HRCP Archive

HRCP’s 2014 report on human rights: 200,000 Shia Muslims have shifted from Balochistan – by Abdul Nishapuri: LUBP’s note: We welcome HRCP’s report on human rights situation in Balochistan. We suggest that the report could become more effective and useful if there was a clearer mention of the faith identity of the most killed community of
#ShiaGenocide: Massacre in Quetta provides damning indictment of Pakistan government and army: HRW: NEW YORK: The Pakistani government’s persistent failure to protect the minority Shia Muslim community in Pakistan from sectarian attacks by Sunni [Deobandi] militant groups [Sipah Sahaba Taliban aka LeJ-ASWJ], is reprehensible and amounts to complicity in the barbaric slaughter
Statements by HRW, Amnesty and HRCP on Shia genocide in Pakistan (November 2012): Editor’s note: A number of leading human rights groups have issues statements urging Pakistani State and government to protect Shia Muslims. A couple of things are of note: 1. None of the statement clearly identifies the known and proud
Let’s jointly mourn all target killed Balochs, Shias and Settlers: Human rights violations in Balochistan: Compiled from various sources listed below Balochistan, with 9m out of Pakistan’s 180m people, covers 44% the country’s territory and contains its most valuable deposits of gas, copper, iron ore and oil. It has a new deepwater port, Gwadar,
HRCP study: Over 300 Shias killed by Takfiri terrorists in Pakistan during Jan-Aug 2012: According to an HRCP study, over 300 Shias have been killed by Takfiri Deobandi-Wahhabi terrorists on sectarian grounds across the country this year alone, with Quetta, Karachi, Gilgit-Baltistan and Parachinar the worst affected by the menace. “A total of
Persecuted by the persecuted: HRCP’s report on Balochistan’s Settler community: Related report: HRW Report 2010: Balochistan Militants Killing Teachers Based on The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan’s (HRCP) 2012 Report on Balochistan An HRCP mission had visited the province from May 15 to 19 in order to assess the
AHRC’s statement on Babusar massacre: Once again, men in military uniforms kill Shia Muslims in Pakistan: PAKISTAN: Once again, men in military uniforms kill Shia Muslims Saturday, 18 August 2012, Press Release: Asian Human Rights Commission FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AHRC-STM-165-2012 PAKISTAN: Men in uniforms of the armed forces went on a rampage of sectarian violence
Pakistan: Killings of Shias continue unabated under the very nose of military – Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) statement: Note: While the mainstream media and rights organizations in Pakistan have been silent on the ongoing Shia Genocide in Pakistan, LUBP welcomes and commends the report by Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) that presents the real condition of Shias
We commend HRCP’s bold statement on Shia genocide in Pakistan: LUBP commends Zohra Yusuf and her team at Human Rights Commmission of Pakistan (HRCP) on issuing a bold statement on the ongoing Shia genocide in Pakistan. The HRCP’s statement not only highlights State’s failure to protect Shias but also
Vague HRCP statement fails to address ongoing Shia Genocide – by Anwar Changezi: While the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) is held in high esteem by those who stand for human rights and condemn its violations, both within and outside Pakistan, it is very unfortunate that a towering organization with considerable
Baloch activists condemn misrepresenting report by HRCP: Related post: HRCP’s dark humour on Shia massacre in Kohistan VFBMP condemns the report of HRCP, figures listed are not accurate – Abdul Qadeer Baloch Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VFBMP) has condemned the misrepresenting report of Human Rights
Pakistan army’s gift to visiting Iranian President: 49 Shia Muslims slaughtered in Parachinar: Related posts: Graphic pictures of Shia Muslims’ massacre in Parachinar on 17 Feb 2012 Who will speak for Qaisar Hussain? – by Maisam Ali Previously we have highlighted how Pakistan army is enabling further Shia massacres in Pakistan by
Editorial – The Express Tribune: An endangered minority: Given the scope of problems facing the people of Balochistan, from a security establishment that abducts at will anyone it considers a threat to chronic underdevelopment, the plight of the Hindu community in the province has not been given
You don’t have the right to keep misrepresenting Shia massacres in Pakistan: A comment on HRCP 2010 Report: Source: Pakistan Blogzine Related posts: LUBP: Intellectual dishonesty in misrepresenting Shia massacres in Pakistan Ahmadiyya Times: Activists slam rights organization statement as ’very weak,’ lacking integrity Today, the first thing I received on Twitter was the following message from
A comment on AHRC’s statement on Balochistan – by Laibaah: Cross posted from Pakistan Blogzine Asian Human Rights Commission has issued a comprehensive statement on the state of Baloch genocide in Pakistan which is currently being carried out by Pakistan army, its various sub-organizations and agencies (FC, ISI, MI
Hamid Mir, Shia Hazaras do NOT need your crocodile tears! – by Laibaah: Related posts: Pakistani Shias and other rights activists protest the misrepresentation of Shia massacres by Human Rights Cartel Intellectual dishonesty in misrepresenting Shia massacres in Pakistan For the last few days, we have seen a new trend in Pakistani
Pakistani Shias and other rights activists protest the misrepresentation of Shia massacres by Human Rights Cartel: Pakistan’s Shia, Hazara and other volunteer human rights activists reject Amnesty, HRW and HRCP’s biased and misleading reports and statements on the systematic and ongoing Shia massacres in Pakistan. Volunteer rights activists are deeply offended by the deliberate attempts
Amnesty’s statement masks Deep State’s role in Shia massacres in Pakistan: Cross-posted from: Pakistan Blogzine It was amusing as well as educating to see how some urban (seemingly) liberal Pakistani tweeps and media persons uncritically recycled and reported the Amnesty and HRCP’s recent statements on the systematic and ongoing Shia
Activists slam rights organization statement as ’very weak,’ lacking integrity – by Ahmadiyya Times: Related posts: Bold statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission on Shia massacres in Pakistan under the patronage by Pakistan army An open letter to Kenneth Roth, Executive Director of HRW: A call for help from Pakistan Ahmadiyya Times
Pakistani Shias, rights activists reject HRCP’s statement on Shia killings in Pakistan: Source: Pakistan Blogzine Related posts: Intellectual dishonesty in misrepresenting Shia massacres in Pakistan Laibaah, the liberal fascist, must refrain from attacking human rights defenders   A humble request to Mustafa Qadri (Amnesty) and Ali Dayan Hasan (HRW) Petition: Silence of
Kainat Soomro: Lost her brother pursuing gang rapists- by Rabia Ali: Source: The News, 26 June 2010 The family of the gang-rape victim Kainat Soomro had to suffer another loss on Saturday as they found the body of Kainat’s elder brother, who had been pursuing his sister’s case in courts,
647 women killed in the name of ‘honour’ last year: HRCP report: * HRCP report says 3,021 people killed, 7,334 injured across country * 1,668 suicide cases reported ISLAMABAD: The 2009 report of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) released on Monday revealed that there was a sharp surge in
5 Ahmadis detained without proof of blasphemy: HRCP: Stop persecution of minorities in Pakistan. Amend the blasphemy law, a blunt tool to kill in the hands of extremist Islamists in Pakistan 5 Ahmadis detained without proof of blasphemy: HRCP * Report says relative of local MNA, elements