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Monday, May 31, 2010

Systematic Mistreatment of Hindus and heretics in Pakistan

By Purushottam Singh (PHP Editor from NYC)
Monday,May 31,2010
(Photo : Hindu Women in Thar District of Sindh in Pakistan)
HERETICS : Terrorists murdered dozens of people in two minority mosques in Lahore, Pakistan.  As people prepared for prayer, nine youths burst in, opened fire at the helpless civilians, and some set off bombs that took their own lives, too.  I spare you the details of the gore, but it is horrifying.

The crime of the doomed?  They belong to a sect that follows Islam except for believing that their leader is a “messenger” referred to by Muhammad.  For that, the government has declared them heretics.  it forbids them to call themselves Muslims and their temples mosques  (Waqar Gilani and Jane Perlez).

HINDUS :  In one town of Pakistan in a single week, 57 Hindus in three waves converted under pressure to Islam.  The pressure was from their employers and their neighbors.  The employers were, themselves, under pressure from customers and suppliers, boycotting them for hiring Hindus.  The Hindus converted in order to keep their jobs and ability to support their families.  Such is life in the town of Sialkot, Pakistan. 

The source: “Diligent Media Corporation, which owns DNA (Daily News & Analysis), is a joint venture between two industry majors - the Dainik Bhaskar Group and Zee Group. With a reach of more than 120 countries and access to more than 250 million viewers globally…”

CONCLUSION : The two incidents have in common intolerance by Pakistani society.  It is not just terrorism, not just government, but government, terrorists, and society as a whole.  This impression of Pakistan should inform U.S. foreign policy makers about what to expect from dealing with Pakistan.

What temerity of callow youths to impose a death penalty on people who do them no harm!

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