Asia, Ashiq tells Fides, “is still sad and worried for her children. I told her to trust in God and that we are doing everything to secure her freedom. I have also told her that all Christians and people of good will in Pakistan will pray for her on the World Day of Peace on 30 January.”
Concerning Pakistan's blasphemy law, the Business Recorder reports:
Punjab Governor Latif Khosa said on Thursday that no amendment would be made in the Blasphemy Law, asserting that no such legislation on the law was being envisaged by the government....
Khosa asserted that PPP would defend the honour of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) till the last drop of blood in their veins....
JI Ameer Syed Munawar Hasan, addressing the press conference, welcomed the reconciliation efforts by the PPP government, and stressed that masses should reap the fruits of reconciliation policy in the country.
Syed Munawar Hasan demanded of the government to take notice of the US government's statement regarding granting protection to Asia and immediately expel representative of the Vatican City from Pakistan by declaring Pope's statement "interference" in the internal affairs.
JI Ameer criticised that no clear contradiction has yet been submitted by the government regarding the fact-finding committee on Blasphemy issue headed by Federal Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti.
Munawar Hassan reiterated that the government must dispel "misunderstandings" and take notice of the Pope's as well as US government statements regarding Asia Bibi.You can read the full article HERE. Please continue to keep Asia Bibi in your prayers.
To a question, JI Ameer said that he would visit Punjab Governor's House with the same agenda.