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Christians refuse to bow to pressure in Pakistan

Pakistan (for the full article, go to Mission Network News) Christians in Pakistan are taking a bold stand as they face threats from Islamic militants.

Christians in Charsadda received threats from Islamic radicals to either flee the town or face dire consequences. In the face of that threat, Christians have responded to the ultimatum of conversion with a declaration that they were ready to sacrifice their lives for Jesus Christ and would not deny Him.
This announcement was made in a press conference organized by All Pakistan Minorities Alliance (APMA) at Islamabad .

Christians in the town of Charsadda , in the Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan bordering Afghanistan , received threatening letters containing an ultimatum giving them 10 days to convert to Islam or face dire consequences and bomb explosions. The deadline of the ultimatum expired on May 17, 2007.