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U.S. places Pakistan on watch list for religious freedom violations

President Trump here has reversed a great wrong. Back in 2012, Barack Obama removed the sections covering religious freedom from the State Department’s Country Reports on Human Rights. It is clear now why he did it: he wanted to coddle and give aid to Islamic regimes that brutally oppressed and persecuted their non-Muslim populations, without having to deal with blowback based on real data documenting that persecution.

But President Trump has put a stop to all that, and for that, he deserves the gratitude of the oppressed, and of all free people.

“U.S. places Pakistan on watch list for religious freedom violations,” Reuters, January 4, 2018:

WASHINGTON, Jan 4 (Reuters) – The U.S. State Department has placed Pakistan on a special watch list for “severe violations of religious freedom,” it said on Thursday, days after the White House said Islamabad would have to do more to combat terrorism to receive U.S. aid.

The State Department also said it had re-designated 10 other nations as “countries of particular concern” under the International Religious Freedom Act for having engaged in or tolerated egregious violations of religious freedom.

The re-designated countries were China, Eritrea, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. They were re-designated on Dec. 22.

“The protection of religious freedom is vital to peace, stability, and prosperity,” the department said in a statement. “These designations are aimed at improving the respect for religious freedom in these countries.”…

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