Pakistani Christian mourners today (Monday) are burying their dead only days before they should be celebrating Christ’s birth.
Two suicide bombers attacked a church in Pakistan where hundreds of worshippers were attending service ahead of Christmas, killing at least nine people and injuring dozens of others, officials said.
Six police officers in Pakistan have been arrested and charged with murder after they allegedly beat to death a Pakistani Christian teenager earlier this month, according to human rights advocates.
In the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Christians are considered to be "untouchable" and as such are often relegated to lowly labor employment.
Christians in Lahore, Pakistan are objecting to the proposed construction of a sewage pumping station on land owned by a cathedral's congregation.
At least 70 people have been killed and more than 300 wounded in a suicide bombing targeting Christians celebrating Easter in Lahore, Pakistan.
This month a committee was formed in Faisalabad, Pakistan, to investigate any possible discrimination after a Christian was told that he could not work as the school's waterman because of his faith.
Thousands of poor Pakistanis face the destruction of their temporary homes in Islamabad after a government agency announced last week that Christian migrant slums threatened the demographics of the city's Muslim majority.
Pakistani police are deliberately downplaying any chance of arson after a suspicious fire damaged a Christian cable TV station in Karachi last week.
Christians leaders have petitioned Pakistan's supreme court to end its discrimination against minorities in the nation's educational system.
Pakistan's Christian community has just commemorated the first anniversary of the murder of a Christian couple burned alive after falsely being accused of blasphemy.
This month, a school headmaster from Pakistan's Christian minority in Phool Nagar was beaten by his Muslim colleagues after he was promoted ahead of them.
Last month, a Pakistani Christian and his family were forced to flee from a mob after he was accused of blasphemy by Muslims after an argument over tap water.
Although charges are still pending, a court in Pakistan has recently ordered the release of a Christian laborer falsely accused of blasphemy.
The president of Pakistan's Christian Congress has urged Western nations to open its doors to persecuted Pakistani Christians.