Archive - March 15, 2017

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Persecution of Christians in Pakistan
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Invisible & Demand of JOGI MOR Hindus in Karachi
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Scheduled castes Hindus persecutions in Pakistan
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Koran – teaches hatred..
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Pakistani Hindus daughters relinquish to forced Muslim marriages
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A Pakistani Town With 80% Hindu Population Till 1965 Before Wars Undid Its Social Fabric
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Caste political system who rules rural Sindh

Invisible & Demand of JOGI MOR Hindus in Karachi

Pakistani judges don’t shy away from announcing personal piety in their judgments, and no one protests the injustice dished out to people who can’t be considered pious because they are non-Muslim. That’s what happens when you found a state on religion. On August 23, Dawn reported what Hindus of Karachi felt was happening to them.[…]

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Scheduled castes Hindus persecutions in Pakistan

In Pakistan, Dalits are known as Scheduled castes which are 40 in Nos. (Presidential Ordinance to declare certain non-Muslim castes to be scheduled castes, issued on Nov.12, 1957 by Ministry of Law). Mostly in the majority, Meghwar [(Meghwal) also known as Harijan in District Tharparkar], Kohli, Bhil, Walmikis (Bhang’s), Oadhs, Bagri’s etc; these communities are[…]

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Koran – teaches hatred..

“Pakistan’s public school textbooks contain deeply troubling content that portrays non-Muslim citizens as outsiders, unpatriotic, and inferior; are filled with errors; and present widely-disputed historical ‘facts’ as settled history,” USCIRF Chairman Robert P. George said in a statement on the report’s release. “Missing from these textbooks are any references to the rights of religious minorities and their[…]

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Pakistani Hindus daughters relinquish to forced Muslim marriages

Displayed with permission from NewsGram Lahore, Feb 28, 2017: Last spring, Anila Dhawan was abducted from her home in Hyderabad, Pakistan. She was forced to marry the abductor and convert to Islam. The police refused to step in. Her abductor stated that Voluntarily, the girl had eloped from home, converted into Islam and married him. But[…]

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A Pakistani Town With 80% Hindu Population Till 1965 Before Wars Undid Its Social Fabric

Umerkot or the erstwhile Amarkot doesn’t have much relevance left when it comes to the history of either India or Pakistan. But 475 years ago, with the birth of Mughal emperor Akbar in the palace of Hindu King Raja Rana Prasad, Umerkot had laid the foundation of unparalleled harmony between Hindus and Muslim which remained[…]

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