Tag: Pakistan

ENFORCEMENT OF SHARI’AH ACT 1991

And whereas it is one of the fundamental obligations of the Islamic State to protect the honour, life, liberty and the fundamental right a of the citizens as guaranteed under the constitution and to ensure peace and provide inexpensive and speedy justice to people through an independent Islamic system of justice without any discrimination.

Religious offences under Pakistan Penal Code 1860

Whoever destroys, damages or defiles any place of worship, or any object held sacred by any class of persons with the intention of thereby insulting the religion of any class of persons or with the knowledge that any class of persons is likely to consider such destruction damage or defilement as an insult to their religion. shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both.

India: The Continent of Dinia, or the Country of Doom (1946)

Now or Never-Are We to Live or Perish Forever : Choudhary Rahmat Ali

IT is time to realize that we, the non-Indian nations, who comprise the Muslims, Dravidians, Akhoots (Untouchables), Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Parsis, are, and ever have been, the victims of “The Myth of Indianism “. That is the Myth which teaches that India is the country of “India,” i.e., the exclusive domain of Caste Hinduism and Caste Hindoos and which has been built up by the Caste Hindoos, buttressed by the British and, thanks to our own folly, believed by the world.

Pakistan Diary

Pakistan Diary is a brief collection of events in Pakistan on a daily basis 04 December 2019: The National Assembly’s session began with heated speeches by both opposition and government members over […]

Religious Law in Pakistan

Ehtram-e-Ramazan Ordinance, 1981 Enforcement of Shari’ah Act, 1991 Pakistan Madrash Education (Establishment and Affiliation of Model Dini Madaris) Board Ordinance, 2001 Publication of the Holy Quran (Elimination of Printing Errors) Act, 1973 […]

Protection of property in Pakistan

No property shall be compulsorily acquired or taken possession of save for a public purpose, and save by the authority of law which provides for compensation therefor and either fixes the amount of compensation or specifies the principles on and the manner
in which compensation is to be determined and given.