Pakistan and its Hate Crimes. Challenges of Hate Crimes in Pakistan. Sample article is here,
Hated Crimes in Pakistan
Pakistan came into being in 1947 and was declared an Islamic republic of Pakistan officially in 1956. In order to run the affairs of country, the government officials sat together and made certain rules, did necessary amendments and revised the policies. This lengthy process was undergone tremendous thinking and working process. Hence constitution was formed in 1973 in the rule of General Zia-ul-Haq.
Laws are made to control the emergence or the existing crimes in different cities, towns or villages. There are number of crimes which affect the lives of the Pakistanis and all are equally hated crimes in the country. In Islam, robbing others’ wealth, blood and honour is a punishable crimes and severe punishments are decreed by ALLAH Almighty HIMSELF in the Holy Quran.
Offences are cruel in their very nature and hurt others to a greater extend. Theft is being hated by many as they robbed them of their hard work and the needs related to their daily life. Killing someone is like killing the entire humanity as with that single person, love, care, needs, memories and lovely bindings are bound of the persons near and dear to that killed one. Insulting someone, degrading him simply means the murder of that person.
People who are emotionally and physically turpitude are prone to suicide and that killing is written in the book of the doer. Throwing of acid, snatching are immensely hated crimes in Pakistan and in the whole world. In nutshell, we must hate the crime, not the criminal. The reason is the criminal could be illiterate or ignorant of his act or he may be in fit of anger or is needy to the extent that the only hope of him lies in the theft. Crime could be taken away from the criminal so, hating the criminal is not a rightful act to do.