Connections between these agents and elected officials warrant deeper investigation.
A New Jersey nonprofit named Al-Kauser is the U.S. proxy for a foundation that pays the families of Shiite martyrs in Pakistan.
Nadeem did not expect that the living arrangement would result in a blasphemy accusation costing him years of his life and heavy emotional and financial stress.
Pakistan's desire to enforce blasphemy laws in the West contradict its treatment of religious minorities at home.
However, if Pakistan will take such great lengths to “protect” Islam and its Muslim citizens, it should also seek to protect oppressed Muslims abroad.
COVID-19 severely impacted Pakistan's minorities, but the government's response only compounded their problems.