Over 75 years since Partition, questions persist over how Islamic identity ought to translate into state policies
Federal ministers lead calls for high-level body to resolve province’s persistent issues
Punjab home minister claims ‘incitement of sectarian hatred’ against any citizen will not be tolerated
Amnesty International, International Commission of Jurists, Human Rights Watch issue joint statement
A roundup of the PTI chief’s stated positions that have observers raising their eyebrows
Pakistan’s Barelvi dharna is over. Now comes the fallout
What was Muhammad Safdar Awan’s motivation for attacking the persecuted Ahmadi community?
Religious minorities say accurate census will help ensure proper representation for them in Parliament
The Constitution will never be amended to accommodate Pakistan’s minorities, but it’s the thought that counts.
A new report confirms the bad news about Pakistan’s non-Sunni citizens.
A non-binding resolution passed by European parliament urges Islamabad to abolish death penalty and review blasphemy laws.
Members of persecuted minority claim there is more safety in China but add that they don’t expect any aid from Beijing.
Human rights watchdog’s annual report claims peace talks with Taliban could make minorities in Pakistan more vulnerable.
Ahmadiyya leader says new caucus will advocate for rights of all persecuted religious communities in the world.
Overcoming Pakistan’s national-security narratives.
Four million Ahmadi voters can change the game.
Imran Khan is no heretic.
Ahmadis have boycotted elections since 1985