Wednesday 13 February marked two years since the abduction of Malaysian Pastor Raymond Koh. On the anniversary, his family made a plea to the Malaysian Prime Minister to order a new investigation into his kidnapping.
The Supreme Court has upheld its decision to acquit Asia Bibi.
A bomb blast at a church in Jolo, an island near Mindanao, killed at least 20 people and injured over a hundred.
On 24 January, Jakarta’s former governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, known as Ahok was released from prison. He served almost two years for blasphemy against Islam.
On 15 January, Pervaiz Masih was released after spending three-and-half years in prison, charged with insulting the prophet Mohammad in September 2015.
Yesterday the 2019 World Watch List was released showing the 50 most dangerous countries to follow Jesus in 2019.
Asia Bibi's 10-year blasphemy case has reached a final verdict. We are relieved to hear that the Pakistani Supreme Court has dropped the charges against Asia Bibi—charges that were based simply on her Christian identity and false accusations against her.
The final appeal was heard on 8 October by the Supreme Court of Pakistan regarding the decade-long Asia Bibi blasphemy case.