As on August 14th this year Pakistan celebrated its 74th Independence Day, more than 618,000 Pakistani nationals have faced deportation from 138 countries in the world, just within the past six years. Reasons behind such massive deportation include criminal activities, involvement in terrorism and entering countries illegally or by producing fake documents. Organized human trafficking rackets in Pakistani are involved in myriad immigration malpractices for decades.
The second claim to fame of Pakistanis worldwide is migrating to other countries with counterfeit IDs; harassing non-Muslims for following different faiths and levying bogus blasphemy charges on them remains their first claim to fame.
Commenting on the flood of deportation of Pakistani nationals from various countries around the world, immigration experts said: “You will find Pakistani migrants everywhere, be it a First-World Western country, the gold-and-oil-laden Middle East, or any other Third-World developing nation. With an ever-plummeting economy and unstable governments in their Islamic Republic [which already has become a Failed State], there is hardly any part of the world that Pakistanis have not tried to flee to seek better living conditions. In their desperate search for a better life, they often end up in foreign lands with forged IDs, and are deported”.
Most surprisingly, almost 72 percent of the total deported Pakistani nationals from overseas have been from Muslim nations, including Oman, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Turkey, Iran, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain.
As records establish, Saudi Arabia, which has been deporting an average of 147 Pakistanis per day, has been the champion of sending Pakistanis home.
A Times of India report claims that Saudi Arabia deported 61,403 Pakistanis in 2015, 57,704 in 2016, 93,736 in 2017, 50,944 in 2018, 38,470 in 2019 and 19,333 in 2021.
Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Bahrain, and Oman have also deported thousands of Pakistanis every year, who were living in those countries without documents.
Among the First-World countries in the West, the United Kingdom has always been the favorite among Pakistanis. Their UK-born generations have now attained key administrative positions, impacting the safety of citizens and the security of British cities, or lack thereof. London Mayor Sadiq Aman Khan, who considers Islamic terrorism a “part and parcel of living in a big city,” was born to a working-class Muslim family that had migrated from India to Pakistan during the 1947 partition, and then migrated to the United Kingdom.
The generous UK too has expelled over 5000 Pakistanis since 2015 on the grounds of lack of proper documents. The United States of America deported 166 illegal Pakistanis in 2015 and 212 in 2016, when former President Barack Obama was in the Oval office. In the subsequent years, 218, 293, 372 and 282 undocumented Pakistanis were sent back from the land of opportunity.
Russia has deported more than 564 illegal Pakistani nationals and handed them to the border authorities since 2015. South Africa deported more than 3,800 Pakistanis during the recent years.
Hundreds of Pakistanis with fake documents or without proper paperwork have been expelled from South Korea, Australia, Hong Kong, and France as well.
New reports highlight that while some Pakistanis have a history of entering other countries by presenting dubious documents with the help of their agents and human traffickers, others intentionally misplace their papers in order to prolong their stay in the foreign country.
According to immigration experts, the concern is not limited to Pakistanis entering foreign nations illegally; the suspicious nature of their activities during their time in these countries poses a threat to the lives and property of the civilians of these countries also. Some of them have committed deadly crimes in the host countries, and they have done so with an absolute absence of remorse.
“We have not committed that big a crime,” asserted Adil Khan, who along with his accomplice Qari Abdul Rauf had been convicted of involvement in a jihadist grooming gang that raped close to 50 girls in Rochdale, United Kingdom.
That thousands of British schoolgirls and British Sikh and British Hindu schoolgirls have been targeted and sexually exploited by Pakistani-origin grooming gangs for years is public knowledge. But British authorities have continually ignored this grave threat to British women for the sake of political correctness, allowing numerous young girls to be sexually abused by these grooming gangs.
In another incident, 40-year-old Pakistani national Abid Ali Khan has been indicted for allegedly working with his Pakistan-based smuggling network to facilitate the travel of undocumented people from Afghanistan and Pakistan to the United States between January 2015 and December 2020.
Homeland Security investigations have revealed that the human trafficking organization, based in Pakistan’s Khyber province, operated through the Middle East and Southwest Asia and exploited the systemic vulnerabilities to illegally transport foreign nationals into the US and other countries.
In Britain, Pakistani-British Anjem Choudary was convicted under the Terrorism Act 2000 of inviting support for a proscribed organization, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. He was subsequently subject to sanctions by both the US State Department and the UN Security Council freezing his assets.
A critic of the UK’s involvement in the wars in Iraq (2003–11) and Afghanistan (2001–16), Choudary praised those responsible for the 11 September 2001 and 7 July 2005 attacks. He promotes the implementation of Sharia law throughout the UK, Poland and India. He marched in protest at the Jyllands-Posten cartoons controversy, following which he was prosecuted for organizing an unlawful demonstration. During a protest outside Westminster Cathedral in 2006, Choudary told demonstrators that the Pope should be executed for insulting Islam.
On 6 September 2016, Choudary was sentenced to five years and six months in prison following conviction for inviting others to support the proscribed organization ISIS. He was released automatically on license in October 2018 under specific conditions as being banned from speaking in public and conversing with anyone from the media. On 18 July 2021, Choudary’s ban on speaking in public was lifted.
Born in London on 18 January 1967, Anjem Choudary is the son of a Welling market trader and is of Pakistani descent.
Scotland also has similar problem from another Pakistani origin national.
Humza Haroon Yousaf (born 7 April 1985) is a Scottish politician serving as Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care since 2021. He is the first non-white and first Muslim member of the Scottish Cabinet. A member of the Scottish National Party (SNP), he has been the Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for Glasgow Pollok since 2016, having previously represented Glasgow region from 2011 to 2016.
Humza’s father, Muzaffar, was born in Mian Channu, Pakistan, and emigrated to Glasgow with his family in the 1960s, eventually working as an accountant: his mother, Shaaista Bhutta, was born in Kenya to a family of South Asian descent that later emigrated to Scotland.
Yousaf was also heavily involved in a community radio station for over a decade and helped organize food parcels for asylum seekers [read Muslims asylum seekers from Pakistan and African nations].
Humza was also embroiled in a financial scandal after his cousin Osama Saeed – a former Muslim Brotherhood spokesman – was awarded £400,000 for a Muslim festival entitled “IslamExpo”. In the end no festival took place and the staff working on the project were reported to have mainly been members of his own family. In the end Saeed repaid £128,000 of the money that was awarded to him. As a director of the foundation the debacle undoubtedly caused Yousef public embarrassment but he did stick by his cousin.
In brief, wherever there is a Pakistani national, more precisely Pakistani Muslim be rest assured he or she is one of the millions of Islamist poison seed, who will continue to pollute the society by propagating radical Islam and jihad.
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