This is the same temple that was destroyed today in KPK

This is the same temple that was destroyed today in KPK. During Corona, temple distributed ration worth more than a million (pkr) to the locals living around.

The fund was collected from Hindus only. It’s not only their loss but it’s also our loss as we’ll not get free rice for Biryani.

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This is what we Baloch and Sindhis are facing

This is what we Baloch and Sindhis are facing by the hands of so called Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Pakistani agencies and police arrested Hani Gul Baloch, Shazia Chandio and many more, They were on a long March to Rawalpindi for missing persons.

Mob vandalises burns down shrine of hindu saint in kps karak

By-Sirajuddin 

A mob vandalised the samadhi (shrine) of a Hindu saint and subsequently set it on fire in the Karak district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Wednesday, locals and police officials confirmed.

The incident took place in a far-flung area of Karak’s Teri town, with police saying law enforcement personnel dispersed the mob after the violence.

“More than a thousand people led by some local elders of a religious party held a protest and demanded the removal of the Hindu place” of worship, a local resident present at the site during the violence told DawnNewsTV, adding that after delivering speeches, they moved towards and attacked the shrine, which was built before 1920.

He said that the mob that was chanting slogans set the shrine on fire before demolishing it as well as an under-construction house owned by a member of the Hindu community.

“Residents of nearby villages announced a protest demonstration a few days earlier which was completely ignored by police,” the resident said, accusing the police of having failed to protect the property.

Videos posted on social media showed a large crowd present at the site, chanting slogans and tearing down the walls of the property. Smoke and fire could be seen in the visuals.

Karak District Police Officer Irfanullah confirmed the attack, saying the incident had created a law and order situation in the area.

He said the residents had issued a call for protest, but with the guarantee that they would remain peaceful. However, a cleric incited the crowd following which they proceeded to attack the shrine.

The police officer said the shrine’s keeper had “secretly” acquired a house next to the property. The protesters were against its construction because they assumed the shrine was being expanded.

There are no Hindus in the area and it was the home of the single samadhi, the DPO explained.

He said the mob destroyed the under-construction house due to which the shrine next to it also suffered damaged “collaterally”.

“There was a large number of protesters and police controlled the situation,” he told DawnNewsTV.

The DPO said that a first information report (FIR) of the incident had been registered but no one had been arrested so far.

“Legal action will be taken against all the people who took the law in their hands,” he added.

This was the second attack on the shrine; it was demolished in 1997 and rebuilt in 2015 on orders of the Supreme Court.

KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan took notice of the incident and directed police to take action against the persons involved.

Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari tweeted: “Strongly condemn the burning of a Hindu temple by a mob in Karak, Khyber Pukhtunkhwa. KP government must ensure [the] culprits [are] brought to justice.”

She said her ministry was also moving on the incident. “We as a government have a responsibility to ensure safety and security of all our citizens and their places of worship,” she wrote.

Hindu temple set ablaze and razed in pakistan

Today in Naya Pakistan: Hindu temple set ablaze and razed to the ground by a charged mob led by clerics in Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Now a 13-year-old Christian girl abducted by 42-year-old Muslim man in Pakistan; Shockingly, court orders victim’s father to pay penalty

With no end in sight to the abduction, rape and conversion of women from minority communities in Pakistan, a 13 year old Christian girl was kidnapped by a 42-year-old Muslim man.

The girl has been identified as Mehwish who has been abducted for child rape and conversion to Islam by the Muslim man identified as Thokar Nayaz Kanjrah in Lahore.

Minority rights activist Rahat Austin while criticizing the act by the Islamists said on Twitter, “A 13-year-old Christian girl Mehwish is abducted for child rape & conversion to Islam by 42-year-old Muslim Man in Thokar Nayaz, Kanjrah Lahore”

Austin said that the culprits and fanatics were now threatening the family of girl and activist who repot this incident as sharing such news considered anti Islam and state by the Islamists.

Shockingly, Austin further states how the court ordered the father of the victim to pay a penalty.

This is not the first incident in which Christian, Hindu or a Sikh minor girl has been kidnapped to be converted and married off to Muslim men. The process has been going on for years and the population of minorities in Pakistan has also been reduced substantially.

While the international community sits on its hands, the persecution of Hindus, Sikhs and Christians goes on unabated in the Islamic nation at a scale that could be compared with medieval ages.

Eating Christmas cake is like eating pork- Fatawa in pakistan

For Muslims, giving or taking a Christmas cake is “HARAM”. Eating Christmas cake is like eating pork” Wishing Christmas is biggest sin, it is like leaving Islam. These things spread every year by loudspeakers & media & my, even a single friend don’t dare to say Merry Christmas.

Pakistan Court Orders Authorities to Free Man Convicted of Murdering US Journalist

FILE- Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, the alleged mastermind behind Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl's kidnap-slaying, appears at the court in Karachi, Pakistan, March 29, 2002.

FILE- Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, the alleged mastermind behind Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl’s kidnap-slaying, appears at the court in Karachi, Pakistan, March 29, 2002.

A court in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province ordered authorities Thursday to immediately release the British national convicted in the 2002 murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl.

Thursday’s ruling by the high court in Karachi, the provincial capital, canceled a temporary detention order that had prevented British-born Ahmed Omar Sheikh from leaving prison since the same court overturned his murder conviction eight months ago.

The April 2020 verdict modified Sheikh’s sentence to seven years in prison for kidnapping only, allowing him to be freed for time served. Three other men — also convicted in the case and sentenced to life in prison at the same trial 18 years ago — were acquitted.

Pakistani authorities quickly moved to halt the release of the four men, citing public safety concerns, a law often used in high-profile cases to buy time for prosecutors to file an appeal.

Thursday’s written ruling, obtained by VOA, struck down the preventive detention order, directing authorities that the four men “shall be released from jail forthwith.” It ordered authorities to not allow Sheikh and the others to leave Pakistan.

The judges also directed federal and provincial governments not to arrest or place the four men “under any prevention detention order … without the prior permission of the court.”

Lawyer Nadeem Ahmed Azar, L, and Sheikh Muhammad Aslam, brother of British-born Pakistani Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, who is charged in the murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl, talks to media outside a prison in Karachi, Pakistan, Dec. 24, 2020.
Lawyer Nadeem Ahmed Azar, L, and Sheikh Muhammad Aslam, brother of British-born Pakistani Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, who is charged in the murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl, talks to media outside a prison in Karachi, Pakistan, Dec. 24, 2020.

Pearl, a Wall Street Journal reporter, 38 at the time of his murder, was visiting the port city of Karachi, the country’s largest, to investigate suspected links between Islamist militants and the planners of the September 11, 2001, terrorist strikes on the United States. He was abducted and decapitated weeks later.

“We are deeply concerned by the reports of the December 24 ruling of Sindh High Court to release multiple terrorists responsible for the murder of Daniel Pearl,” the U.S. State Department said in a statement.

“We have been assured that the accused have not been released at this time,” it noted.

The statement stressed the U.S. will continue to stand with the Pearl family through this “extremely difficult process” and will be following the case closely.

Pearl’s parents and Pakistani authorities separately have appealed to the Supreme Court against the April verdict that acquitted Sheikh and the three co-accused in the case.

The top Pakistani court is scheduled to conduct the next hearing January 5, 2021.

An attorney for the Pearl family told VOA that Sheikh will be freed until the appeal is completed, but all four men will “go to jail permanently” if the family is successful in overturning the acquittal.

Pakistani men torturing a transgender

Pakistani men torturing a transgender because he tried to escape from them. Now transgender is asking for mercy in the name of Allah & Muhammad but they think otherwise. What I learn in my 36 years of life in Pakistan, they never show mercy on weak & helpless till you hit them back.

Pakistan: Read how father of a minor Christian girl, who was abducted and converted to Islam, has to pay a fine for seeking justice

Minor Christian girl abducted, raped and converted to Islam by 3 Muslims

On December 20 (Sunday), Pakistani Human right activist Rahat Austin shared a video on Twitter, wherein a Christian father who was trying to seek justice for his minor daughter had narrated the sordid tale of his endless miseries in Pakistan. His 13-year-old daughter Mehwish had been forcefully abducted, raped and converted to Islam by Sajid Ali, Sumaira and Tarav in Thokar Nayaz, Kanjrah Lahore.

Speaking about the same incident, the Pakistani activist today shared the copy of Lahore High Court orders which upheld a lower court’s decision asking the victim’s father to pay a penalty of PKR 30000. The activist stated that the victim’s father had approached Lahore High Court to waive off a fine of KR 30,000, imposed on him by a lower court when he approached it for help after his minor daughter was abducted. Instead of providing him with any sort of help, the lower court had imposed the penalty on the victim’s father.

Coming from a humble background, it was almost impossible for the victim’s father to arrange for the hefty sum. Therefore he had approached the Lahore High Court pleading it to forego the penalty imposed on him. However, the Pakistan HC instead of helping him upheld the order passed by the lower court and asked him to pay the fine immediately.

“It is impossible to get justice in Pakistan”, father of the 13-year-old Christian girl remarked

We had reported on Sunday how the distressed father of the 13-year-old Christian victim had warned of killing his entire family if justice was not provided to him. On being asked whether he sought help from any political leaders, the man had lamented: “Initially, we tried to meet Minister Jahaz Alam Ghasti on two occasions but failed. However, we met him later on 3 different occasions. He said that he cannot do anything about it… If Prime Minister, Ministers, Chief Justice and Parliamentarians do not listen to me or ensure the safe return of my child, then, I will be forced to kill my entire family.

Throwing light on the depraved conditions the religious minorities are having to live in, in Pakistan, the 13-year-old’s father had said: “It is impossible to get justice in Pakistan. Justice will only be rendered when my daughter returns back to me. Do not take my words lightly. If my daughter does not come back, then, I will do what I have promised,” the victim’s father remarked.

Baloch leader has been found dead in Toronto.

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Prominent Baloch leader @KarimaBaloch has been found dead in Toronto. She had gone missing from the Canadian city yesterday (Sunday). Her family has not provided more details and asked for privacy. She escaped Pakistan in 2016 to seek refuge in Canada