'Honour killing': Brothers kill mother, stepsisters in Lahore

The Express Tribune 14 November 2014
By Hassan Naqvi

LAHORE: Two brothers in Lahore murdered their 50-year-old mother, Sughra, and two stepsisters Amna and Muqqadas, aged 16 and 18 respectively ‘in the name of honour’


Barbaric execution of Christians in Pakistan lead to protests and call to prayer

ChristianToday 13 November 2014
By Carey Lodge

The brutal killing of a Pakistani Christian couple earlier this month has prompted leaders to begin a protest outside 10 Downing Street.


Pakistan’s Blasphemy Impasse

Wall Street Journal 13 November 2014
By Sadanand Dhume

Pakistan can’t solve its blasphemy law problem without finding a way to talk about blasphemy itself. Even for a nation inured to brutality


Rescue Christians WILL save 350 more families (3000 people) from slavery

Shoebat Foundation 12 November 2014
By Shoebat Foundation

Rescue Christians has been working also very hard on the ground in Pakistan. Our teams have been doing some major research and we have now identified


More Victims of Pakistan’s Draconian Blasphemy Laws

FrontPage Magazine 12 November 2014
By Faith McDonnell and Dr. Darara Gubo

The Islamic Republic of Pakistan appears to be vying with a few other nations (also Islamic) for the title of most egregious human rights violator in the world. Much of the evil


UPDATE: Christian Couple Beaten, Burnt Alive by Muslim Mob — Pregnant Wife Had Legs Broken So She Couldn’t Escape Oven

Pamela Geller 6 November 2014

Yes, I posted on the bloodcurdling double murder of a Christian couple with four children who were beaten to a pulp and then burned to death in an oven (kiln) by a Muslim mob


Officials fear al-Qaida is grooming Indian militants for big attacks

The Japan Times 6 November 2014

NEW DELHI – Decrypted communications between Indian Mujahideen (IM) and al-Qaida and testimony from suspects have triggered alarm among intelligence officials in New Delhi: the


Pakistan shocker: Tourism withering away

blazingcatfur 5 November 2014

Difficult as it may seem to be to believe, Pakistan was a thriving tourist destination in the 1960s and 1970s. The Northern Areas were thronged with Europeans and Americans


Christian Couple Killed And Cremated By Barbaric Muslim Mob In Pakistan

kafircrusaders 5 November 2014

Often we hear Muslims coming out with comments about religious tolerance and respecting other peoples beliefs……..but this only applies in the sense that infidels should be


Suicide bomber strikes in Pakistan at border crossing with India

the Long War Journal 4 November 2014
By Bill Roggio

A suicide bomber killed more than 50 people in a blast today at the Wagah border crossing in Pakistan. Two major Pakistani jihadist groups claimed credit for the attack. The


PAKISTAN: Human rights, abortion and disabled women

Asian Human Rights Commission News (press release) 4 November 2014
By Dr. Rakhshinda Perveen

The word 'rights' very often seem so wrong—politically, socially and technically—in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, at all levels of policy making and community gate


UK: Child Sex Exploitation Now the ‘Norm’

Frontpage Mag 2 November 2014
By Robert Spencer

The UK’s Guardian reported Wednesday that "sexual exploitation of vulnerable children has become the social norm in some parts of Greater Manchester,” and the denial and


Kaitlin's Story

savingkaitlin 2 November 2014

Jasmine is a 10 year old English girl. She is very gentle hearted, loves all the pretty things and adores her animals. little girls in danger from grooming gangs She is


Pakistan province rewrites text books for Islam

news24 1 November 2014

A Pakistani province is rewriting school books to make them more Islamic, inserting verses on jihad, removing pictures of unveiled women and changing material on recent


Ban launches campaign to end female genital mutilation

news24 1 November 2014

The UN chief Ban Ki-moon launched on Thursday a global campaign to end the often deadly practice of female genital mutilation within a generation, as survivors said it had


Pakistan: Women musicians speak out about ‘the gender challenge’

artsfreedom 29 October 2014
By Sabrina Toppa

In Pakistan today, women often find themselves unable to pursue music careers because of conservative family attitudes, political insecurity, and gender inequality. But


‘Burka Avenger’ joins fight against polio

The News 27 October 2014
By Myra Imran

With all her smartness, bravery and determination, ‘Burka Avenger,’ the animated character of a teacher-cum-female super hero, joined anti-polio campaign in Pakistan with the


Police: Gunmen kill 8 Shiite Muslims in Pakistan

New Zealand Herald 23 October 2014

A police official says gunmen have killed eight Shiite Muslims in southwestern Pakistan. Operations police chief Aitzaz Goraya says the Shiites from the minority Hazara


Pakistan Mother’s Death Sentence Sparks Outrage In Europe, Churches

BosNewsLife 22 October 2014

Two leading Christian legislators in the European Parliament (EP) have urged the European Union and Pope Francis to help free a Christian mother, whose death sentence for


Pakistani Christian woman is sentenced to hang for 'blasphemous' comments about prophet Mohammed during row with Muslim women

The Daily Mail 17 October 2014
By John Hall and Jack Crone

A Pakistani Christian woman has been sentenced to hang after she was accused of making 'blasphemous' comments about the prophet Mohammed during an argument. While working as

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