Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Pakistan bans all Christians from participation in elections to preserve Pakistan's Islamic culture & values

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Pakistan National Assembly rejects Bill to allow non-Muslims to become country’s President, Prime Minister.
In Pakistan, only a Muslim can be elevated to the posts of President and Prime Minister.
According to Article 91 of the Pakistani Constitution, the National Assembly is empowered to elect one of its Muslim members to be the Prime Minister. Similarly, Article 41 of the country’s Constitution says that a person shall not be qualified for election as President unless he is a Muslim.
The brutal persecution of non-Muslim minorities in Pakistan must be stopped!
The United Nations, the European Union and the media are turning a blind eye to avoid damaging the image of Islam.
In calendar year 2018, the Trump Administration has significantly cut funding to Pakistan including $1.3 Billion In military aid.
In Pakistan, which is well known for its barbaric blasphemy laws, Christians are often falsely accused of blasphemy. Christians often walk on eggshells to avoid such charges, since once they’re levied, no Christians are safe — even the families of the accused.
In 2016, the UK government gave £463 million in foreign aid to Pakistan.
Britain must follow President Trump and cut all foreign aid to Pakistan.