Tree Planting Day provides economic, social and environmental development across Morocco

Morocco: January 19, 2019. (PCP) Moroccan communities are being invited to plant thousands of trees donated by the High Atlas Foundation (HAF) on Monday 21st January 2019 ‘Tree Planting Day’ - an annual planting event coordinated by the Foundation - contributing to economic, social, a


APS attack survivor Ahmad Nawaz awarded Points of Light Award

Islamabad: January 14, 2019. (PCP) Ahmad Nawaz, who survived the attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar in 2014, has become the third Pakistani to be awarded a Point of Light. He was recognised for his work as an anti-radicalisation youth activist.

Mr Nawaz has addressed thousands


Christian Family, Church Devastated by Killing of Church Elder in Nigeria

DOGO AWO: January 7, 2019. (Morning Star News) Ladi Yakubu does not know how her family will eat after Muslim Fulani herdsmen destroyed crops on their farm in Kaduna state, Nigeria on Nov. 26 and shot and killed her husband.

“My husband is no more alive, and so the burden to feed


Authorities Order Another Church Building to Close in Algeria

TIZI-OUZOU, Algeria: January 4, 2019. (Morning Star News) – The official notice that a village pastor in Algeria received on Sunday (Dec. 30) confirmed what he had heard – his church had been ordered to close.

Pastor Rabah Messaoudi had won a legal battle in 2017 after local


Christians Hospitalized after Terrifying Christmas Attacks in India

NEW DELHI: (Morning Star News) – Christians in India who previously experienced little or no opposition reported that Hindu extremists stoned, slashed and terrorized them this Christmas season.

At least 18 incidents against Christians were reported and verified during the Christma


Scottish Police Find Themselves Innocent after Posting Anti-Christian Posters

Washington DC: (Religion Today) The police in Scotland who posted anti-Christian posters have investigated their own actions and determined they are innocent.

According to WND, the internal investigation came following a complaint that was filed by the Barnabas Fund Christian ministry.<


Baby Jesus Statue Returned, 90 Years after it Was Stolen

Washington DC: (ChristianHeadlines) A small statue of baby Jesus that was stolen from a New Jersey church was returned this year – nearly 90 years after it went missing.

The statue was taken from the nativity at Our Lady of Grace Church in Hoboken, N.J., in the 1930s and was presu


NSS Camp concludes at GGSCW-26

Chandigarh: (PCP) Seven days NSS Special camp concluded today at Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, sector 26, Chandigarh. During the camp, the NSS volunteers participated in various activities like morning yoga sessions, visit to senior citizens home, Christmas celebration at Aashiana- An orph


Man Whose Wife Attends China Early Rain Church Recalls Powerful Testimony of His Time in Detention

Washington DC: December 27, 2018. (Crosswalk) The spouse of a member of China’s Early Rain Covenant Church, who is one of the many people who have been detained this month due to their connection or participation with an unregistered church, states that others in the detention center were g


UK and Pakistan sign Prisoner Transfer Agreement

Islamabad: December 27, 2018. (PCP) A UK-Pakistan Prisoner Transfer Agreement was signed today by the British High Commissioner Thomas Drew and Pakistan Interior Secretary Major (R) Azam Suleman Khan.

The agreement will give prisoners the opportunity to serve their sentence closer to ho


Chevening Scholarship Program celebrates 35th anniversary in Pakistan

 Islamabad: December 22, 2018. (PCP) The British High Commission is celebrating 35 years of its flagship Chevening Scholarship Programme in Pakistan this year. As part of the celebrations, Chevening alumni from Pakistan took part in the global Chevening Relay earlier this week, which feature


legal Awareness Quiz Organised by Gender Champions Club at GGSCW-26

Chandigarh: December 22, 2018. (PCP) A written quiz on the theme ‘Legal Rights of Women in India’ was organised by the Gender Champions’ Club of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh under the aegis of National Commission for Women (NCW), New Delhi.



Negotiations and not violence can solve the Kashmir Dispute: Dr. Fai

Istanbul, Turkey: December 11, 2018. (PCP) "Kashmir is internationally recognized as a disputed territory whose final status is yet to be determined by the people. This is a matter that urgently needs to be put on a road to find a just and viable solution. A problem which has figured on the active a


Iran: Christian prisoner refused permission to see his mother before she died

Tehran: December 10, 2018. Prayer is requested for Iranian Christian prisoner Ebrahim Firouzi, after authorities refused to allow him to visit his dying mother. Kobra Kamrani passed away yesterday (3 December).
Ebrahim, a Christian convert, has been held in detention since 2013. He was originally s


J&K Leaders & Intellectuals Coordination Committee urge India & Pakistan to allow IIIrd Heart to Heart Talks

New Delhi: December 10, 2018. (PCP) Prof.Bhim Singh, Convenor of Coordination Committee of All J&K Leaders & Intellectuals has urged the Govts of India and Pakistan to allow holding IIIrd 'Heart to Heart' Talks in New Delhi in the first week of February, 2019. In a letter addressed to the Union Home

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book. ,