The World Free of All Discriminations


The World Free of All Discriminations

In the world, we see lot of discrimination with minority communities/fellows on the basis of religion, cast, colour, creed, tribe, language, gender, etc

Can we speak out to remove all discrimination from our societies?


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How can we remove Religious Discriminations from the World?

Started by Nisar Masih. Last reply by Alupo Solome Topistar Jan 26, 2012. 3 Replies

Dear friendsI am please to add this discussion to get your inputs to remove religious discrimination from the world.Your worthy opinions will help us to make this world free of discrimination. In…Continue

Right to be Free from Discrimination on any Ground

Started by Majida Jabeen. Last reply by Majida Jabeen May 24, 2011. 1 Reply

  Every woman, man, youth and child has the human right to freedom from discrimination based on gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or any other status, and to other fundamental human rights…Continue

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Comment by Mahvish Naeem on April 14, 2012 at 4:21am

Humans are born free. Freedom is every human's right without any discrimination on the basis of ethnic backgrounds...Freedom is need of the time...

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Comment by Nisar Masih on November 3, 2011 at 4:58am

Hi Vandana

Thanks for joining my group, Your perception is appreciated.

Please share your ideas of no discrimination with this group.


Comment by Nisar Masih on July 5, 2011 at 4:26am

No matter how sophisticated you may be, a large granite mountain cannot be denied - it speaks in silence to the very core of your being.

- Ansel Adams -

Comment by Nisar Masih on May 26, 2011 at 6:50am
Comment by Nisar Masih on May 26, 2011 at 6:47am

By Worthy News Asia Service

ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (Worthy News)-- Suspected Muslim militants with links to the terror groups Al Qaeda and the Taliban attacked a historic church in northwestern Pakistan and burned Bibles and other Christian books, but police are reluctant to investigate the case and detain suspects, Christians said Tuesday, May 26.

The destruction of the St. George Grecian Church was discovered by workers renovating the building, said the church's pastor Ijaz Masih in a statement distributed by rights group International Christian Concern (ICC).

Masih said that shortly after he presided over a Sunday service, workers “were shocked when they arrived” in the morning of May 12, “and found the church's cross broken in pieces, the altar demolished and partially burned, Bibles and hymnbooks burned and torn apart, and the pews reduced to ashes.”

He said attackers also ransacked bathrooms and cemented over a plaque inscribed with the names of the donors responsible for the original construction of the building.

ICC quoted local Christians as saying they were “astounded” that the attackers could sneak into the church and vandalize it without being noticed by anyone in the neighborhood. “They are especially concerned because the church is located within a military zone and thus is considered to be in a very secure location.”

Ijaz said he had started as the pastor of St. George Church two years ago, and that the Christians in Bannu Cantt had been living peacefully with their Muslim neighbors. He believes the attack was carried out by “radical Muslims linked to the Taliban or Al Qaeda with the goal of provoking a clash between local Christians and Muslims.”

A Christian advocacy group in Pakistan, the Center for Legal Aid, Assistance, and Settlement (CLAAS), said that although police have registered the attack, “they are not investigating it as they would if the attack had been on a mosque.” There was no immediate comment from police, although the government has pledged to crackdown on Islamic extremists.

ICC Advocacy Director Jeremy Sewall told Worthy News in a statement that his group has urged Christians to "Please pray for the members of St. George, that God would give them courage in the midst of this frightening situation.”

Sewall said the attack comes amid concerns that that “Muslim radicals continue to operate with impunity in Pakistan," despite a recent military offensive against Taliban militant positions in areas such as the Swat Valley in North-West Frontier Province (NWFP), some 160 kilometers (100 miles) from Islamabad, the capital.

Comment by Nisar Masih on May 26, 2011 at 6:44am
Suspected Islamic Militants Attack Pastor and Family; Son Injured
Tuesday, May 24, 2011 (10:40 am)

ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (Worthy News)-- Christians in Pakistan remained concerned Monday, May 23, over the situation of Pastor Paul Ashraf and his family after they reportedly narrowly survived a drive by shooting by suspected Islamic militants in Punjab province, seriously injuring their eldest son.

"Pastor Ashraf was in a van with his wife, Rubina Ashraf, and eldest son Sarfraz Ashraf, on April 27 when two unidentified men on a motorbike opened fire" on their car, said the Centre for Legal Aid, Assistance and Settlement (CLAAS), an advocacy group closely following the case.

"Pastor Ashraf and Rubina were unharmed but Sarfraz" who drove the vechicle, "was shot in the side and face. The masked gunmen fled from the scene when they saw that Sarfraz had been seriously injured," CLAAS explained.

"Miraculously, he survived the shot to the face and was released from MAYO Hospital after just one day," CLAAS told Worthy News.


There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the violence. However, CLAAS said, the attack followed threatening letters and phone calls Pastor Ashraf received from the radical Islamic organisation Tehreek-e-Gazi Bin Shaheed.

Pastor Ashraf leads two large congregations in the towns of Kashmore and Sadiq Abad, CLAAS explained. Additionally he is a noted Christian writer and poet who with his wife runs a flourishing free high school for children of Christian families in Lahore city, Christians said.

"The threats had put the family on high alert, but there are even greater concerns for their safety now that they have come under direct attack," CLAAS added in a statement.

The organization said it had accompanied the family when they went to register what is known as a 'First Information Report' against the unknown assailants with local police. CLAAS also handed over a mobile phone to police which was found at the scene of the attack, investigators said.


It said Pakistani Christians had urged prayers. "Please pray for us as we support Pastor Ashraf and his family in their legal case, and please pray that God will protect them from further harm," the group said.

There has been growing concerns about Islamic attacks against minority Christians in Pakistan following the March assassination of the cabinet's only Christian minister, Shahbaz Bhatti.

In leaflets left at the scene at the time, terror group al-Qaida and the Pakistani Taliban Movement in Punjab province claimed responsibility. They blamed the government for putting Bhatti, an "infidel Christian," in charge of an unspecified committee, apparently in reference to his support for changing the blasphemy laws under which Christians have been jailed and threatened with execution, Worthy News reported at the time.
Comment by Majida Jabeen on May 26, 2011 at 2:52am

If you want to change the world, change the metaphor.

- Joseph Campbell

Comment by Majida Jabeen on May 25, 2011 at 6:47am
There's an analog for this in life, where disparate events, spread across years, come together to reveal the path forward. It goes by a nicer name, though: serendipity.
- Robert Lan
Comment by Nisar Masih on May 21, 2011 at 8:21am
Learning without reflection is a waste, reflection without learning is dangerous.

- Confucius

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