Pakistan May Require Disclosure Of Religion.

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A new ruling from a Pakistani high court is requiring citizens to disclose their religious beliefs when applying for civil service, a move that many critics say is an attack on religious minorities.

The March 9 Islamabad High Court ruling also includes a declaration that all Muslim candidates in civil service, regardless of religiosity, are required to swear that Prophet Muhammad was the last prophet of God.

Ejaz Mall, a Christian civil servant, told Religion News Service that this ruling has spread fear among religious minority...

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