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Sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan, Asia Bibi spent 10 years in prison before being acquitted. On a visit to Paris, she gave an interview to Aleteia.
The Catholic girl's appearance in court would powerfully recall the plight of many Christian girls who suffered the same fate, but never had their day in court.
Anne-Isabelle Tollet, the French journalist who wrote a book about Bibi's plight, talks to Aleteia.
The story of two Catholic girls abducted from their homes by Muslims.
Naseem Nawab, a nurse, told Aid to the Church in Need about a beating she received this summer at the hands of two Muslim colleagues at the hospital.
An estimated 700 girls have been abducted in the last year.
Young girls are lured into abusive marriages with promises of financial security and comfort. Mehak Parvez escaped and tells Aid to the Church in Need her story.
The Pakistani Catholic, who was freed after 8 years on death row, gives first interview since her release from jail
Although the story of St. Thomas' journey to India is from apocryphal texts, the tale has inspired the faith of many Pakistani Christians.
The mother of four was acquitted of blasphemy charges last year.