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    India elected to UN Human Rights Council for 3 years, gets highest number of votes

    India was elected with the highest number of votes by the General Assembly to the influential Human Rights Council on Friday with a pledge to combat intolerance.

    India received 188 votes, the highest polled by any of the 18 countries elected in the voting.

    This is the fifth time India is elected to the Geneva-based Council, the main body of the UN charged with promoting and monitoring human rights.

    India’s presence on the Council will be important because the previous UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Raad Al Hussein asked the body to facilitate an international commission of inquiry into allegations of human rights violation in Kashmir.

    His successor Michelle Bachelet and Secretary-General Antonio Guterres have backed Zeid’s recommendation, which Pakistan -- a member of the Council -- is campaigning for.

    So far, no other country has backed Zeid’s call for the investigation.

    Bangladesh, which is at the frontlines of dealing with the Rohingya crisis, was also elected with 178 votes to the Council to fill one of the five vacancies for three year terms from the Asia-Pacific region.

    The regional group endorsed five countries, which matched the number of seats open for election this year, and they were the only countries on the ballot. The other regional candidates were Bahrain, Fiji and the Philippines.

    Thirteen other countries representing the other four regions were also elected to the Council.

    In January India will join China and Nepal, besides Pakistan, which were elected to the 47-member Council in previous years to serve three-year terms.

    When it nominated itself for the Council, India showcased its position as “the world’s largest democracy (and) India’s secular polity.”

    It pledged that it will continue to support international efforts to combat racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance.

    In the nomination pledge, India also presented a broader approach to human rights, emphasising climate justice, health and poverty alleviation.

    India was among the first batch of 47 countries elected to the Council in 2006 soon after it was set up and received an initial one-year term instead of three to facilitate a rotating roster of vacancies each year.

    It was again elected in 2007, 2011 and 2014 to three-year-terms.

    Countries can be elected for only two consecutive terms and India took a year’s break when its term ended in 2017.

    Elections were held by secret ballot in the 193-member General Assembly on Friday, although the number of candidates for all the five regions matched the vacancies making it a formality.

    On the 47-member Council the seats are allocated based on “equitable regional distribution” giving the Asia-Pacific region a total of 13 seats, with some coming up for election every year.

    The African region also has 13 seats, while East European region has six, West European and others seven, and Latin American and Caribbean eight.

    The United States withdrew from the Council earlier this year after its Permanent Representative Nikki Haley questioned its legitimacy because of the presence of several dictatorial regimes violating human rights on it.

    Link: https://www.hindustantimes.com/india...W52qxP4VK.html


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    Is this an April fools joke?

    India has a terrible human rights record, a nation which uses it's soldiers to rape, torture, injure protestors cannot surely be taken seriously on any council which aims to further human rights.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    Is this an April fools joke?

    India has a terrible human rights record, a nation which uses it's soldiers to rape, torture, injure protestors cannot surely be taken seriously on any council which aims to further human rights.
    Then how exactly India got the highest number of votes by those 18 countries?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Then how exactly India got the highest number of votes by those 18 countries?
    Political reasons which does not take away the continous abuses being carried out. Maybe India will look at itself now and make a change but im not hopeful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    Is this an April fools joke?

    India has a terrible human rights record, a nation which uses it's soldiers to rape, torture, injure protestors cannot surely be taken seriously on any council which aims to further human rights.
    Thats the Pakistani point of view and Pakistan may have already voted againist India. But clearly the ROW thinks otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    Is this an April fools joke?

    India has a terrible human rights record, a nation which uses it's soldiers to rape, torture, injure protestors cannot surely be taken seriously on any council which aims to further human rights.
    While India no doubt has its human rights issues, it is an angel compared to Pakistan (which allows the US to kill its citizens using drones without any due process), Saudi Arabia (less said the better), Jordan (see Saudi Arabia), China (concentration camps with a million Muslims incarcerated), United Kingdom (ex-PM who lied to Parliament to start a war in which half a million died roams about free) etc. etc.
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    Well there goes the Oscar winning tears cried by Malik Nadeem to the rubbish bin ... When will Pakistan learn ? it is over, forget Kashmir, worry about fixing your country first then worry about Kashmir a 200 years after...


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    Just shows the reality of the so called Enlightened world and its hypocrisy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manager101 View Post
    Just shows the reality of the so called Enlightened world and its hypocrisy.
    Hypocrisy is inherent in our species. Be it Pakistan turning a blind eye to it's army's genocide in Balochistan, the world not caring about Uighars in China or the West ignoring Israel. Nothing new, nothing unheard of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackShadow View Post
    Hypocrisy is inherent in our species. Be it Pakistan turning a blind eye to it's army's genocide in Balochistan, the world not caring about Uighars in China or the West ignoring Israel. Nothing new, nothing unheard of.
    Which makes we Human beings disgraceful and all that talk of humanity is just smoke in the eyes of common masses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    Is this an April fools joke?

    India has a terrible human rights record, a nation which uses it's soldiers to rape, torture, injure protestors cannot surely be taken seriously on any council which aims to further human rights.
    If it was the US or UK elected instead, I'm sure you would have sat tight and said nothing.

    Because they give you and your family roti - kapda - makaan regardless of their global adventures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Then how exactly India got the highest number of votes by those 18 countries?
    Same reason why Saudi Arabia also gets on such councils

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    This is to be welcomed. A country that is a flag bearer of truth and non-violence deserves to be the leader of anything related to human rights.

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    This is embarrassing and highly undeserved.

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    Couldn't have been given to a better country to be honest. Its the highly reputed institutions like UN that have an eye for the real benevolent country, partly the reason why India is nominated with highest votes.

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    Why would a country that is openly violating human rights get a seat on the UN Human Rights Council? Nothing but politics. It's all a sham

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    Bangladesh, which is at the frontlines of dealing with the Rohingya crisis, was also elected with 178 votes to the Council to fill one of the five vacancies for three year terms from the Asia-Pacific region.

    This is also in the article. Of the 47 countries most (if not all) commit human rights violations on various scales. This is just some circus council as is mostly the case with the UN related matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varun View Post
    If it was the US or UK elected instead, I'm sure you would have sat tight and said nothing.

    Because they give you and your family roti - kapda - makaan regardless of their global adventures.
    I dont know if you have ever left your village in India but the world doesn't work this way. Nobody gives you anything, you have to earn it. In the UK we have millions who object to crimes of the nation which then forces change. Indian like yourself support the atrocities of your government and when someone bring this up you become apologists or try to divert from the topic.

    Do you condemn the rapes and murders of your army? Yes or No?


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    I dont know if you have ever left your village in India but the world doesn't work this way. Nobody gives you anything, you have to earn it. In the UK we have millions who object to crimes of the nation which then forces change. Indian like yourself support the atrocities of your government and when someone bring this up you become apologists or try to divert from the topic.

    Do you condemn the rapes and murders of your army? Yes or No?
    Before you go around asking these questions, a good first step would be to substantiate your claims. Last time Pakistan accused India of using chemical weapons in Kashmir only to be caught lying again.

    - Indian army isn't murdering anyone. The target are always militants, and those stupid enough to interfere will risk their lives. Not army's fault.

    - 26 years ago, some criminals within the army did rape 30 women, but if you associate that with Indian army, then that would be like calling Pakistani army the biggest raping institution known to mankind. Millions of women fell victim to Pakistan army in Bangladesh and now they are continuing the legacy in Balochistan.

    Still, we admit that mistakes have been made by the armymen, and India is the only country in South Asia where all this is exposed and accepted by Indians themselves. Compare this to Pakistan, committing far graver sins and living in denial even to date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackShadow View Post
    Before you go around asking these questions, a good first step would be to substantiate your claims. Last time Pakistan accused India of using chemical weapons in Kashmir only to be caught lying again.

    - Indian army isn't murdering anyone. The target are always militants, and those stupid enough to interfere will risk their lives. Not army's fault.

    - 26 years ago, some criminals within the army did rape 30 women, but if you associate that with Indian army, then that would be like calling Pakistani army the biggest raping institution known to mankind. Millions of women fell victim to Pakistan army in Bangladesh and now they are continuing the legacy in Balochistan.

    Still, we admit that mistakes have been made by the armymen, and India is the only country in South Asia where all this is exposed and accepted by Indians themselves. Compare this to Pakistan, committing far graver sins and living in denial even to date.
    There are many threads on Pakistan, stick to India.

    I am more than happy to substantiate the rapes and murders, we can do this one at a time? Please make sure you respond to each case and confirm if you condemn what your heroic soldiers have done or confirm you deny it?

    1. Nasir Shafi reported to be between 11-14 years old found killed riddled with pellet wounds. Was he a militant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackShadow View Post
    Before you go around asking these questions, a good first step would be to substantiate your claims. Last time Pakistan accused India of using chemical weapons in Kashmir only to be caught lying again.

    - Indian army isn't murdering anyone. The target are always militants, and those stupid enough to interfere will risk their lives. Not army's fault.

    - 26 years ago, some criminals within the army did rape 30 women, but if you associate that with Indian army, then that would be like calling Pakistani army the biggest raping institution known to mankind. Millions of women fell victim to Pakistan army in Bangladesh and now they are continuing the legacy in Balochistan.

    Still, we admit that mistakes have been made by the armymen, and India is the only country in South Asia where all this is exposed and accepted by Indians themselves. Compare this to Pakistan, committing far graver sins and living in denial even to date.
    Denial? Just because you admited and continue to kill innocent doesn’t make it okay.

    Stop trying to paint a pretty pic of Indian occupying forces in Kashmir who actively kill and rape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    In the UK we have millions who object to crimes of the nation which then forces change. Indian like yourself support the atrocities of your government and when someone bring this up you become apologists or try to divert from the topic.
    The UK is the primary party responsible for the many issues that has consumed your existence, your father's and grandfather's. Take the current mess in Israel as one example - it was conjured by the British at the time, and these heroes are responsible for every atrocity that has ensued in the region since.

    Of course, the amount of crocodile tears you (including pa and grand) have shed over the issue is endless but guess what hotshot? No change has been forced. Zilch. Nada. And yet, if the UK was nominated to his panel on human rights you would welcome it with open arms. In spite of you and your BritPak brethren being among the bottom rungs of the societal ladder, and in spite of every new adventure that slaughters another few million people in this world. Why? Because you are happy to keep your eyes shut and accept your monthly paycheck paid in GBP with your tongue hanging out.

    In the end, it's all about the moolah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manager101 View Post
    Just shows the reality of the so called Enlightened world and its hypocrisy.
    Probably the shortest, yet most apt reply on this thread.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Varun View Post
    The UK is the primary party responsible for the many issues that has consumed your existence, your father's and grandfather's. Take the current mess in Israel as one example - it was conjured by the British at the time, and these heroes are responsible for every atrocity that has ensued in the region since.

    Of course, the amount of crocodile tears you (including pa and grand) have shed over the issue is endless but guess what hotshot? No change has been forced. Zilch. Nada. And yet, if the UK was nominated to his panel on human rights you would welcome it with open arms. In spite of you and your BritPak brethren being among the bottom rungs of the societal ladder, and in spite of every new adventure that slaughters another few million people in this world. Why? Because you are happy to keep your eyes shut and accept your monthly paycheck paid in GBP with your tongue hanging out.

    In the end, it's all about the moolah.
    You can use all the abusive tone you like, but fact remains that 90% of your countrymen would gladly swap places with the BritPaks on the bottom rung of the ladder in the UK. Feed your starving masses before taking a haughty tone to others living in the developed world.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    I dont know if you have ever left your village in India but the world doesn't work this way. Nobody gives you anything, you have to earn it. In the UK we have millions who object to crimes of the nation which then forces change. Indian like yourself support the atrocities of your government and when someone bring this up you become apologists or try to divert from the topic.

    Do you condemn the rapes and murders of your army? Yes or No?
    UK talks about crimes? The irony makes a musical somewhere in Africa when that happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varun View Post
    The UK is the primary party responsible for the many issues that has consumed your existence, your father's and grandfather's. Take the current mess in Israel as one example - it was conjured by the British at the time, and these heroes are responsible for every atrocity that has ensued in the region since.

    Of course, the amount of crocodile tears you (including pa and grand) have shed over the issue is endless but guess what hotshot? No change has been forced. Zilch. Nada. And yet, if the UK was nominated to his panel on human rights you would welcome it with open arms. In spite of you and your BritPak brethren being among the bottom rungs of the societal ladder, and in spite of every new adventure that slaughters another few million people in this world. Why? Because you are happy to keep your eyes shut and accept your monthly paycheck paid in GBP with your tongue hanging out.

    In the end, it's all about the moolah.
    This British may also have faults when it comes to Kashmir but this doesn't justify Indian soldiers raping schoolgirls and murdering young boys. Do you condemn this or not?

    You really dont know much about the UK, its because of protests the UK hasn't become involved in wars. The British people including whites, blacks, those from Pakistani and even Indian backgrounds are nothing like the people of India. Here it's not shameful to accept crimes against humanity which your nation has been involved in. People here on the whole are disgusted when a British soldier tortures or murders people, there are protests against even the threat of bombing people. Yet in India the people seem to enjoy the barbarity of their army, esp the radical Hindu right who imo would like it be much worse. It's about time Indians accept Muslims ruled you, they came in small numbers and took over and then the British did the same. One day Kashmiri;s will be free from Indian state terrorism too.


    There are plenty of Indians at the bottom of the pile here in the UK, you should visit Southall if you ever get the chance. But this has no effect on me as im very well in the UK. I also dont visit forums with mainly Indians which I may hate. Another interesting trait of Indian people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaDed View Post
    UK talks about crimes? The irony makes a musical somewhere in Africa when that happens.
    I condemn any crime by the UK government,armed forces or those by Pakistan. But you dont condemn the crimes of your army in Kashmir, on the contrary you support them. This is the key difference.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt. Rishwat View Post
    You can use all the abusive tone you like, but fact remains that 90% of your countrymen would gladly swap places with the BritPaks on the bottom rung of the ladder in the UK. Feed your starving masses before taking a haughty tone to others living in the developed world.
    Fact remains? Where did you discover this gem from? Any survey, any citation? Or did this "fact" just occur to you when you woke up this morning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    This British may also have faults when it comes to Kashmir but this doesn't justify Indian soldiers raping schoolgirls and murdering young boys. Do you condemn this or not?

    You really dont know much about the UK, its because of protests the UK hasn't become involved in wars. The British people including whites, blacks, those from Pakistani and even Indian backgrounds are nothing like the people of India. Here it's not shameful to accept crimes against humanity which your nation has been involved in. People here on the whole are disgusted when a British soldier tortures or murders people, there are protests against even the threat of bombing people. Yet in India the people seem to enjoy the barbarity of their army, esp the radical Hindu right who imo would like it be much worse. It's about time Indians accept Muslims ruled you, they came in small numbers and took over and then the British did the same. One day Kashmiri;s will be free from Indian state terrorism too.


    There are plenty of Indians at the bottom of the pile here in the UK, you should visit Southall if you ever get the chance. But this has no effect on me as im very well in the UK. I also dont visit forums with mainly Indians which I may hate. Another interesting trait of Indian people.
    The muslims who came 1st conquered the territory which is Pakistan today. The brits too ruled over that territory. About time they accept that they are the ones who get conquered all the time and many lose their culture,religion etc to the comquerors.

    Pakistanis are near the bottom of the ladder in terms of per capita income in UK. Indians are near the top. So on avg Indians are doing far better than Pakistanis in UK.

    You represent a extremely miniscule minority in UK. UK has gone to war in Afghanistan Iraq and anywhere NATO takes them.

    The man responsible for death of 3mn bengalis in 1940s is a hero in UK. The british museum is full of artifacts looted from colonies.

    Btw what happened to the pakistanis who killed 100s of 1000s of Bangladeshis in 1971?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketjoshila View Post
    The muslims who came 1st conquered the territory which is Pakistan today. The brits too ruled over that territory. About time they accept that they are the ones who get conquered all the time and many lose their culture,religion etc to the comquerors.

    Pakistanis are near the bottom of the ladder in terms of per capita income in UK. Indians are near the top. So on avg Indians are doing far better than Pakistanis in UK.

    You represent a extremely miniscule minority in UK. UK has gone to war in Afghanistan Iraq and anywhere NATO takes them.

    The man responsible for death of 3mn bengalis in 1940s is a hero in UK. The british museum is full of artifacts looted from colonies.

    Btw what happened to the pakistanis who killed 100s of 1000s of Bangladeshis in 1971?
    Unlike you I dont care to defend Paksitanis or Brits at any given opportunity. Im fine, I frankly dont care if others who are from a similar background are at the bottom of anything. However Pakistani's in many areas are more successful than Indians in the UK. I dont know who my ancestors were but Im glad the Muslims came and I am now a Muslim, so it's great for me but not for the right wing Hindus.

    Again, either you all are slow or just ignoring my point.

    Brits , Pakistanis condem any wrong doings of their nation. Yet Indians seem to ignore it, justify it or are even happy such human rights violations have been taking place for decades.

    Ill ask the same question, I asked your friend which he hasn't responded to.


    1. Nasir Shafi reported to be between 11-14 years old found killed riddled with pellet wounds. Was he a militant?


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    Unlike you I dont care to defend Paksitanis or Brits at any given opportunity. Im fine, I frankly dont care if others who are from a similar background are at the bottom of anything. However Pakistani's in many areas are more successful than Indians in the UK. I dont know who my ancestors were but Im glad the Muslims came and I am now a Muslim, so it's great for me but not for the right wing Hindus.

    Again, either you all are slow or just ignoring my point.

    Brits , Pakistanis condem any wrong doings of their nation. Yet Indians seem to ignore it, justify it or are even happy such human rights violations have been taking place for decades.

    Ill ask the same question, I asked your friend which he hasn't responded to.


    1. Nasir Shafi reported to be between 11-14 years old found killed riddled with pellet wounds. Was he a militant?
    Every other day you are here claiming achievements of other nationals or races just because they share the same religious background as yours.

    You are glad your ancestors became muslims, i am glad mine fought to retain their religion.

    Brits or Pakistanis can condemn whatever they want. Its their issue. Indians will condemn what they want. Whats the issue here?

    Nasir Shafi was caught between the stone pelters attacking the forces and the forces pushing them back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt. Rishwat View Post
    You can use all the abusive tone you like, but fact remains that 90% of your countrymen would gladly swap places with the BritPaks on the bottom rung of the ladder in the UK. Feed your starving masses before taking a haughty tone to others living in the developed world.
    The basis of that fact is?

    Thing is that if my countryman migrates to UK he likely will have a better income than his Pakistani counterpart at the same level.

    Look at your own community struggling at the bottom rung of the economic ladder despite being in a developed country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketjoshila View Post
    The basis of that fact is?

    Thing is that if my countryman migrates to UK he likely will have a better income than his Pakistani counterpart at the same level.

    Look at your own community struggling at the bottom rung of the economic ladder despite being in a developed country.
    So what is your point? That Indian standard of life is better than those who live in the UK? Let's take the racist slant of your compatriot's bile out of the equation when we answer this question. The UK's bottom rung of society still lives a far better life than the starving masses of India, would you agree or disagree? Here there is health for all, free education, civil rights and clean and sanitary conditions to live and bring up a family in every city. Can you claim the same in India? Isn't that why millions of Indians emigrate to countries like the UK in search for a better life?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt. Rishwat View Post
    So what is your point? That Indian standard of life is better than those who live in the UK? Let's take the racist slant of your compatriot's bile out of the equation when we answer this question. The UK's bottom rung of society still lives a far better life than the starving masses of India, would you agree or disagree? Here there is health for all, free education, civil rights and clean and sanitary conditions to live and bring up a family in every city. Can you claim the same in India? Isn't that why millions of Indians emigrate to countries like the UK in search for a better life?
    Indians do not need things to be free to avail them. They are mostly among above average wage earners in most countries.

    If you want a comparision, compare Brit Pakistanis with Brit Indians. Or Indians with Pakistanis. Which you will not, for obvious reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketjoshila View Post
    Indians do not need things to be free to avail them. They are mostly among above average wage earners in most countries.

    If you want a comparision, compare Brit Pakistanis with Brit Indians. Or Indians with Pakistanis. Which you will not, for obvious reasons.
    I have no problem with comparing Brit Paks with Brit Indians, but why would I in relation to this topic? It was your compatriot who brought up the demeaning reference to Brit Paks being on the lowest rung of the ladder, but of course that sailed over your head because of your own anti-Pakistan bias, and you only had issue with my response.

    But of course, any neutral would agree with what I said, namely that most Indians would swap places with those Brit Pakistanis in a heartbeat. Most British Pakistanis are cash rich, even those on 'the bottom rung' of the ladder, they probably spend more on a few week's holiday to Pakistan than many Indians spend on a year to feed their families.


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    It still amazes me how the Indians flock here to defend their country/countrymen no matter what.
    I keep using that word "insecurity", but it reeks of it on some of these threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMMY69 View Post
    It still amazes me how the Indians flock here to defend their country/countrymen no matter what.
    I keep using that word "insecurity", but it reeks of it on some of these threads.
    Insecurity? You are right. Pakistani posts on this thread reeks of it.

    India got elected to the UNHCR and the insecurity of the pakistani posters here is for all to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt. Rishwat View Post
    I have no problem with comparing Brit Paks with Brit Indians, but why would I in relation to this topic? It was your compatriot who brought up the demeaning reference to Brit Paks being on the lowest rung of the ladder, but of course that sailed over your head because of your own anti-Pakistan bias, and you only had issue with my response.

    But of course, any neutral would agree with what I said, namely that most Indians would swap places with those Brit Pakistanis in a heartbeat. Most British Pakistanis are cash rich, even those on 'the bottom rung' of the ladder, they probably spend more on a few week's holiday to Pakistan than many Indians spend on a year to feed their families.
    It was your compatriot who brought in comments like "Indian Village" etc.

    May be its too hard for you guys to acce0t that the world mostly doesnot agree with the Pakistani view point on India.

    Why dont you provide a proper source for your claims in the 2nd paragraph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketjoshila View Post
    Insecurity? You are right. Pakistani posts on this thread reeks of it.

    India got elected to the UNHCR and the insecurity of the pakistani posters here is for all to see.
    My post was aimed at your reply to Capt. Rishwat and in turn his rely to you.
    It is the insecurity that makes you and others like you defend everything you perceive as anti Indian without even reading all the posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketjoshila View Post
    It was your compatriot who brought in comments like "Indian Village" etc.

    May be its too hard for you guys to acce0t that the world mostly doesnot agree with the Pakistani view point on India.

    Why dont you provide a proper source for your claims in the 2nd paragraph.
    The world may not. But you and every other Indian on this site certainly do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketjoshila View Post
    It was your compatriot who brought in comments like "Indian Village" etc.

    May be its too hard for you guys to acce0t that the world mostly doesnot agree with the Pakistani view point on India.

    Why dont you provide a proper source for your claims in the 2nd paragraph.
    No idea what the term "Indian village" was referring to, perhaps you can enlighten as to why you find it offensive and we can take it from there. My comment of 90% of Indians would swap places with Brit Paks was not meant to be taken literally, but if you are going to ask for statistical proof for every general remark, then I will ask you to prove your assertion that Pakistan posts on this thread reek of insecurity. Please can you provide a proper source to back up this assertion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketjoshila View Post
    Every other day you are here claiming achievements of other nationals or races just because they share the same religious background as yours.

    You are glad your ancestors became muslims, i am glad mine fought to retain their religion.

    Brits or Pakistanis can condemn whatever they want. Its their issue. Indians will condemn what they want. Whats the issue here?

    Nasir Shafi was caught between the stone pelters attacking the forces and the forces pushing them back.
    I dont claim they are my achievements, I just respect them. As a Muslim I would like Muslims to be succesful but if they are not, it's not really an issue for me.

    Nasir Shafi was 11 years old, his body was riddled with pellet wounds. Why did the police demand the body be handed over and he was killed by bears? Indian security forces tried to hide their murder?


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    I dont claim they are my achievements, I just respect them. As a Muslim I would like Muslims to be succesful but if they are not, it's not really an issue for me.

    Nasir Shafi was 11 years old, his body was riddled with pellet wounds. Why did the police demand the body be handed over and he was killed by bears? Indian security forces tried to hide their murder?
    In any unnatural death body has to be handed over to police for investigation.

    Its well known that Nasir Shafi was caught in a fight between security forces and stone pelter on a friday. Or are you rejecting this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketjoshila View Post
    In any unnatural death body has to be handed over to police for investigation.

    Its well known that Nasir Shafi was caught in a fight between security forces and stone pelter on a friday. Or are you rejecting this?
    Why did the police claim he was killed by bears?

    Yes I am, your heros murdered him in cold blood.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    Why did the police claim he was killed by bears?

    Yes I am, your heros murdered him in cold blood.
    1.Your source?

    2. Every news item said he was caught in that area where clashes were going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    I condemn any crime by the UK government,armed forces or those by Pakistan. But you dont condemn the crimes of your army in Kashmir, on the contrary you support them. This is the key difference.
    Please give link to the one where you have criticized Pakistani forces , I'm sure I can give you mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketjoshila View Post
    1.Your source?

    2. Every news item said he was caught in that area where clashes were going on.
    Statement by his father.

    Indian news sources are just like Indians, apologists for state terrorism. Let in human rights organistions but you dont for a very good reason, to hide crimes against humanity.

    Quote Originally Posted by JaDed View Post
    Please give link to the one where you have criticized Pakistani forces , I'm sure I can give you mine.
    lol.. Its your issue not mine. Use the search option.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadBall View Post
    Bangladesh, which is at the frontlines of dealing with the Rohingya crisis, was also elected with 178 votes to the Council to fill one of the five vacancies for three year terms from the Asia-Pacific region.

    This is also in the article. Of the 47 countries most (if not all) commit human rights violations on various scales. This is just some circus council as is mostly the case with the UN related matters.
    If you went searching for countries no human rights violations, you would probably have only Switzerland (which anyway stays out of international politics and will therefore not be a member of this Council) and maybe the Scandinavian countries.

    Getting 188 votes does show across the board support from other countries, however flawed India's record may be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    Statement by his father.

    Indian news sources are just like Indians, apologists for state terrorism. Let in human rights organistions but you dont for a very good reason, to hide crimes against humanity.



    lol.. Its your issue not mine. Use the search option.
    You dont believe my sources, i dont believe yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Then how exactly India got the highest number of votes by those 18 countries?
    Do you honestly believe a UN vote carries any level of moral integrity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napa View Post
    If you went searching for countries no human rights violations, you would probably have only Switzerland (which anyway stays out of international politics and will therefore not be a member of this Council) and maybe the Scandinavian countries.

    Getting 188 votes does show across the board support from other countries, however flawed India's record may be.
    I bet even Switzerland and the Nordic countries have indulged in some form of human rights violations over the years. It's just a circus of human rights violators patting each other on the back and laughing at the after parties at just how gullible the rest of humanity is.

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    Indian news media is much worse than the Chinese because at least the Chinese admit they have camps but Indians believe they their heroic soldiers have never done any wrong in Kashmir and 11 year old children throwing stones against their oppressers are terrorists. Indians also unlike the Chinese population enjoy the deaths of innocents in Kashmir, nobody can get lower than this.
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