You'd be surprised. Pakistan's an odd place. The internet and western influence through movies etc. has turned out a younger generation which yearns to pull away from traditional religious teachings.
At the same time, easy access to translations of the quran means that the very same generation has access to scripture which they use to commit all sorts of atrocities.
Add to that the politicised nature of the country and its high strategic value on the 'war of terrorism' in terms of geography/economy etc. and its an explosive mix.
Unfortunately I feel that things are going to get much, much worse for christians living there. They're already treated like shit, and receive discriminatory treatment in job selectione etc.
I remember that most of the christians I met there (small sample albiet) were basically the house cleaners employed on a shitty wage.
I wonder how many pakistanis living in England understand the hypocrisy of wanting to be able to practice their religion here freely, whilst restricting the same right to christians in pakistan.