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On November 5, Imran wrote that blasphemy in the name of freedom of expression is not tolerable. (File photo)
Pakistani leaders support killing of teacher in France
In France, a teacher was strangled to death due to a cartoon controversy. Many Pakistani leaders, including Imran Khan, had justified the killing indirectly. He has repeatedly said that religion should not be criticized or blasphemed in the name of freedom of speech. India has also been taking up human rights violations in Pakistan. India alleges that Pakistan continues to torture people in Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Why Pakistan does not speak about the Muslims of China
Imran Khan’s media adviser Arslan Khalid has accused UN Watch of being a precursor against Muslims and said that it is a pro-Israeli NGO. This NGO has nothing to do with the United Nations. Countering this, UN Watch said that Pakistan pretends to be the protector of Muslims. It does not talk about human rights abuses of more than 1 million Weigar Muslims in Xinjiang province of China.