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Three British churches have come together to issue a joint statement and a prayer for Pakistan following terrorist bombings in Lahore on 15 March.
A civil rights group working with Christians in Pakistan has called for an end to the blasphemy law and the violation of the rights of religious minorities.
The Methodist Church in Britain has granted the Diocese of Peshawar £5000 to help victims of the September suicide bomb attack on All Saints Church, Peshawar.
Human rights activists, churches, faith groups and many others have expressed revulsion and dismay at murderous attacks on Pakistani Christians.
During a visit to Pakistan, the general secretary of the World Council of Churches has urged protection of religious minorities and action against intolerance.
Christians and other leaders in Pakistan have spoken out against the government's move to relegate issues regarding religious minorities.
Pakistani government minister and Christian Shahbaz Bhatti was remembered as a fearless champion of religious minorities at a memorial service in London.
Christian schools and colleges across Pakistan have been shutting down for three days from 3-5 March 2011 to protest the killing of Shahbaz Bhatti.
The Presiding Bishop of the ecumenical Church of Pakistan has condemned the brutal murder, by religious fanatics, of Shahbaz Bhatti on 2 March 2011 in Islamabad.
Churches in Pakistan have expressed frustration over the government's refusal to amend a controversial blasphemy law, as urged by the Pope and protesting civil rights activists.
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