Staines International Award cemony in USA. PCP Report.

USA. August 17. Dr. Diana Barnes , South Asia Desk Officer at the U. S. Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights & Labor and the Office of International Religious Freedom presents the "Staines International Award For Religious Harmony" instituted by The International Council of Evang



Egypt. Barnabas Fund has been contacted urgently by a partner in the Coptic Orthodox Church this morning with the urgent news that St Anthony's Monastery on the Red Sea is under siege by the police at this very moment.

Some 200 - 300 police officers equipped with 14 bulldozers have closed and blo



Muslim authorities in Rome recently sacked the Egyptian imam of Rome's Grand Mosque, Abdel Sami' Mahmoud Ibrahim Moussa, for praising Palestinian suicide bombers and calling for the annihilation of all enemies of Islam.

His remarks sparked controversy, and caused the Italian Interior Minister,



Local authorities in Sheikh Zied City, 15 km north of Cairo are opposed to a newly built church and have gone to extreme lengths to disrupt the official opening.

Prayers of dedication for the church were due to be held in early July at an official celebration of the church's opening; however on t


Muslim Convert Butchered.

HOLY LAND. 29 July 2003(Barnabas Fund) The body of a Muslim convert to Christianity who went missing in mid-July, has been returned to his family, slaughtered and cut into four pieces by Islamic extremists.

The man left his friends and family almost two weeks ago heading into a mountainous region


Eight- member body to probe Priest's murder. By Ajay Afzal Masih

Pakistan's leading English newspaper Dawn has reported in its July 31 issue that Punjab chief minister Pervez Elahi has constituted an eight-member committee to probe the murder of Father George Ibrahim, the committee will submit it's report to the chief minister within one week.
It is learnt that


UN launches Pakistan anti-corruption crackdown. PCP. Report

The United Nations has appointed London-based Barrister Khawar Qureshi to advise the Government of Pakistan as UN member States prepare to sign a new Anti-Corruption Convention later this year.
Mr Qureshi, 37, will recommend to the Government's Nation Accountability Bureau how to establish a new, s


Coalition Asks Congress to Continue Support of Democracy-building, Human Rights, and Religious Freedom in Russia. PCP. Report.

Washington, D.C. - A coalition of religious leaders, activists, and academics has asked the United States Congress to maintain support and development of non-governmental organizations in Russia to address issues of religious freedom, human rights, and democracy.

In a letter to House and Senate


Minister Sadiq Waryam visiting Canada. By Afzal Masih

Toronto. July 17. Minister Sadiq Waryam is arriving to Toronto, Canada on a four days trip to attend the international Christian broadcasters seminar. Minister Waryam a native of Lahore has devoted his life in serving the Christian community of Pakistan. After earning a master degree in Punjabi lit


Chairman CPEF demands to ensure rights of CDA sanitary workers.

ISLAMABAD, July 17. The Former Federal Minister and Chairman Peace Education Foundation (CPEF) J. Salik has demanded the government and CDA Officials would ensure the rights of CDA sanitary workers according to agreement. Alleging the private contractors were exploiting of sanitary workers and they


Roberts Liardon Returns to Regular Preaching.

After stepping aside from active ministry due to a "moral failure," pastor and writer Roberts Liardon has returned to regular pulpit preaching. Liardon, who founded Embassy Christian Center in Irvine, Calif., 10 years ago, resumed Sunday morning preaching last month. Liardon confessed to a short-ter


Hindu Social worker picked up by police. By S. Nisar

HYDRABAD. July 8. Expressing doubt that a young Hindu writer, poet, journalist and social worker of Thar district of Sindh, Kirshan Sharma has been picked up by agencies, the activists of HRCP, Sindhi Adabi Sangat and his relatives have appealed to higher authorities for his release. Ms. Nasreen Sha


Hindu Girl Kidnapped in Sindh Pakistan. By Shamshad Nasir.

Hyderabad. July 6, 2003: The members of Hindu minority community has been agitating in Jaccobabad city of Sindh against what they called abduction of their unmarried girl Sonya by a shopkeeper Zulfiqar Ali Ghenchyo since 23 June 2003.Hundreds of Hindus took out protest procession demanding recovery



A 38 yrs old Roman Catholic Priest Fr. George Abraham was gunned down at his Perish house in the premises of Catholic Church at Renala Khurd, district Okara, 180 miles of South of Islamabad city.

According to the facts after mid night on July 4, 2003, five armed men entered in the Church boundar


Barnabas Fund launches new petition on Islamic law of Apostasy. PCP. Report.

London. July 4 .International Christian charity Barnabas Fund this month launched a major new petition focusing on the Islamic law of apostasy. According to traditional Islamic law (Shari'ah) adult Muslim men who choose to convert to another faith (apostatize) and refuse to return to Islam, should

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