Pakistan Steps Up Persecution With Ban On 11 Christian TV Stations

October 14, 2016

Eleven Christian television stations in Pakistan have been declared illegal in the latest crackdown on Christians in the predominantly Muslim nation. The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority, a government body, has shut down Christian stations broadcasting in Urdu in an order issued at the end of September.

 

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