» 06/18/2012, 00.00
Lahore; hundreds of Christians and Muslims rally for Asma Jahangir
The well-known human rights activist receives death threats. "I devoted my life to marginalised and oppressed people," Asma Jahangir said, "I will not be deterred." Politicians, religious leaders and members of civil society come out in a show of solidarity. NCJP leaders call on the authorities to guarantee her safety. "[W]e are all with her," Peter Jacob said.
11/11/2009 PAKISTAN – UNITED NATIONS
Pakistan’s anti-blasphemy campaign at the UN minorities forum
The second UN Forum on Minorities Issues opens Tomorrow in Geneva. It will focus on minority participation in politics. The NCJP delegation will submit a proposal to fight extremism in Pakistan and strengthen minority representation.
09/07/2005 PAKISTAN - GREAT BRITAIN
Pakistan: Unanimous and inter-religious condemnation for the London attack
However, Qazi Hussain Ahmed, the country's Muslim leader, has asked the English government to "conduct fair and transparent inquiries" and "not to make discriminatory moves against peaceful citizens."
Killers of Catholic youth, Javed Anjum, sentenced
Only two out of the three murderers were sentenced; they have been condemned to 25 years imprisonment. The 19-year-old boy was tortured in a bid to make him embrace Islam.
Fanaticism will destroy country, Christian leaders warn Musharraf
This is the second time since the Sangla Hill attack that Christian leaders have called for the abrogation of the blasphemy law and for an end to religious fundamentalism.
Christians and Muslims together to defeat the culture of violence
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