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    Aftab Alexander Mughal

    Aftab Alexander Mughal is the editor of the Minority Concern of Pakistan and former National Executive Secretary of the Justice and Peace Commission of Pakistan. He has written extensively on minority rights, democracy, peace, and immigration issues. In 2013, he won an International Award for Women's Issues by ICOM, Geneva.

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  • Anti-Women’s March campaign endangered lives of many in Pakistan 0

      Men also joined Aurat March 2020 outside Lahore Press Club to support women’s rights   Hardliners launched an online campaign threatening to use blasphemy against the participants of Women’s Day marches in Pakistan. It has not only put many people’s lives in danger, making them vulnerable to be killed but also has exposed the intolerant environment

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  • Controversy over newly formed national minority commission in Pakistan1

    Pakistani minorities, non-Muslim citizens of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, and human rights organisations have refused the newly formed minority commission by the government of Pakistan, as it was constituted by an executive order rather an act of Parliament. Moreover, its membership process is not transparent. Many Muslim members are included, while Ahmadi community is

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  • How does Pakistan fight against Covid-19?1

    By Aftab Alexander Mughal 8 May 2020 (8 May 2020) – Nearly 25,000 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Pakistan, with 598 deaths, while 7,530 patients were recovered. Ever since the first case discovered at the end of February 2020, the government of Prime Minster Imran Khan could have not taken enough strong measures, including

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  • PAKISTAN: ASIA BIBI IS FREE AT LAST, BUT STILL NOT SAFE0

    The Christian woman acquitted by Supreme Court from blasphemy case, hiding as she is not safe yet. Last week, the highest court of Pakistan uphold its last year’s judgment, in which the court acquitted Asia Bibi, a poor Christina women, who spent 9 years in solitary confinement, from false charges of blasphemy. Her legal battle

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  • What Does the General Elections of 2018 In Pakistan for Minorities mean?0

      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,

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