Unrest in Pakistan that erupted in August after two Christian brothers were accused of blaspheming Islam has continued, with a pastor being shot and other Christians arrested, and an official in Pakistan blames India for the conflict.
Following a raid earlier this year by Kyrgyzstan officials, two foreign Protestants — both associated with a registered church — were fined for “illegal missionary activity.”
A Christian educator accompanying students to a Bible institute in India was arrested and charged with human trafficking and fraudulent conversion.
Forcible removal of church crosses is resuming in an apparent government plan to eradicate Christian symbols in China.
Three times this summer, Christians were accused of blaspheming Islam, leading other Christians to flee their homes in Pakistan for fear of retribution.
LAHORE, Pakistan — A Pakistani judge refused to dismiss an anti-terrorism charge against a Catholic man accused of blasphemy. A judge on July 6 rejected
LAHORE, Pakistan — A Christian man charged with blasphemy was not allowed to attend his bail hearing, apparently to appease the accusers. Morning Star News,