Interior minister slams letter as a “crude manoeuvre” and accuses its anonymous signatories of lacking “courage”.
Envoy in Saudi Arabia asked to help Pakistanis send money through Roshan digital account.
Says the govt will hold negotiations with the EU to delink the country’s GSP Plus status with blasphemy issues.
Imran Khan stresses severing ties with France will incur a loss to Pakistan, not the other way round.
Leaders from nearly 60 countries speak out against Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hatred.
The civil rights of Muslims must be ensured, and they must be allowed to practise their faith freely.
Shireen Mazari says 8m Kashmiris have been caged in one of the planet’s largest concentration camps.
The bill is guided by basic principles of freedom of religion and "makes no distinction between different religions": Paris.
Foreigners and those declared the ‘other’ are easy scapegoats for society’s failures, with all ills blamed on ‘outsiders’.
In virtual address to UN moot, FM proposes global alliance against rise of Islamophobic, other violent racist groups.
Sri Lankan Muslims have faced forced evictions, smear campaigns and unlawful arrests.
PM attributes attacks on Hazaras to legacy of Afghan jihad, promises "complete support and protection" for them.
The resolution stresses that the exercise of the right to freedom of expression must be subjected to legitimate restrictions.
Council will discuss issues facing the Muslim world with particular focus on combating Islamophobia, Palestine, Jammu and Kashmir.
"As the article I had cited has been corrected by the relevant publication, I have also deleted my tweet on the same": Mazari.
FM Qureshi raises the issue at the fifth round of the Pakistan-European Union Strategic Dialogue.
The former premier says Muslims have "not applied the 'eye for an eye' law ... French shouldn't".
Says statements by Western countries' leaders and incidents of blasphemy lead to marginalisation and radicalisation.
There can be no justification for murder but neither can the actions of a few be made the basis of tarring an entire community.
Parliament adopts resolutions condemning Macron’s Islamophobic remarks.
"There is nothing legitimate about this murder," says Erdogan's spokesperson, while defending anger over the prophet's sketches.
"Nobody has the right to hurt the sentiments of millions of Muslims under the guise of freedom of expression," FM Qureshi says.
Says a pogrom against Muslims, similar to the one against Jews in Nazi Germany, is being witnessed in parts of the world.
Says Pakistan is ready to "fight for its freedom to the end".
"Freedom of expression does not give you the licence to harm the sentiments of others," he says.
"Ensuring respect for religious beliefs of others is a collective responsibility, absolutely critical for global peace," says FO.
Says “a large number of ambassadors” supported Pakistani position implies that not all of them backed it.
"No one knew what was happening; it was a very disturbing moment," says London Central Mosque Adviser Ayaz Ahmed.
According to government officials, German far-right group was planning attacks similar to those in Christchurch.
Delta “engaged in discriminatory conduct” and violated anti-discrimination laws, rules US transport dept.