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Image of Juliet Chowdhry under our dazzling Christmas lights. As we get closer to December 25th the date on which Christians choose to celebrate the birth of Christ, we have been fortunate to have secured a few  more partnerships that are improving our work with the homeless. In the image above you can see that in collaboration with Wattani Box a local Afghan restaurant opposite Clementswood Community Centre, we have been able to install Christmas lights that bring some cheer to the local community.  Not least our own homeless visitors who have never had anything like it at the places…

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A mob of infuriated Muslims lynched a Sri Lankan man named  Priyantha Kumara (49 yrs), who was working at a factory on Wazirabad Road, Sialkot.  In the heightened frenzy, hundreds of Muslim men kicked and hit the dead body of Mr Kumara, while taking selfies and sharing them on social media. Priyantha Kumara was working as  a General Manager in Rajko Industries where sportswear and goods are manufactured and had been working there for over 7 years. From the sound of his name Mr Kumara would seem to be a Hindu and like the existing Christian and Hindu Minority in…

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We wrote about our concerns for the church after Police investigators became stumped by the motives of the Liverpool terrorist who unintentionally blew himself up in a taxi on Remembrance day (click here for recap). It is postulated that the terrorist was targeting the Remembrance Day service at Liverpool Cathedral. It is also believed that an accidental trigger or overstepping a timer due to traffic delay, caused the detonation in the taxi. Police have since confirmed that the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) was packed with ball bearings and was definitely created to maim, injure or kill civilians. So this was not a…

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The refugee and asylum seekers in Thailand were just beginning to recover from the latest COVID-19  lockdown in Bangkok, when the threat of the new Omicron variant emerged. https://youtu.be/Om1AmP_qocY At the moment around 7000 cases of COVID-19 infections every day, which is worrying for the asylum seeker community. The Royal Thai Government (RTG) relaxed their processes to allow asylum seekers to be vaccinated under pressure from humanitarian groups and international bodies. However, initially the Pak-Christians and other asylum seekers were reluctant to take part in the vaccination programme for fear of arrest.  However BACA has been encouraging more of…

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Zafar Bhatti (56 yrs) has spent almost ten years of his life in Prison and has now become the longest serving blasphemy convict in Pakistan. Several Christian charities have failed in freeing him from prison and Zafar Bhatti  has now turned to British Asian Christian Association for help. Tomorrow (2nd December 2021) our appointed solicitor will begin a bail application for release of Zafar Bhatti who is a diabetic patients and has declining health.  His elderly wife Nawab Bibi (72 yrs) has been supported by BACA for 3 years and is praying for his release so they may unite for…

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A  35 year old Christian labourer known to be a hard worker was killed by two Muslim neighbours who burst his intestines by inserting high pressure air into his anus (click here).  Two other men were initially implicated in the murder but cases against them were dismissed, following police and court review of CCTV  recordings. It is believed that before he died Shehzad Masih was sodomized by the two Muslim men.   The brutal use of high pressure air in such sickening fashion is believed to be have been an attempt to hide a sexual offence the men committed. British Asian…

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The mother of a murdered 10 year old who we supported for two years died of grief from being coerced into a compromise agreement for her murdered son. Badil Masih was sodomised and murdered by his employer Mr Mohammed Ikram and a cohort, in July 2019, for daring to seek full payment for work he had carried out at a scrapyard (click here). British Asian Christian Association stepped in to pay for legal costs, and support the family financially as they challenged for justice.  Despite clear evidence of a crime courts offered pre-arrest bail to the murderers who began to…

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Willow Chowdhry (11 yrs) lays flowers in memory of slain MP David Amess killed close to her school. By Hannah Chowdhry On the 11th November every year churches and cathedrals across the country commemorate fallen soldiers, and  hold special services to reflect on the wars that have caused mankind so much anguish and pain. In Liverpool this year that sombre atmosphere was destroyed by the actions of yet another terrorist only months after the slaying of MP David Amess (click here) in Southend some 245 miles away. The two terrorists attacks have triggered a response from our Government who have…

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We had a very successful evening during our first large-scale asylum seeker/refugee and homeless persons giveaway.  Some of the donors of clothes came and joined us at our inaugural event and helped us maintain order and organise the queues.  They also helped us with providing hand-sanitizer to the hands of every entrant. Over 50 people arrived thanks to news of the event being shared by local churches who work with the homeless, refugees and asylum seekers and other charities and community groups doing the same.  We are not sharing images of the asylum seekers as they have genuine fears for…

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Image: A BACA officer comforts grieving mother of slain Christian farmers. A Muslim family murdered two Christian brothers  over a dispute over irrigation water,  used between their neighbouring farms. The attack which occurred on 8th October 2021 in Betlham Chak 2 Renala District Okara also left a further 3 Christians brothers injured. https://youtu.be/P2z1rwlxmoA Mukhtar Masih (70 yrs) and his sons leased six acres of land belonging to a Christian family now living abroad from March 2021.  The Christian family had a desire to work together to earn a decent living through farming. Unbeknown to them the land had previously…

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