Through the website, parents can check to make sure that the Christian suitors, especially those in the West, are actually Christians, involved in the church and live a cultural lifestyle that is similar to their own.Chowdhry said that a reoccurring problem for many Christian families from Pakistan, India, and other South Asian countries who have arranged for their sons or daughters to be married to suitors in America or the United Kingdom through other websites is that they have often been mislead by suitors."We have heard of this before, especially when we are talking about Pakistani Christians.
Hwa-Young, a worker with Open Doors, commented on the circumstances faced by many North Korean women: "Even when they are older and leave the country, they still experience that psychological pressure of fear.
There is much more freedom here in China, but the women are still not safe.
The mother-of-three, who is now suing the hospital for unfair dismissal, said she was offering solace to patients she believed were happy to chat about their beliefs, and described her sacking as ‘disproportionate and punitive’.
The row comes after Theresa May told MPs that Christians should feel able to speak about their faith at work.
During the investigation the nurse was told one patient had complained she had given her a Bible she did not want and had said she would pray for her.
Another allegedly said she had felt uncomfortable that Mrs Kuteh was ‘preaching’ at her.
"It will be open for Western or white Christians but this is primarily a Pakistani-Asian Christian matrimonial site."As persecuted Christians seeking asylum in Thailand, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and other South Asian nations continue to face hardships associated with their dire situations, Chowdhry said he would ultimately like to see persecuted Christian refugees use the site to find suitors in the West who can save them from lives of despair."I am sure that refugees in Thailand are going to want to use this because they are suffering so much," he said.
"One of the green linings of this whole system is that a young doctor looking for marriage can be seen by a potential suitor in America and they can, in essence, find very romantic way to escape persecution.""For me, that would be just a highlight of how this system could be a positive mechanism for protecting the Christian asylum seekers," he continued.
After the free trial is over, users will have to pay about £5 or .12 per month.