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Pakistan Activist Who Stood For Hindu Kidnapping Victims Goes Missing In Sindh


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Amar Fiaz, Sind human rights activist who has been abducted this month

Human rights activist Amar Fayaz is a chairman of the Sindh Human Rights Organization in Sindh Pakistan. He has been organizing demonstrations on behalf of kidnapped Hindu girls in Pakistan.  We are now hearing reports that he has been abducted by unknown persons.  His disappearance comes on the eve of yet another demonstration he was supposed to organize under the auspices of the Sindh Human Rights Organization on behalf of the nine Hindu girls kidnapped by Muslims in Pakistan this month (read here).  It is likely that Mr. Fayaz has been abducted by Islamist within Pakistan.  This situation comes with some irony since Amar was a leading voice in the #bringbackourboys campaign (see here), an initiative to try to get United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, to take notice of the forced disappearances of young Sindh activists who opposed the Islamist state of Pakistan.  Amar Fayaz has done much for the Hindus of Pakistan and now it is time we return the favor.  We must do all in our power to place sanctions on the Islamic state of Pakistan until they repeal their Islamic constitution and put an end to kidnappings and abductions of minorities and human rights activists.  If you have have any information on the whereabouts of Amar Fayaz, please contact us.  info@justiceforhindus.org

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