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US lawmaker accuses Pakistan of ruling through jihadist extremism

WASHINGTON: Alleging that Pakistan is using jihadist extremism to administer and is bent upon extinguishing other cultures in the country, a top US lawmaker has warned Islamabad that it might be headed for 1971 like partition soon if it continues to do so.

“Those who think that they can keep Pakistan together by attacking and extinguishing other cultures with jihadist extremism should go visit Dhaka,” Congressman Brad Sherman, ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Sub-Committee on Asia and the Pacific said at an event of Sindhi Foundation, Washington.

More » The Economic Times
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/us-lawmaker-accuses-pakistan-of-ruling-through-jihadist-extremism/articleshow/54516863.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest

Sherman Amendment to Foreign Affairs bill for Sindhi Language Programming Passes Committee Markup

In a House Foreign Affairs Committee markup on July 21, 2011, Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA) offered an amendment to the Foreign Relations Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012. The amendment required that, of the funds made available to Voice of America, $1.5 million be used only for Sindhi language programming.

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Hon. Congressman Brad Sherman continues to advocate on behalf of Sindhis across the world.

Congressman Sherman raised VOA Sindhi with Broadcasting Board of Governors: An Agency “Defunct”

Washington: Congressman Brad Sherman continues to advocate on behalf of Sindhis across the world. At Today’s House Committee on Foreign Affairs Hearing, Congressman Sherman spoke with Board of Governors about the need for a Sindhi Voice of America program. You can hear his remarks here starting at the 0:55.54 mark. SAPAC is immensely grateful for Congressman Sherman’s dedication to the Sindhi people. ~ SAPAC

Courtesy: http://foreignaffairs.house.gov/hearing/hearing-broadcasting-board-governors-agency-%E2%80%9Cdefunct%E2%80%9D

Via – Sindhi e-lists/e-groups, June 26, 2013

SAPAC Inaugural becomes Congressmen’s Town Hall Meeting and Sindhi Katchahry (Gathering)

By Khalid Hashmani

Washington DC, September 16, 2009 – Sindhi American Political Action Committee (SAPAC) was inaugurated in Washington DC. This is a milestone step for the Sindhi American community that community hopes will help in restoring and preserving Sindhi Rights. The inaugural session was very well organized and in fact turned into a Congressmen’s Town Hall meeting and Sindhi Katchahry, which is a traditional village gathering where village elders and town folks share their hopes, concerns, and sorrows. The meeting was held at the Washington Court Hotel near the US Capitol Bulling. The moot was addressed by Congressman Gary Ackermann, Congressman Brad Sherman, Selig Harrison, and Marvin Weinbaum. The guests were welcomed by Dr. Maqbool Halepota and Munawar Laghari, President Director of SAPAC respectively. After formal addresses, a lively Town Hall meeting (Sindhi Katchahry) was held with Congressman Sherman and Sindhi participants. The meeting was admirably moderated by Leila Agha and Hanne Bursch.

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Inaugural Ceremony of SAPAC

Press release – Washington, DC, August 15, 2009

Sindhi American Political Action Committee (SAPAC) is a newly established organization, based in Washington DC. You are requested to kindly confirm your availability to attend the Inaugural Ceremony of SAPAC. (Participation with invitation only; To receive formal invitation, please contact Munawar Laghari on phone # (202) 378-0333 or e-mail: sapac.sindh@ gmail.com). President of SAPAC, Dr. Maqbool Haleepota will welcome the Guests and participants. Congressman Gary Ackerman* will be Special Guest in the Inaugural Ceremony of SAPAC. Congressman Brad Sherman** has very kindly consented to grace the occasion as Chief Guest. Speakers: Mr. Selig S. Harrison***, Center for International Policy. Dr. Marvin Weinbaum**** , Middle East Institute.

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