PREM SINGH GURUNG - He was arrested on May 21, 2010 and sentenced to 3 years of prison on October 6, 2010 for “troubles to the public order.” He showed Nepalese and Christian movies in isolated mountain villages.
AGNES BASHIR (1959) - Christian lady arrested on February 6, 2011 and accused of blasphemy in a case of land property. She is detained in Faisalabad jail.
ANWAR KENNETH (1941) - Arrested on September 25, 2001 at the Gawal Mandi police station in Lahore, Anwar Kenneth was accused of making derogatory remarks about Mohammed. On July 18, 2002 he was sentenced to death. He is imprisoned in New Central Jail Multan. Anwar is seemingly mentally deranged, and the law forbids the conviction of such a person.
ARSHAD MASIH (1972) - He was arrested on December 28, 2008 and tortured in Sialkot prison. His father is a preacher in Gujranwala.
ASHIQ KINGRI MASIH (1977) - A young Catholic who had converted to Islam in order to marry a Muslim girl, he has been jailed since May 3, 2000, charged with blasphemy after he tried to return to his Christian faith when the marriage didn't take place. On June 29, 2002, the Faisalabad District and Sessions Court sentenced him to be hanged on charges of “slandering the prophet Mohammed.”
ASIA NOREEN BIBI (1965) - Asia Noreen is the first woman in Pakistan sentenced to death on November 8, 2010. She was accused by Muslim villagers of blaspheming Mohammad and defaming Islam and was arrested on June 19, 2009. She is married to Ashiq Masih and has 5 daughters.
HECTOR ALEEM (1957) - He was arrested on November 28, 2008 and remains in Adiyala Jail in Rawalpindi. Responsible for a small NGO, he stands up for the rights of Christians in Islamabad. Members of Sunni Tehreek, a political and Islamic group, threatened to kill him if he is released. In June 2011 he was set free from the blasphemy charges but is still in prison for a case of fraud.
IMRAN MASIH - He was sentenced to a life term in prison and fined with $1,000USD on January 11, 2010. He was charged for “desecrating a Quran and thereby outraging religious feelings.” Arrested since July 2009, he has appealed to a higher court.
KHURAM MASIH (1988) - Arrested on December 5, 2011 in Shahdara Town, accused by his landlord of burning pages of the Quran. His wife Bano has moved to another location.
REHMAT MASIH (1925) - He was arrested on June 19, 2010 and accused of blaspheming Islam by his Muslim neighbor. He is in Faisalabad District Jail.
SHAMIM BIBI (1985) - Christian lady arrested on February 28, 2012 and falsely accused of “blaspheming” the prophet in Punjab Province. She is the mother of a young daughter. Her relatives converted to Islam and asked her do to the same.
WAJIH UL HASSAN (1973) - He was arrested in March 1999 and sentenced to death in 2001 under the blasphemy law. His family appealed, and the sentence was confirmed on Sept 29, 2010 by the Lahore High Court. He is confined in Sheikhupura Jail, and his appeal against the sentence is pending before the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
INDIRA JAVAID (1972) - General Manager of Good Samaritan Hospital in Karachi kidnapped on March 1, 2012. He might have been taken to tribal areas. He is married with 2 young daughters.
ISSAC SAMSON (1985) - Christian kidnapped in Karachi on March 1, 2012. He might have been taken to tribal areas.
DILDAR MASIH (1983) - Accused of blasphemy, he has been confined in the New Central Jail Multan since June 10, 2011. He was released on April 17, 2012, cleared of all charges.
RUQQIYA BIBI - She and her husband Munir Masih were sentenced to 25 years on March 3, 2010. They were accused of “touching Islam's sacred scripture without ritually washing” and were arrested on December 1, 2008. Her husband was released on bail on November 27, 2010. They have 6 children. Ruqqiya Bibi was released after Lahore High Court acquitted the couple from all charges on May 17, 2012.
TOHAR HAYDAROV (1983) - Muslim background believer arrested in January 2010 and sentenced on March 9, 2010 to 10 years imprisonment. His case was fabricated (drugs were found in his apartment). He was transferred to a labor camp in Qarshi.