Archive - September 2016

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Protest Held on Human Rights Violations Against Minorities in Pakistan
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Teaching Hatred in Schools against non-muslims continue in Pakistan
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Pakistani Hindus discrimination and persecuations
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Pakistani Hindu family protests against land mafia in Karachi
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Pakistani Hindu family begs police for mercy
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BJP helps Pakistani Hindu girl

Protest Held on Human Rights Violations Against Minorities in Pakistan

On September 20, 2016 a demonstration was held outside the UN Human Rights Council to protest against the human rights violations in Pakistan. Representatives from Pakistan Administered Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan and Sindh participated, seeking the attention of the UN and the international community to the grave violations committed by the Pakistani government and the military against[…]

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Teaching Hatred in Schools against non-muslims continue in Pakistan

Pakistan’s National Commission for Justice and Peace (NCJP) published a report announcing that the Islamic nation’s government has broken its promise to purge the religious “hate material” from school textbooks, which are plagued with rhetoric used to incite children with rage toward non-Muslims. World Watch Monitor says that the plan to clean up the biased instruction[…]

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Pakistani Hindu family protests against land mafia in Karachi

Karachi: A poor Hindu family living in the Gadap Town, a town in the northwestern part of Karachi, protested in front of the Karachi Press Club as the land mafia is making their lives hell. Minorityvoices.pk reported their agitation which has been translated by us atwww.currentriggers.com. This agitation took place last Tuesday and the agitating Hindus[…]

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BJP helps Pakistani Hindu girl

The 16-year old Pak Hindu girl Madhu got what she wanted after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj heard her and requested the Delhi government to take care of her educational needs in Delhi. Madhu, the 16-year old Pak Hindu girl had written to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal narrating her woes about not getting admission[…]

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