NGOs in north Pakistan suspend work after clerics' fatwa declaring activities 'haram'

Imagine you put your son or daughter through medical school and they somehow catch the bug and want to help  those poor oppressed Muslims somewhere in Africa or Pakistan, only to be murdered by  illiterate, ignorant and fanatical zombies because their imams tell them that foreign medicine makes Muslims infertile, that it is haram or whatever, and that murdering infidels pleases allah. This is what we’re dealing with here:


Islamabad, July 6 (ANI): Non-Government Organisations NGOs in Pakistan’s Kohistan district have suspended their activities, and would not resume their work unless the region’s administration guarantees their security.

The move came after clerics in Kohistan refused to reverse their ‘final edict’ against NGOs operating in the area, describing their activities as ‘haram’.

The local ulema had called the authorities to immediately revoke the NGOs’ no-objection certificates.


“Yes, we have closed our field office and called back staff members, suspending project activities, at least temporarily,” The Express Tribune quoted Saiban, an official of one NGO, as saying.

Over 150 ulema from the northern district had earlier accused the NGOs of conspiring against Islam, the ulema and local customs and decided that any funding for development schemes in the district, must come through the government.

They had also warned beneficiaries of NGO projects that their funeral prayers would not be offered unless they ceased availing benefit from the projects.

Clerics suggested that the NGOs and their donors shift their projects to other poverty stricken areas as they believed Kohistan did not have any dire requirement. (ANI)

2 thoughts on “NGOs in north Pakistan suspend work after clerics' fatwa declaring activities 'haram'”

  1. Let them fecken suffer and stop sending our money to these peasants. Hopefully it will lower there life span and procreating abilities.

    Let them be the laughing stock of the world.

    There are other people far more worthy and appreciative of assistance, go there.

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