Pakistani Christians

Pakistan's tiny Christian community, one of the most marginalized in the country, say they're being persecuted by hard-line mullahs.  

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    Bashir Massi, a Christian and retired cleaner, says that that Pakistan's blasphemy law is a "dinosaur law."
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    An angry Bashir Massi tells a Fox News reporter that Christians are being wrongly accused of blasphemy. 
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    A man sits in front a doorway to a church in Islamabad’s Christian Sau Quarter.
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    Christians in Islamabad’s Sau Quarter live amid garbage and open sewers. 
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    Residents of Sau Quarter say they get a maximum of 14 hours electricity a day, compared to a 20 hour supply just one block away.
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