Archive - July 2016

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Hindus under attack in Sindh’s Ghotki district over Quran desecrating
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Fate of Hindus in Pakistan
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Converted Hindu Girl, United with family in Pakistan
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Is it crime to be a Hindu in Pakistan?
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PERSECUTION OF PAKISTANI HINDUS

Hindus under attack in Sindh’s Ghotki district over Quran desecrating

Ghotki Sindh: Communal tensions ran high in Sindh’s Ghotki district on Wednesday, 27 July 2016 after a Hindu man was arrested for allegedly desecrating Quran a day earlier. Islamic clerics Bharchundi Peers are pointing fingers at the Hindu community which has made the community fearful of its safety. Many members of the Hindu community have started[…]

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Fate of Hindus in Pakistan

Fate of Hindus in Pakistan.. Khipro, Sindh, June, 23, 2016: This picture shows a young Hindu child Kirshan is converted to Islam. The little boy is beaten and sat to sit there with angry mobs preachers of religion of peace. Incidents like this happens everyday in Islamic Republic of Pakistan

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Converted Hindu Girl, United with family in Pakistan

The Hindu girl Aneela with her Father Pakistani Hindu community is rejoicing as a Hindu girl from a poor family of Sindh who was forcibly converted to Islam has been united with her family. The Hindu girl Aneela’s case was brought to limelight by advocate Ramesh Gupta whose efforts yielded results. A while back Hindu[…]

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Is it crime to be a Hindu in Pakistan?

I don’t know what is my bigger crime. That I am born in Pakistan. Or I happen to be Hindu.  Since beginning of civilization, my ancestors had been nurturing this western part of India with their blood and sweat. When British overpowered us, they sacrificed their lives with slogan of Jai Hind to realize our dream[…]

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PERSECUTION OF PAKISTANI HINDUS

Namaste.. This site is about Hindus of Pakistan and focus on persecution of Pakistani Hindus.. Hindus Persecutions in Pakistan Pakistani Hindus are Hindus of full or partial Pakistani descent. Constituting 2.00% of Pakistan’s population, the last Pakistan census divided Hindus into Jāti (1.6%) and scheduled castes (0.25%).[3][4] After Pakistan gained independence from Britain on 14 August 1947, 4.4 million of the country’s Hindus and Sikhs migrated to India while 4.1 million Muslims moved from India[…]

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