Pakistan A Living Hell for Christians. But Takes Foreign Aid From Christian Countries

Pakistan is always begging money and Foreign Aid from the West which is predominantly Christian. One of the Journalists recently questioned Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on the Begging Bowl Syndrome. What for Pakistan need the funds? Did the Politicians in US and Europe look at the conditions of Christians in Pakistan before funding FATF Grey Listed Pakistan? Should Christian countries give Foreign Aid to Pakistan where Islamist Radicals hate all non-muslims equally as they hate other ethnic minorities of Baloch, Pashtun, Sindhi, Muhajir, Ahamadiya, Sufi, Hazaras?

Pakistan’s dealings with the Christian minority fares no better than the oppressive treatment meted out to the other religious and ethnic groups. Pakistan’s Christians have been subjected to all kinds of brutalities be it falsely implicated blasphemy charges, murders, arson, destruction of properties, convictions and forceful exiles.

We recently covered the topic of persecution of religions minorities of Christians and Hindus and other ethnic groups of Baloch, Pashtun, Muhajir, Sindhi, Ahamadiyas in details in our earlier article titled “IMF Bailout Loan To Pakistan: Throwing Public Money In Drain

Pakistan A Living Hell for Christians. But Takes Foreign Aid From Christian Countries.

Pakistan is always begging Foreign Aid from US and Europe which are Christian. Blasphemy laws are being misuesed and Christians are persecuted in Pakistan.


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