Tags » Hindus In Pakistan

Desperate Fasadis trying to change Sindhi culture

Shikarpur and other areas of Sindh have always been famous for their tolerant, syncretic Sufi culture — and sweets. Not suicide attacks. That is obviously something that cowardly Takfiri Fasadis are trying desperately to change. 167 more words

Taliban

"I prefer to die than to convert to Islam" - Hindu girl in Pakistan

Source – Asia News.it

Seized by an influential Muslim, with the “political cover” of an elected official, 19 year old Rinkel Kumari launches a desperate appeal to the courts. 537 more words

Threats

Bad News

By Zia Ur Rehman

August 29, 2014

http://www.thefridaytimes.com/tft/bad-news/

The publisher of Pakistan’s first Hindu weekly newspaper Sandesh has been thinking about suspending publication because of financial difficulties. 597 more words

Published In

Sindh acts to protect Hindu minority

By Zia Ur Rehman

April 16, 2014

http://centralasiaonline.com/en_GB/articles/caii/features/pakistan/main/2014/04/16/feature-01

KARACHI – The Sindh government is beefing up security as civil society calls for an end to the recent violence against Hindus and their places of worship. 464 more words

Published In

Multiculturalism will eat itself in the West - Nadeem F. Paracha

“There are numerous young Muslims in South Asia who have what it takes to strike a constructive give-and-take deal with Western multicultural societies. And they are likely to flourish in many fields in those more open lands. 1,308 more words

India

Rajput appeal from Amarkot, Sindh

Something I wrote for Aman ki Asha after a magical trip to Tharparkar last weekend… 

The Rana and Rani of Amarkot (Umerkot) urge a liberal visa regime between India and Pakistan… 1,156 more words

Pakistan-India

Rally against Hindu killings on 14th

November 10, 2011

Daily Times

HYDERABAD: The civil society and human rights organisations condemned the brutal murder of three Hindus in Shikarpur and announced ‘Fill the Besant Hall Road against Religious Intolerance’ rally in front of 20th century Theosophical Society’s interior Sindh’s centre Besant Hall in Hyderabad on Monday, November 14. 320 more words

News & Reports