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ICC Note: Religious minorities’ leaders are still attempting to bring about an increase in religious tolerance in the Pakistan and equal standing for all faiths. The Chairman of the Pakistan Minorities’ Teachers Association recently wrote a paper entitled “In the search of equal rights in Pakistan”. Leaders of this movement are hoping that papers such as this one as well as the recently proposed amendments to the country’s blasphemy laws will further religious tolerance in Pakistan. Currently, it is a predominately Muslim country where all other religious minorities, Christians included, face severe discrimination and persecution, even under the law because of the misapplication of the blasphemy laws.

08/21/2016, Pakistan (Christians in Pakistan) – Chairman Pakistan Minorities’ Teachers Association Professor Anjum James Paul pens down quandary of the Non-Muslim Pakistanis in his latest recent paper entitled “In the search of equal rights in Pakistan.” Professor Anjum who had been ardent advocate of the equal rights for all Pakistanis initiates with: “I this document to the Father of the Nation, Quaid-e-Azam, who laid the foundation of equal citizenship of Pakistan on August 11, 1947 without any discrimination and all Pakistani non-Muslims who are facing discrimination due to the violation of the ideology of the Father of the Nation.”

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