UPDATE: Asia Bibi has been freed. Please continue to pray for her safety.
A Christian mom has been sentenced to death in Pakistan for her faith.
Asia Bibi was falsely accused of “blasphemy” – speaking against the prophet Muhammad.
Now this wife and mother of five will hang for her Christian faith.
She would be the first woman executed under Pakistan’s Shariah blasphemy law.
This is the ultimate human rights violation.
We’re mobilizing our international affiliate – the European Centre for Law and Justice – and its partner in Pakistan to stop this atrocity.
Add your name to our letter to the government of Pakistan demanding Asia Bibi’s freedom.
No one should be put to death for their faith. Stop this vile violation of human rights. Release Asia Bibi immediately.
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