Pakistani Islamic leader Khadim Hussain Rizvi crosses limit, targets non-Muslims (video)

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Khadim Hussain Rizvi is a man whom many won’t know outside of Pakistan but he is a powerful voice and represents Muslim majoritarian mindset.

When Sindh was contemplating a Bill to protect forced conversion he was the first one to jump on the protest wagon. He is also a supporter of blasphemy laws and had told the Kafirs or non-Muslims many times to stay in their ‘limits.’

Khadim Hussain Rizvi was making this latest outrageous comment after Nawaz Sharif went to the Holi program and where he had said that forced conversion is not allowed in Islam and that Islam teaches brotherhood and tolerance towards everyone. Rizvi is unhappy with the Nawaz’s statement and it was for the Hindus that his comment was directed at and he said that Allah had already decided who would go to jannat and who will have to face the hellfire. He also said that keeping good ties with Hindus is equal to going to latrine and sniffing Kasturi/musk there.

Khadim Hussain Rizvi making the hate speech:

At one time Khadim Hussain Rizvi had even said that “Pakistan was not made for Ahmadis, Christians, Jews or Buddhists.”

While Pakistan is busy getting ‘blasphemous’ content banned from Facebook, will it do anything to remove such blasphemous content against the non-Muslims? Due to constant persecution, many Pakistani Hindus have been forced to migrate to India.

Do Hindus have any future in Pakistan?

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