PCC Conference on August 2, 2010. On Killing of Pakistani Christians in Washington DC

PCC Conference on August 2, 2010. On Killing of Pakistani Christians in Washington DC

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Killing of Christians in Pakistan on pretext to blasphemy law, situation of religious minorities and anniversary of Gojra massacre main issues to highlight in Conference:

To condemn murder of Christian Brothers in Faisalabad, to observe first anniversary of the horrific killings of Christians in Gora Town, Punjab, Pakistan and to protest the continued plight of the lovers of Jesus there, the Pakistan Christian Congress PCC, under chairmanship of Dr. Nazir S Bhatti, is organizing a meeting in Washington DC.

August 2, 2010.

2:30 PM

Community Room,

Government of the District of Columbia

Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center

2000 14th Street NW

2nd Floor Washington

DC 20009.

Panel of speakers:

Andrew Eiva, Director, Freedom for Sudan Committee

Jonathan Rancho, South Asian Director of International Christian Concern ICC

Ms. Suhag, Shukla, managing director, Hindu American Foundation

Rev. Dr. Britt Minshall, chairman, The Rennaisance Institute of American Churches

Jeffrey Imm, founder, Responsible for Equality And Liberty [R.E.A.L.]

Ashraf Ramelah, Voice of the Copts

Manzoor Alam, Chairman, Pakistani American Christian Coalition

Earnest Ghulab, President, PACC

Babar Khokhar, Secretary General, Pakistani American Christian Association PCA

Ahmar Mustikhan, founder, American Friends of Balochistan

Senge H. Sering, director, Gilgit Baltistan National Congress

The leaders of Muslim, Hindu and Ahmadi will also join this Conference


Nazir S Bhatti, President, Pakistan Christian Congress PCC