Pakistan s resolution against Islamophobia in the United Nations was approved by majority votePakistan s resolution against Islamophobia in the United Nations was approved by majority vote
Pakistan s resolution against Islamophobia in the United Nations was approved by majority vote

In a significant development at the United Nations General Assembly, Pakistan’s resolution addressing Islamophobia and violence against Muslims received majority approval. According to reports from foreign media sources, the resolution, spearheaded by Pakistan, garnered 115 votes in favor, with 44 member states abstaining from the voting process.

Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Munir Akram, underscored the critical importance of appointing a special representative on Islamophobia and implementing measures to combat its prevalence. The resolution highlights the ongoing discrimination faced by Muslims worldwide despite the acknowledgment of Islamophobia’s existence.

Munir Akram remarked that Islamophobia, stemming from deep-seated fears and prejudices, has persisted since the inception of Islam, with its rapid escalation following the tragic events of September 11, 2001, in New York and Washington. This resolution, widely celebrated on a global scale, aims to address these pressing issues and foster greater understanding and tolerance.

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