Pakistan raises increasing Islamophobia at the UN

An international Human Fraternity day was observed on Thursday via online platform in which Pakistan reiterated its commitment to improving religious patience, understanding and cooperation at home.

The event was the first-ever digital meeting on the International Day, held on Thursday at the United Nations.

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Aamir Khan, Pakistan Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ambassador said “A recent manifestation of this commitment is the opening of Kartarpur Corridor, the world’s largest Gurdwara, allowing easy access to our Sikh brothers from the neighborhood and all across the world,”.

He continued that “It is in our enlightened interest to respect each other’s religions, avoid denigration of religious symbols and personalities, eliminate religious discrimination, and combat incitement to violence, including its contemporary manifestation Islamophobia.”

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