UN Watch NGO’s Anti-Islam Agenda Exposed After Targeting PM Imran

Federal ministers have lashed out at the Israel-funded NGO ‘UN Watch’ over its direct attacks on Prime Minister Imran Khan for raising voice against Islamophobic activities in Europe.

Last month, Prime Minister Khan strongly condemned the republication of blasphemous caricatures in France. In a letter to the Muslim countries, PM Khan had called for a collective strategy against the growing Islamophobia in non-Muslim states, especially Western states causing increasing concern amongst Muslims the world over.

This is followed by a November 5 statement, in which he said, “Blasphemy in the garb of freedom of expression is intolerable.”


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Israel’s lobby NGO quoted his statement and tweeted:

Your presence on the U.N. Human Rights Council is intolerable.

The NGO also wrote to the UN Human Rights Council, disputing Khan’s remarks on Islamabaphobia and launched vicious attacks on him.

Indian newspapers, already supporting such NGOs, were quick to draw headlines out of it. Federal ministers were quick to respond to the pro-Israel lobby.

Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari, while speaking at a private news channel, said that the NGO’s direct attacks on the prime minister are intolerable.

UN Watch is a private NGO which is funded by Israel. The organization has become a tool of Israel and has nothing to do with the United Nations.


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Mazari said Prime Minister Khan’s statement on blasphemous caricatures was noted across the world, including Muslim countries, which is why it elicited a reaction.

The prime minister’s statement carries weight and for the first time, such a strong stance was taken.

Earlier, in a series of tweets, she also exposed the so-called international NGO and its connections with Israel.

Meanwhile, Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Zaidi questioned UN Watch’s bias against Muslims and its criminal silence over the killings of thousands of Muslims in Palestine, Kashmir, and the Middle East.

The PM’s Special Assistant on Overseas Pakistanis, Zulfi Bukhari, also reacted strongly.

Notably, a rise of Islamophobic and blasphemous activities in France under the government shelter and guise of ‘free speech’ has drawn worldwide criticism. Muslim and non-Muslim leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, have said that freedom of speech stops where hate speech begins.



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