The series ends by Rushdi tearing up an offer letter he receives from Pakistan to undertake his undergraduate studies, sending a message to Palestinians that they should not leave their country despite the difficult conditions of living under occupation.
For example, Muslim communities in France and Germany have accepted the shutdown of mosques with no strong resistance, but the same restrictions generated an internal controversy within Muslim groups in the UK and have been strongly opposed in Iran and Pakistan.
The demographic puzzle of two Muslim majority nations (Pakistan and Bangladesh) neighboring India has played a part in the continuous fudging of numbers of the actual figure of Muslims in the nation (official government estimates of 200 million could easily be much larger due to poor rural and urban households either underrepresented or ignored).
As a response to New Delhi’s move, Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic relations with India, expelled India’s envoy to Pakistan, suspended trade with India and asked the UNSC to hold an emergency session to address India's "illegal actions".
Relations with Pakistan likewise continue to remain strong and within this context Islamabad has formally invited Turkey to participate in projects related to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor which aims at expanding Pacific to Afro-Mediterranean trading routes.
As someone who carries Kashmiri heritage and visits the family home in Pakistani Occupied Kashmir (POK) almost every summer – the most recent attacks have been heart breaking and concerning to say the least.
The OFAC relied on an Executive Order which was signed by President Trump to mainly target individuals from different countries, such as Pakistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan, Serbia and so on.
Underlining the respect he had for President Erdogan, Anwar stated: “From Pakistan to India – whether you agree with him or not – Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the only leader that is speaking out for the Muslim world.
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In many of the countries with large Muslim population including Pakistan, Turkey and Indonesia, protests have been continuing ever since the US move against Palestinians.
The indications of this disturbance have been visible especially in the “axis shift” rhetoric, which has been employed in several instances, including the times during President Turgut Özal’s efforts to establish an Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) with Iran and Pakistan as an extension of his multidimensional foreign policy.