Appeal from Death Sentence for
Pakistani Christian on 13 November
We received word today from our colleagues in Pakistan who are representing Younis Masih, a young Christian man who was given a death sentence following his conviction for blasphemy. Their email indicates that the hearing for the appeal from his death sentence is scheduled for tomorrow, 13 November.
Unfortunately, Mr. Masih was falsely accused of blasphemy and has been in prison for the past 7 years. Please pray for a fair decision in this case, that he will be released from prison, and for his safety. Pray also for the entire family as Mr. Masih is married with four small children.
Thanks again for your continued prayers for Advocates International and for all of the advocates who are representing persecuted Christians around the globe.
May the Lord bless and keep you in His perfect. . .
Grace and Peace,
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