A People Betrayed (Hardcover)
The impact of Islamization on the Christian community in Pakistan
Isaac Publishing LLC, 9781857927856, 454pp.
Publication Date: March 31, 2002
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Pakistan was founded in 1947 with a secular constitution. But its original intention of protecting religious minorities from persecution has been eroded by a process of Islamization, to the point where its Christian community is now under great pressure. This book reveals the gradual shift in the policy of the Pakistani state, and offers a warning to the West and minorities in other Muslim-majority countries of what can happen when conservative Islamic voices become politically dominant.
About the Author
Patrick Sookhdeo studied at London Bible College, later obtaining a Ph.D. at London University. For 23 years he was involved in pastoral, church planting and training ministry in the East End of London. He is the Director of the Institute for the Study of Islam and Christianity, Dean Theologian of the Diocese of Abuja in Nigeria and non-residentiary Canon of Peshawar Diocese, Pakistan. He is also a senior adviser and consultant on security and military issues. Lecturer and author of 30 books.