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Image:  Shabir Masih now lives alone. A trivial dispute over the right for sewage water to travel past a Muslim shrine, resulted in the killing of a young Christian man and his mother.  Read more (here) In October 2021 almost a year after the murder of Usman Masih RIP (25 yrs) and Yasmeen Bibi RIP (55 yrs), the killer Hasan Shakoor Butt was sentenced to death, however his mother Ishrat Bibi was shown leniency for her age, despite having begun the argument and calling for her son to murder Usman and Yasmeen.  Read more (here) Shabir Masih widower of Yasmeen…

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BACA wrote to our supporters just before Christmas and explained how the orphans of Shama and Shahzad a Christian couple burned alive in a brick kiln, were seeking two laptops to help with their education.  Read more (here) BACA have remained very much a part of this families life from the beginning of the childrens’ troubled life without their parents. Our live-in-nanny funded through your donations has ensured the three children have had a maternal figure in their lives and they love her to bits.  Our officers regularly visit the family to make sure they are growing strong as a…

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A deadly blizzard that caused several avalanches, the likes of which has not been seen in 30 years in Pakistan, killed at least 22 people, including a family of 5 and a family 8. On Friday 7th January 5ft of snow fell down in Murree a popular tourist location to the North East of Pakistan. Pre-notification of large snow fall on Pakistan’s media led to an above average number of visits to famous town.  Local parking areas designed by the British in the 1800’s were  sufficient for for up to 5000 cars, but over 100,000 vehicles turned up. As snow…

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Image of Aleeza Ashiq Masih with her family.  She is now 5 years old and her growth rate is more pronounced meaning she requires two limb upgrades each year. Aleeza Masih (5 yrs) was only 1.5 years old when she survived the brutal terrorist attack on Quetta Church on 17th December 2017,  (click here). The attack on Bethel Memorial Methodist Church during a Nativity service, killed 9 people and would have been worse had it not been for the bravery of Christian security Officers (click here). Gunmen prevented from entering church by security officer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMqTP_bkXOg Warning below is a graphic…

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Image:  Nawab Bibi armed with her Bible attends Rawalpindi District Court with a BACA officer. Fears that Zafar Bhatti, Pakistan’s longest serving blasphemy convict could be the first ever to be lynched have increased after a judge increased his sentence from life imprisonment to death. Judge Sahibzada Naqeeb Shehzad, of Sessions Court Rawalpindi made this ruling despite clear evidence of the innocence of Zafar Bhatti.  No forensic evidence exists for any blasphemy by Zafar Bhatti, in fact every piece of physical and electronic evidence suggests he is innocent.  Zafar Bhatti however was forced into a false confession by police in…

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Image downloaded from twitter account of Mo Salah. Mo Salah like Amir Khan joins a list of Muslim sports players who have been condemned by some Muslims for celebrating Christmas. Mo Salah one of the planets most famous Muslim footballers has been castigated by numerous Muslims for sharing pictures on Twitter of himself celebrating Christmas with his family. RT News in an article translated some of the messages in Arabic under Mo Salah’s twitter image into English.  They read as follows; “You prostrate to the one on Sunday if you score a goal and celebrate the one on Sunday that…

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Juliet Chowdhry delivering food to Malachi project on New Years Eve due to COVID-19 infection for our main volunteer Rajeshri Chouhan. Many of our regular readers are very aware of our work serving food to the homeless, asylum seekers and refugees and economically deprived in Ilford. We have now be operating for well over a year.  During the pandemic lockdown we became the largest foodbank and meals for the homeless project in our Borough.  At the time serving up to 65 people a day. Read more (here) Last week we celebrated Christmas with those that came with music, gifts, crackers,…

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British Asian Christian Association, created a crowd fund for a set of glowing Nativity silhouettes as part of a campaign to reintroduce a Nativity in Ilford, after a two year absence. Read more (here). We had previously installed a set of nativity figurines to end a previous 16 year absence of a Nativity in Ilford.  Rather disturbingly, these were smashed and Jesus was left beheaded on the second year of our installation in 2018. Read more (here) Though we did not reach our crowd fund total we received enough to transform our project to allow for a smaller set of…

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20 families celebrated Christmas in secret in a Bangkok condo by hiring a room as a hall for their worship thanks to donations provided by our donors. Visitors were given a hearty meal cooked by a Pak-Christian chef who received a donation that would help his family survive the hard economic conditions. All 20 families received a large bag of food supplies that should provide a months sustenance for their families. Families received essential food help. On 23rd December 2021, a Christmas service and party was organised by British Asian Christian Association for 20 beleaguered Pak-Christian asylum seeker families in…

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Every Christmas British Asian Christian Association’s team visit the children of Shama and Shahzad to share some prayers and presents with them.  Shama and Shahzad for those of you who are new to us, were a Christian couple enslaved in the brick kilns of Pakistan, burned alive after the accountant of their owner accused them of a blasphemy (click here) .  His allegations were made to prevent Shama from filing rape charges against him – he escaped the justice system as did over 100 men originally arrested for their murder (click here). Shama and Shahzad (RIP) This year during a…

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