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Persecution of religious minorites in Pakistan
Transcript of Persecution of religious minorites in Pakistan
Which religious minorities are effected by religious extremist and why are they being persecuted ?
Bus filled with both sunni and Shia muslims was heading to Iran, when it was stopped by the Taliban.
Why don't the minorities come together and vote againist the laws?
-need to declare messiah is imposter and ahmadis are no believers
-religion on passport
“You are free; you are free to go to your temples. You are free to go to your mosques or to any other places of worship in this State of Pakistan.
Change in Pakistan
Zia ul-Haq (6th)
Muhammad Ali Jinnah
During the 1970`s, religious extremists placed enormous treat on Zia ul-Haq and the Pakistani government. He introduced many new Blasphemy laws to the citizens of Pakistan
Believe that God is the sole creator of the universe and is the one who sustains human beings. They believe that Jesus is the son of God and he died to save human beings from sin. They believe in Eternal life after death and resurrection.
Christians make up 1.69% of the Pakistani Population
They believe in riencarnation, karma, the 4 divinity Vedas and 1 supreme being
They make up 1.85% of the Population
Shia muslims are basically muslims who followed Ali as their successor rather than Abu Bakar.
They make up 15-20% of the population
Ahmadis believe that the Promised Messiah as already come to revive the message of Islam
They make up 1.42% of the population
Aasiya Noreen is a Pakistani Christian woman who was convicted of blasphemy by a Pakistani court, receiving a sentence of death by hanging
Why would they go after such a small religious group?