Pakistan: Muslim think-tank denounces persecution against Christians

It also calls for the abolition of the Blasphemy Law.

In Pakistan there has been a steady increase in violence against religious minorities and Christians “are the first victims of persecution” is an issue that the government must address in order to guarantee freedom, democracy and the rule of law. E ‘, according to a new report entitled “A question of faith”(A Question of Faith), published in recent days by “Jinnah Institute, a prestigious center for research and analysis of Pakistan, based on the principles of the founder of the country, Mohammed Ali Jinnah. The Study Centre is now chaired by the Parliamentary Muslim Sherry Rehman, Pakistan People’s Party, the party currently in power in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, Pakistani people want more Islamization and recently the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Samiul Haq) leader Maulana Abdul Rauf Farooqi and others called for banning the Bible because it contains “blasphemous material”.

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