Three British imams have joined calls for the UK to offer asylum to Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian woman recently acquitted of blasphemy.
It comes after former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, and other politicians, urged the government to help her.
Ms Bibi was freed last week after eight years on death row, sparking violent protests in Pakistan from Islamists.
Her husband has said the family is in danger and has pleaded for asylum from the UK, US or Canada.
Prominent British Muslims, including three imams - Qari Asim, Mamadou Bocoum and Dr Usama Hasan - have written a letter to Home Secretary Sajid Javid asking him "to make a clear and proactive statement that Britain would welcome a request for sanctuary here".