British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) held a gathering on Thursday in honour of Asia Bibi and presented a narration of her arrest and the incident leading up to her blasphemy conviction.
Young boys held signs saying, "Asia Bibi Pakistani Christians are with you," and "We are praying for Asia Bibi."
Wilson Chowdhry, chairman of BPCA told Premier's News Hour Bibi has been the victim of intense persecution.
"She spoke about the wonderful sacrifice Christ made of his life for us and asked the simple question, 'What has Mohammed done for you?' For that, this torture, this beating, this isolation, attempts to assassinate her...
"We've never heard of such animosity that would result in, in essence, the whole country being against her. It has been really awful; she's been separated from her five children for the whole period of that time.
Chowdry said it's very unlikely she'll be set free, but all her supporters are still praying for a miracle.
In an interview from 2015, Bibi's husband Ashiq talked about her decision to stand firm in her faith.
He said: "Asia believes she will be set free and her face is unquestionable, unshakeable! She is extremely proud of her Christian faith and would never deny the God.
"We have received offers of asylum in several western nations, and I will not regret leaving Pakistan, the land of my ancestors, as we have seen too much animosity here. We will leave with no regrets."
BPCA has launched a new petition in hope of bringing more awareness of the mistreatment of Bibi.
Chowdry added: "The nation of Pakistan must now release this innocent woman before her health fails her - she has suffered enough through no fault of her own.
"Moreover the pernicious blasphemy laws of Pakistan have to be terminated they serve no purpose in modern day society and are not even sanctioned by the Quran. Moreover what divine being would need man-made laws for protection?"
Listen to Wilson Chowdry speaking with Premier's Cara Bentley here:
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