Pakistan – Minister for Inter faith harmony says around 100 forced conversions of girls from minority communities

Harmony minister speaks out: Gill wants tougher legislation against forced conversion

By Qaiser Butt

ISLAMABAD: The minister for national harmony has alleged that about 100 non-Muslims, mostly Hindus girls, were forced to convert to Islam in recent months. The minister, Akram Masih Gill, told The Express Tribune that stronger legislation was required to protect minorities from forced conversions. ….

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One thought on “Pakistan – Minister for Inter faith harmony says around 100 forced conversions of girls from minority communities”

  1. how are we supposed to not have serious issues when someone claims to be of Islamic faith when they have these extremists out there doing things like this?

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