Mr. Aftab Alexander Mughal is the editor of Minority Concern of Pakistan's magazine and a former National Executive Secretary of the Justice and Peace Commission of Pakistan.
Is there any hope for minorities after the general elections of 2018? By Aftab Alexander Mughal 3 August 2018 On the 25 July, the Pakistani nation took part in the general elections to choose their political representatives. More than 105 million people cast votes for 849 national and four provincial seats. Imran Khan’s party,READ MORE
An Islamist shot Pakistan’s Interior Minister, Ahsan Iqbal under blasphemy allegation. About three decades ago, Iqbal’s mother was behind the controversial blasphemy law, which has been vigorously used against liberal Muslims and religious minorities, since its inception. The recent attack shows the level of growing militancy and religious intolerance, which is gripping the Islamic countryREAD MORE
Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa during a meeting in Quetta to address grievances of the Hazara community on May 1, 2018. PHOTO: ISPR Once again, in April, Christian and Hazara minority communities were killed by militant groups repeatedly in Quetta, Pakistan. Religious minorities feel that the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has failed toREAD MORE
By Aftab Alexander Mughal (December 26, 2017) – Despite the security challenges, Pakistan Christians, a tiny minority, celebrated Christmas with religious fervor. Just a week before the Christmas day, another terrorist attack struck a church in Pakistan. By attacking the church in Quetta, which was full of worshipers, the Islamic State (also known as ISIS)READ MORE
By Aftab Alexander Mughal Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif resigned from prime ministership after the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s ruling last week which declared him dishonest. Many suggest that the establishment played its invisible role in the whole episode because the civil-military relations were not smooth. After Mr. Sharif’s disqualification, the most important question is, whetherREAD MORE