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Barnabas weekly newsletter 02 March 2011

Country/Region: Pakistan

This is a new format for the Barnabas Fund news digest, which includes our Operation Nehemiah campaign updates.
Latest international news
Pakistan’s only Christian government minister shot dead

Pakistani Minorities Minister Shahbaz Bhatti, a Christian who opposed the country’s controversial “blasphemy law”, has been shot dead in Islamabad.

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Map showing the location of Pakistan
Egyptian Christians protest for secular state

Egyptian Christians staged a protest calling for a secular state as further acts of violence and injustice against the Christian community highlight the danger of growing Islamist influence.

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State television building, Cairo
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EU condemns attacks against Christians after previous failure

EU foreign ministers have condemned attacks against Christians and other religious communities after previously failing to agree a statement that specified Christians among victims of the violence.

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Baroness Ashton of Upholland
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Christians "main target" of extremists in Indonesia

"Christians are the main target" of what has been described as the worst religious extremism in Indonesia in decades, according to new research.

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President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
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Latest resources
Online version of latest Barnabas Aid magazine now available

The March/April 2011 edition of Barnabas Aid magazine, bringing the latest news on Barnabas Fund projects throughout the world, as well as an inspiring testimony from a Christian imprisoned in Uzbekistan and an in-depth article on the significance of mosques in Islam, can now be viewed online.

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Latest Operation Nehemiah news
Government silence in halal labelling call

Operation Nehemiah has stepped up its call for proper labelling of halal products and the right to choose non-halal alternatives after an unsatisfactory response from the government.

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Man attacked for teaching RE to Muslims

Four Muslim men have admitted brutally attacking a London teacher for teaching Muslim school girls about other religions.

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Burdett Road, E14 Near Dod Street
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Christians urge government to include RE in English Baccalaureate

A campaign has been launched after the government controversially omitted RE from the plan for the new English Baccalaureate.

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Rt Hon Michael Gove MP
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"Olympic" mega-mosque in public inquiry

A planning inquiry in east London heard last week how a "supremacist movement" that encourages isolation from wider British society is fighting to keep its London mosque site.

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Olympic stadium under construction
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News in brief
Extremist cleric to lead White House protest calling for Muslims to "rise up and establish Islamic state in America"

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Nandos opens halal restaurant in Manchester

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Christian Easter Egg cracks Britain's retail market

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