Today, March 2, is the one-year anniversary of the murder in Pakistan of 42-year-old Shahbaz Bhatti, minister of minorities affairs and the only Christian member of Pakistan’s cabinet. No one has been charged with the crime. Bhatti had been continuously threatened with assassination and had spoken of its likelihood, even leaving a videotaped message to be broadcast if he were murdered. Threats by al-Qaeda and the Taliban, he said, would not stop him from speaking out for “oppressed and marginalized persecuted Christians and other minorities” in Pakistan. Who in Pakistan will speak for them now?