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These temples in Pakistan are now madrasas – Haroon Khalid

These temples in Pakistan are now madrasas – Haroon Khalid

  “There were old houses located in this street, which must have once belonged to Hindu families living here. I wondered in what condition they must have left their homes in 1947, temporarily locking their doors, perhaps burying their precious belongings, hoping to return one day. They never returned, but perhaps they told their loved [...]

October 3, 2015 HHR Archives, Pakistan 0

British Parliament book launch for The Education System in Pakistan: Discrimination and the Targeting of the ‘Other’

British Parliament book launch for The Education System in Pakistan: Discrimination and the Targeting of the ‘Other’

On Monday 8 December Hindu Human Rights Group participated in the book launch sponsored by Andrew Stephenson, MP for Pendle, at the House of Commons. The event was organised by Wilson Chowdhry of the British Pakistani Christian Association and genocide expert Dr Desmond Fernandes. The book launch was for The Education System in Pakistan: Discrimination [...]

December 10, 2014 HHR Archives, HHR Activities/Press releases 0

Pakistan : Festival of colours or fear?

Pakistan : Festival of colours or fear?

Hindu school teacher gives her son an Arabic name to avoid persecution KARACHI: Thirty-two year old school teacher, a Hindu widow Shanti Kumari named her second son Zafar when class fellows and friends of her elder son Prakash Kumar kept asking every time about Hindu gods and goddesses, they saw in Indian films. “I never [...]

March 31, 2013 HHR News updates, Pakistan 0

London Protest : Over Atrocities Against Hindus and Other Minorities in Pakistan

London Protest : Over Atrocities Against Hindus and Other Minorities in Pakistan

Recently, people gathered outside the high commission of Pakistan in London to seek justice and protest against persecution of minorities. February 24, 2012 is a black day in the history of Pakistan. On this day last year, a Sindhi Hindu girl, Rinkle Kumari, was kidnapped by a Member of Parliament affiliated to the ruling Pakistan [...]

March 18, 2013 HHR HHR Videos, News updates, Pakistan 0

HHR Update: Debate at British Parliament on Pakistan’s Minorities

HHR Update:  Debate at British Parliament on Pakistan’s Minorities

On Tuesday 5 March Hindu Human Rights participated in the discussion in the House of Commons, organised by Wilson Chowdhry of the British Pakistani Christian Association, and chaired by Andrew Stephenson, MP for Pemble. Also present was Desmond Fernandes, genocide expert and one of the main authors of the report, which was submitted that day [...]

March 9, 2013 HHR HHR Activities/Press releases 0