Asylum  to the family of 11 year old christian girl accused of blasphemy
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High Commissions and Diplomats of Secular Western Nations
High Commissioner: British High Commission
Mr. Adam Thomson CMG

Asylum to the family of 11 year old christian girl accused of blasphemy

    1. Ali Taj
    2. Petition by

      Ali Taj

      Cerritos, CA

Pakistanis of good conscious are signing this petition because the State of Pakistan even failed to protect their own Governor who spoke out against the draconian blasphemy law, where mere accusation of blasphemy will ensure Jail and perhaps worse for the accused.

Further the radicalized population of Pakistan will support the killers of anyone even remotely tainted with blasphemy or speaking against the draconian law. This was demonstrated in the garlanding of the killer of Governor of Punjab, even the top echelons of his own government were scared of attending his funeral.

Please help this girl and and her family escape persecution in Pakistan.

Recent signatures

    News

    1. Reached 500 signatures
    2. Pakistani Christians, fearing backlash, flee community after girl accused o

      Ali Taj
      by Ali Taj
      Petition Organizer

      Another example of Wahhabi influenced legislation introduced by Saudi influenced General Zia in Pakistan. This has changed the fabric of the otherwise tolerant Pakistani Society.
      http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/pakistani-christians-fearing-backlash-flee-community-after-girl-accused-of-blasphemy/2012/08/20/d3b23c9a-eae3-11e1-866f-60a00f604425_story.html

    3. Reached 100 signatures
    4. 11-year-old Christian girl accused of blasphemy

      Ali Taj
      by Ali Taj
      Petition Organizer

      ISLAMABAD: An 11-eleven-year old Christian girl was accused of blasphemy and arrested for allegedly burning pages of a Noorani Qaida, a booklet used to learn the basics of the Holy Quran.
      Officials of the Ramna Police Station told The Express Tribune that the girl, named Rifta Masih, had burned a Noorani Qaida on August 16 and threw it in garbage after putting it in a plastic bag. Masih belonged to the rural area of Mehrabadi, which is next to the G-11 sector in Islamabad.
      Soon after the incident, residents of the area had gathered to lodge their protest. The protesters also allegedly beat up the girl and her mother, while the rest of the girl’s family managed to escape.
      The Kashmir Highway was also blocked by the protesters, but they dispersed after the police lodged an FIR of the case and took Rifta into custody.
      The girl has been sent to a juvenile jail on judicial remand.
      http://tribune.com.pk/story/423815/11-year-old-christian-girl-accused-of-blasphemy/

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    Reasons for signing

    • Kalim Irfani SCARSDALE,, NY
      • about 2 years ago

      Its inhuman to kill people for their religion or no religion, private belief or non-belief in mythological fairy tales. Shared and common Humanity is above all religion and mythology, we are all equal in the commonality of our humanity and aspirations to live our own lives.

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    • Joanne Cheng PENRITH, AUSTRALIA
      • about 2 years ago

      No one should be oppressed like that anywhere!!

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    • sabina rana RAWALPINDI, PAKISTAN
      • about 2 years ago

      for mercy.peace justice

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    • CERE Damien BILIEU, FRANCE
      • about 2 years ago

      She 's inocent and victim of brutality and barbary...again n' again.

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    • ashfaq javed KARACHI, PAKISTAN
      • about 2 years ago

      being a percecuted minorty we always faill to protect our people and their rights.thats why, when ever, i see the protection and safty for the community i appriciate and always recommendand i also feel that atleast, i am doing some thing for the community .

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