Five Christians arrested under blasphemy in Sahiwal district of Punjab, Pakistan.

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Harrapa, Sahiwal: April 29, 2009. (PCP report) The village Harrapa in Punjab province came in lime light of world press when Muslims kidnapped one Christian girl in year 2008

and forcibly converted her to Islam and one influential Muslim married her who is still in custody of Muslim landlord and Christian father is knocking on every door of leaders for justice. This village is hub of Jaish-e-Mohammad, a banned terrorists organization led by Moulana Masood Azhar on control of southern Punjab province of Pakistan. On April 28, 2009, Harrapa police arrested Ashfaq Gill on charges of desecrating Holy Quran and today arrested more four Christians to torn Quran during alleged stealing in local girls School. It is on record that Schools weather they are of Boys or Girls in villages of Pakistan are run by government and never had any cash or valuables in them but stealing was blamed and specially insulting Quran the Holy Book of Muslims in alleged theft. The all five arrested under blasphemy are members of All Pakistan Minority Alliance APMA which is part of government and leader of this group is Federal Minister of Minorities Mr. Shahbaz Bhatti who was selected by Pakistan Peoples Party as Member National Assembly under bargain. The President of ACCA International Mr. Javed Sahotra Advocate told Pakistan Christian Post that he have raised the slogan of freedom of these men. Today Mr. Javed Sahotra and other member of ACCA International is meeting District Police Office Sahiwal.

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

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