Pakistan Aligns with Hamas and Turkey, Follows Worrying Trend

Pakistan Aligns with Hamas and Turkey, Follows Worrying Trend

Following the Hagia Sophia’s conversion to a Muslim mosque this August, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi called Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to congratulate him. Subsequently, President Alvi tweeted that the premiers had also...
Pakistan’s COVID-19 Response Fails Its Minorities

Pakistan’s COVID-19 Response Fails Its Minorities

Living in a 99 percent Muslim country, Pakistan’s minorities—Untouchable Christians, Hindus, Ahmadiyya, and enslaved brick kiln workers—face systemic discrimination on any given day as they seek jobs, education, and healthcare. Now, these minorities will be the...
Second-Class Citizen Day Religious Minorities in Pakistan

Second-Class Citizen Day Religious Minorities in Pakistan

Earlier this month, Pakistan celebrated its eighth National Minorities Day. The day’s significance originates from a speech in which Pakistan’s founder, Mohammad Ali Jimnah, envisioned a Pakistan that would be respectful of all religious backgrounds. “You may belong...
CosmoVision Center Phase 1- Sablone House

CosmoVision Center Phase 1- Sablone House

CosmoVision Center Phase 1- Sablone House We are extremely grateful for your generosity, the following VIDEOS speak for your investment in the future of Pakistan. Each brick, and each tile that we are using to build the SABLONE HOUSE represents your trust in us, and...
No Honor in Murder: Calling It What It Is

No Honor in Murder: Calling It What It Is

No Honor in killing Calling it what it is The recent strangling of Qandeel Baloch, a Pakistani social media star, by her brother has revealed the widespread issue of honor killings throughout Pakistan. Despite Baloch’s controversial publicity, her fame helped to...
Lack of Healthcare for Pakistani Minorities

Lack of Healthcare for Pakistani Minorities

Lack of healthcare  for Pakistani minorities The news agency Dawn recently published an article drawing attention to Pakistan’s meager health care system. Aptly titled “My 10 Days of Hell at a Lahore Hospital,” the middle-class author describes the miserable...
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