Born for forced Labour. BY Abbas Kassar. Hyderabad.

According to Munoo Bheel he with his family had worked as peasants tilling the lands of landlord Abdul Rahman Mari for many years but as the landlord did not pay them the share from sale of crops they raised on his lands according to Sindh Tenancy Law he had ran away from the lands of above Zamindar


A Pentecost for the Templars. By James Reese.

Then they saw what looked like tongues of fire which spread out and touched each person there. They were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to talk in other languages, as the Spirit enabled them to speak.

Verses 40 - 42: Peter made his appeal to them and with many other words he urged th



This and other demands were raised in the first convention of Nazims of Taluka/Towns municipal administrations of Sindh held here on Sunday. More than 50 Nasims out of 86 attended the convention from all 16 districts of the province including Karachi. The convention formed Sindh Taluka/Town Nazims A


sociological discourse of the minorities and Socio-economic Injustice Against religious Minorities in Pakistan. By Sabir Michael

The more frequently visible minority groups residing in Pakistan are Christians 2,092,902, Hindu 2,111,271, Qadiani 286,212, Schedule Caste 332,343, Others 96,142 which includes Parsi, Buddhist and Bahais etc. (Ministry of Minority Affairs Islamabad) These minority groups are profoundly integrated i


Will there be peace between India & Pakistan? By Dr. Pritum K. Rohila.ACHA.

To build on this opportunity, at midnight of August 14, peace groups like Pakistan-India People's Forum for Peace & Democracy organized Candlelight Vigils for Peace in both countries at Ahmadabad, Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi, Karachi, Pune and Wagah-Atari crossing on India-Pakistan border.
In USA, Ind



Writing for Umar Hayat was not an esoteric exercise. Rather, it was the heart speaking in a straightforward, plain and eloquent language. He used his pen for the media of his heart to expose also violations of human rights. Umar Hayat was a daring writer who revealed beauty as well as ugliness of po


21st Century Sodom and Gomorrah. By Bishop T. Nasir

He starts his article with these words. "You've heard all the arguments against gay marriage: that it represents a threat to the core values of Western civilization; that it undermines the institution of the family; that it's unnatural, unhealthy, and UN-Christian. First it was the Supreme Court str


Feasible and Pragmatic Solutions Please. By Asif Mall. UK

First of all they don't have strong leadership, which could give them hope and a clear sense of direction. Secondly they have the problem of living in a country, where they face persecution and discrimination; and are economically exploited by the majority community. Thirdly they look towards the so


The Cultural Baggage: A Reading of Stephen Gill's Immigrant. By Professor Dr.D. Prameswari.

This historically connotative word is culture specific as well. It implies a cultural travel, a journey through several varying cultures. The Indo Caribbean writer in Canada, the poet Rambai Espinet observes: AIt is vital to remember that we are travellers moving with a lot of cultural baggage. We h



However, the demand for the stronger laws in favour of 95% population of Muslims was there from the beginning of the formation of Pakistan. This process began soon after the death of Jinnah in 1948, and was speeded up by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who nationalized Christian schools, colleges and hospitals


The Persecuted Church Needs Your Help. By James R. Reese, Knight Grand Officer.

Unless concerned Christians, Jews, and Muslims act to change the laws and prevailing attitudes in Islamic and Communist countries, the 21st century will become a tragic repeat of the 20th.
This article is a call to action for those who care about their fellow human beings. Even if you are an ath


Agony of Jalal Masih Family in Punjab Province of Pakistan. By ROBERTS

These are the words came from the very depth of the heart of Mr. Jalal Masih 55 years old a resident of Krishan nagger near Sialkot Pakistan. He got 2 sons Rasheed Masih 18 years, Tariq Masih 16 years and 4 daughters Nosheen 25years, Noreen 23years, Nusrat 22years and Nazish 20years and his wife Bas


WOE ON THE CONDITION OF POOR PAKISTANI CHRISTIANS. By Roberts.. Chained 4 Christ International.

Today the civilized nations are talking about Peace in middle east , Iraq, Afghanistan, Kashmir and other part of the world but why this civilized nations are mute and don't think about the crucial situation of Pakistani Christians at all?.

Pakistani Christians are continuously under the const


Gopal Godse & Gandhi Assassination: In a dingy apartment, quiet anger simmers in the last of the Gandhi plotters. By Asia peace.

"I want to explain how I was connected to this Gandhi assassination," Gopal Godse says, beginning his story.

His voice is calm, sunken gray-green eyes fixed on his listener. But his words convey the cold, unrepentant fury that drove a tiny band of conspirators to plot the killing of Mohandas Gan


Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs Christina Rocca's. Statements on the Gujarat Massacre

No, "much action" has not been taken against the perpetrators in India! In fact, one academic study of the events establishes that this is the first time in (post-Independent) Indian history where communal rioting was directed openly by the State against its own minority populace. Yet most of the po

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.

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