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Who Should the Sindhis side with: the MQM or Pakistani Rangers?

The Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM)     The MQM started as a student group called the All Pakistan Muhajir Student Organization, founded on June 11, 1978 by Altaf Hussain at Karachi University. At first, the MQM only represented the Muhajir, Muslims who migrated from India, but, in order to gain more followers, it started welcoming Read more about Who Should the Sindhis side with: the MQM or Pakistani Rangers?[…]

Protecting Girls: Global Efforts to End Child Marriage

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Hearing, 09/14/16 Child marriage, despite being a widespread and global crisis with a multitude of implications for quality of life, is an often overlooked issue. Today, there are approximately 250 million women who were married before the age of fifteen, with approximately 15 million girls being married annually. Child marriage influences Read more about Protecting Girls: Global Efforts to End Child Marriage[…]

Peace through Entrepreneurship at the Brooking’s Institute

Steven Koltai’s moving presentation on Peace through Entrepreneurship at the Brookings Institution raised several compelling points on how the U.S. can utilize investment in entrepreneurship as an avenue toward stability. He proposed a shift, a reorientation of U.S. foreign policy and funding from unregulated aid to developing countries, to entrepreneurship as a tool of empowerment Read more about Peace through Entrepreneurship at the Brooking’s Institute[…]

SAPAC ATTENDS CONGRESSIONAL HEARING: PAKISTAN: CHALLENGES FOR U.S. INTERESTS

           The United States’ relationship with Pakistan has been complex and transactional to date. Things have drastically changed since 9/11 and have since been in a tumultuous state. Although they have been a strategic and invaluable ally in the War against Terror, they have also been selectively cooperative considering the copious Read more about SAPAC ATTENDS CONGRESSIONAL HEARING: PAKISTAN: CHALLENGES FOR U.S. INTERESTS[…]

SAPAC Demands Justice for Girls Victim of Forced Conversion

The Story of Anjali Kumari Meghwar, a 12-year-old Hindu girl from Mustafa Abad Mohalla, who was forcibly converted to Islam and married off to a Muslim man is emblematic of the abuses endured by Sindhi Hindus in Pakistan. SAPAC demands that the perpetrators of these vile crimes against children of religious minorities be arrested and Read more about SAPAC Demands Justice for Girls Victim of Forced Conversion[…]

Support SAPAC efforts against the Plight of Sindhi Hindus in Pakistan

August 13th, 2012 The Sindhi American Political Action Committee (SAPAC) has taken serious notice of the current conspiracies against Sindhi Hindus in Pakistan.The situation has worsen further, thousands of Sindhi Hindus are migrating from Pakistan to India. The lives of Sindhi Hindus are in danger, worship places are being converted into toilets and garages and Read more about Support SAPAC efforts against the Plight of Sindhi Hindus in Pakistan[…]