advocacy group, rented digital advertising trucks in Washington – demanding the release of Khurram Pervez, Yasin Malik and other political prisoners.

 The electronic screens on the trucks carr


Release of Yasin Malik & Khurram Parvez demanded

 Washington, D.C.: Kashmiri Americans of Washington metropolitan area hosted a graduation ceremony at ‘Kashmir House’ Maryland for 2022 graduates. The certificates were given by “Kashmir American Welfare Association (KAWA)” to new graduate for their achievements and a


Pakistani high court upholds death sentence of Christian brothers charged with blasphemy

London: On 8th June, the Lahore High Court, upheld the death sentence of two Christian brothers, Qaiser and Amoon, in a blasphemy case.

They were accused of posting blasphemous contents on the internet and on June 2011, the complainant Muhammad Saeed submitted an application to Police S



HYDERABAD: (By Abbas Kassar) Aurat (Women) March Hyderabad has invited attention of government towards  issues  faced by women and girls particularly in social and economic sphere of their lives which should be overcome through gender-sensitive public policy and its implementa


Pak-Christian women train for empowerment and financial strength.

London: (By Hannah Chowdhry) hristian women from the Christian colony of  Lakhoder which is situated near the biggest dumping site of Lahore are being put through vocational courses to upskill  and gain financial strength.

Traditionally, men and women form the local


BACA meet Pakistan’s most preeminent blasphemy law solicitor to seek help for Zafar Bhatti

London: (By Hannah Chowdhry) After we reported blood in the vomit of Pakistan’s longest serving blasphemy convict ever  Zafar Bhatti (click here), Trustees of British Asian Christian Association agreed to find a solution to his ongoing incarceration.

Zafar  and

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