Pakistan: ISIS claims responsibility for killing Sikh in Peshawar

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The Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the killing of a Sikh community member in Peshawar, Pakistan earlier this week.

Islamabad, Pakistan): There are constant attacks on minorities in Pakistan. In the latest such incident, a Sikh was brutally murdered in Peshawar last week.

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The Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the killing of a Sikh community member in Peshawar, Pakistan earlier this week.

Islamic State in a statement (Isis) said on Friday that members of IS (Daesh) shot dead Satnam Singh. Hakim (doctor) Satnam Singh was inside his clinic in Peshawar on Thursday when he was shot dead.

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This incident is another example of the pathetic condition of religious minorities in Pakistan.

Religious minorities are facing brutal repression of their rights. They regularly become targets of large-scale violence.

Religious minorities remain an easy target of non-state actors and religiously motivated extremists.

Meanwhile, the dogmatism of state policies has failed to revive the judicial system and the rule of law.

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Pakistan has on several occasions promised to protect the interests of minority communities in the nation. However, the massive attacks on minorities tell a different story.

First published:October 3, 2021, 3:42 PM

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