Search Results (359) for: pakistan
Logically→ 2021 video from Guatemala falsely shared as pro-Imran Khan protests in Pakistan occupied Kashmir
Logically→ Agreement between Pakistan government and Imran Khan stating terms for his arrest is fabricated
Logically→ Video doesn’t show people waving Pakistan flag in Karnataka after Congress’ poll win
Logically→ Video of protests outside former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s London home predate Imran Khan’s arrest
Logically→ Old photos used to falsely claim former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan was ‘tortured,’ ‘killed’ after his arrest
The Dispatch→ Political Turmoil in Pakistan
Supporters of Imran Khan take part in a protest against the arrest of the former prime minister in Karachi, Pakistan on May 09, 2023. (Photo by Sabir Mazhar/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)Plus: A monumental election in Turkey.Continue reading Politica
Logically→ No, actor Akshay Kumar has not condemned former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s arrest
Logically→ Photo of padlocked grave in India’s Hyderabad falsely shared as precaution against ‘necrophilia in Pakistan’
Logically→ New Zealand commentator Simon Doull did not make statement equating living in Pakistan to being in jail
Logically→ Video of Ram Navami procession from Kashmir falsely shared as a ‘safe’ celebration in Pakistan
Logically→ Turkey supported Pakistan at the UNHRC and said India is guilty of human rights violations in Kashmir.
The Dispatch→ My Own Private East Pakistan
Marjorie Taylor Greene at the U.S. Capitol on January 27, 2023, in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)Lessons on national divorce from South Asia. The post My Own Private East Pakistan appeared first on The Dispatch.
Logically→ Video shows dogs and donkeys being slaughtered for meat in Pakistan amid rising hunger.
The video has no connection to Pakistan's economic crisis and food inflation, and shows a news channel's investigation into a slaughterhouse in 2014.
Logically→ The video shows people demolishing a mosque in Pakistan to sell its iron and bricks for food.
The viral video shows people attacking an Ahmadi mosque in Pakistan's Karachi in an incident unrelated to the economic crisis in the country.
Logically→ Image shows the mosque attacked recently in a bomb blast in Pakistan’s Peshawar.
An image from a suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan in 2021 has been falsely linked to the January 30 suicide bombing in Pakistan.
Logically→ Photo shows a huge crowd gathered outside Lahore airport to welcome PML-N leader Maryam Sharif back to Pakistan.
Logically→ Video captures deadly mosque bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan.
A video of a blast that took place in a factory in Lahore in 2021 has been falsely linked to the January 30 suicide bombing in Peshawar.
Logically→ Uttar Pradesh government demolished a mosque in Prayagraj after a Pakistani flag was hoisted over it.
The Shahi Masjid had hoisted the Islamic flag and not the Pakistani flag. Authorities said the mosque was razed under a road-widening project.
Logically→ A satellite image shows a power outage in Pakistan on January 23, 2023.
A 2000 image by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center has been digitally altered and linked to the current economic crisis in Pakistan.
Logically→ Video shows Pakistan’s foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari dancing to the song ‘Besharam Rang.’
The man seen dancing to the Hindi song in the video is not Bilawal Bhutto Zardari but Mehroz Baig, a student at Iqra University, Karachi.
Logically→ An image from the recent economic crisis in Pakistan shows people standing in line waiting for food.
A 2010 image of Pakistan flood victims waiting for food and water in Sukkur has been falsely shared as the recent economic crisis in Pakistan.
Logically→ Actor Shahrukh Khan promised to donate the first day’s earnings from his film Pathan to Pakistan.
Actor Shahrukh Khan didn't make such a statement. The claim stemmed from a Facebook page known for sharing satirical content.
Logically→ Congress leader Rahul Gandhi met with an activist who shouted pro-Pakistan slogans at a rally.
Rahul Gandhi is seen meeting a student named Miva Jolly in the viral post. The activist who raised pro-Pakistan slogans is Amulya Leona.
Logically→ These images show former Pakistan PM Imran Khan injured after a gunman attacked his convoy at a protest march.
Old images of Khan are being shared as images of the former Pakistan PM from the recent attack on him at a protest march in Punjab province.
Logically→ U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has African and Pakistani origins, not Indian.
Rishi Sunak was born in the U.K., and his paternal grandparents were from Gujranwala, which was part of India before the partition.
Logically→ Pakistanis destroyed tomatoes imported from Iran because the fruits were Shia in nature.
Pakistani farmers destroyed imported tomatoes over concerns they would lower the price of local produce. There was no sectarian angle involved.
Logically→ Anti-Hindu violence broke out in Leicestershire after India’s T20 win over Pakistan.
The violence that broke out in Leicester city involved both communal groups. The local authorities have so far not pinned the blame on one community.
Logically→ Children in flood-hit Pakistan are forced to eat grass.
The viral video has been on the internet since at least February 2022 and is unrelated to Pakistan's recent floods.
Logically→ A BBC News report claims Bollywood director Karan Johar and actors Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have donated crores to Pakistan flood victims.
BBC News Hindi clarified a fake tweet using its official logo is being shared on social media.
Logically→ Jay Shah posed with the son of Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in Dubai.
The image of Jay Shah posing with actor Urvashi Rautela and her brother Yashraj Rautela in Dubai has misidentified Rautela as Saad Bajwa.
Logically→ Locals in Kashmir lit fireworks to celebrate the Pakistan cricket team’s victory against India on September 4.
The video is from August 2020 and is unrelated to the India-Pakistan match. Srinagar Police clarified that no such celebrations were reported.
Logically→ India released a tremendous amount of water into Ravi, intentionally causing floods in Pakistan.
India has not recently released any water into the Ravi river. Heavy monsoon rain, which began in mid-July, is a key source of floods in Pakistan.
Logically→ A Hindu woman was physically assaulted by a group of people in Pakistan.
The incident occurred over a land dispute, and both the victim and perpetrators were Muslim. It being shared with a false communal narrative.
Logically→ Climate change is not responsible for the 2022 Pakistan floods.
Floods in Pakistan are well-documented and have affected millions of people. Experts say the leading causes of the flood is climate change.
Snopes→ As Floods Recede In Pakistan, Fears Over Waterborne Diseases Rise
Some doctors said initially they were seeing mostly patients traumatized by the flooding, but are now treating people suffering from diarrhea, skin infections and other waterborne ailments.
Logically→ Jammu & Kashmir Police thrashed a group of Rajasthani men for raising pro-Pakistan slogans.
An old video from 2020 of Delhi Police beating up Muslim men during the Delhi riots has been falsely shared as Jammu & Kashmir Police hitting men.
Logically→ Arvind Kejriwal asked to hoist the national flag on August 14 to honor Pakistan’s Independence day.
The campaign of Har Ghar Tiranga is observed from August 13 to August 15, 2022. Arvind Kejriwal urged Delhi residents to hold it on August 14, 2022.
Logically→ Video of Pakistan’s Guddu Power Plant engulfed in a massive fire in July 2022.
Video of fire caused by a fuel tank explosion in Afghanistan in 2021 was falsely shared as the recent Guddu Power Plant fire incident in Pakistan.
Logically→ An image shows a five-story building collapsed due to a 7.3 MG earthquake that hit Pakistan on June 22, 2022.