Pakistani woman walks by a group of men playing cards in front of the Salvation Army church inside the France Christian Colony in Islamabad, Pakistan on August 19, 2008.  Christians make up only 1.5% of the population of Pakistan, a country which is 97% Muslim.  Christians living in Pakistan face serious problems, including unequal employment and education opportunities, and poor housing facilities.  Many are scared go by their Christian names or to wear physical symbols of their faith in fear that they will be charged with blashemy for defaming Islam. (image by Katherine Kiviat)
Pakistani woman walks by a group of men playing cards in front of the Salvation Army church inside the France Christian Colony in Islamabad, Pakistan on August 19, 2008. Christians make up only 1.5% of the population of Pakistan, a country which is 97% Muslim. Christians living in Pakistan face serious problems, including unequal employment and education opportunities, and poor housing facilities. Many are scared go by their Christian names or to wear physical symbols of their faith in fear that they will be charged with blashemy for defaming Islam.
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