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An 11-year-old girl with Down’s syndrome has fallen foul of Pakistan’s blasphemy laws. Should we really continue to support this anti-Christian country?

What will Mr Cameron say or do about this gross barbarity? Just carry on supporting Pakistan regardless?

Pakistan is ruled by mob justice. And the authorities are too scared to do anything about it

The setting on fire of a man who had supposedly desecrated the Koran shows again that extremists are in charge

‘Ten million people now want to kill me’

Asia Bibi became the most reviled figure in Pakistan when she was falsely accused of blasphemy three years ago, says Hal St John

Shahbaz Bhatti may become a saint, says cardinal

It would be ‘wonderful’ if Pakistan’s Minister for Minorities was canonised, says Britain’s most senior cleric

Fear is silencing Christians in Pakistan, says archbishop

Archbishop Saldanha says that after the murder of Shahbaz Bhatti Christians are either leaving the country or keeping their mouth shut

Widdecombe tells Cameron: Christians deserve same protection as gay people

Ann Widdecombe is to accuse Government of double standards over persecution of Christians and gay people abroad

Christians ask PM to protect Pakistani minorities

Petition of more than 6,000 people handed in to 10 Downing Street by delegation including Aid to the Church in Need

The Church in Pakistan is scared. Revenge attacks will come as no surprise

Pakistani Christians are held responsible for the actions of the West: it would not be the first time they have been made scapegoats

Christians should not rejoice at death of Osama bin Laden, says Vatican spokesman

Fr Lombardi responds to news that Osama bin Laden has been killed, saying ‘Christians should never rejoice at the death of a human being’

Shahbaz Bhatti is not the only martyr in the struggle against Pakistan’s blasphemy laws

In 1998 Bishop John Joseph committed suicide in protest at the terrible laws. Thirteen years on, the government still buries its head in the sand