China urges Canada to stop diplomatic microphone

China urges Canada to stop diplomatic microphone

The Chinese Foreign Ministry criticized Canada and its allies such as US, UK and EU when talking about human rights in the case of two Canadian citizens was arrested.

“I wonder how they relate to this case. Where is their voice when the senior manager of a Chinese company is illegally arrested by the Canadian request,” The Chinese Foreign Ministry said. “It is quite clear that other human rights they are talking about have different standards when applied to citizens of different countries.”

At the regular press conference of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Chinese spokesman said that recent China-Canada relations are not Chinese faults.

She said China urges Canada to stop “micro diplomacy” activities and should take substantive actions.

At the press conference, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said that the country has repeatedly expressed its clear stance on the arrest of two Canadian citizens because they are related to activities that harms China’s national security.
the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that a series of collisions between China and Canada recently will make the relationship between the two countries affected, but this is not the fault of the Chinese side.

She continued: “China hopes leaders of Canada if they truly have responsibility for its citizens as well as China-Canada relations, so stop micro-diplomatic activities, review the middle part. at what point the two countries are at the same time applying real actions, along with the Chinese side to find a satisfactory solution. ”

Earlier, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau repeatedly criticized China for arresting Canadian citizens in an “arbitrary and unfair” way. On January 14, Trudeau continued to criticize China for using arbitrary death sentences after convicting a Canadian citizen for drug trafficking.

In the latest development revolving around tensions between China and Canada, recently Regis Labeaume – Mayor of Quebec City, Canada, canceled his visit to China in March.

Being throwing stone to death because of using mobile phone

Being throwing stone to death because of using mobile phone

A woman was thrown stone to death by her family member due to the order of a court in Pakistan because of possessing a mobile phone.
This is the latest case to endure the brutal punishment from ancient times.

The media reported that Arifa Bibi, a two-year-old mother, had been thrown stone bricks by her uncle, cousins ​​and many others until she died. Later, she was buried in a desert away from her village.

Arifa Bibi is not the only victim to suffer from this ancient punishment. However, the cause of her death is indeed quite rare.

(Illustrated image is not the victim in the blog mentioned)

The penalty of throwing stones to death is even considered legal and widely applied in at least 15 countries in the region, especially as it tends to increase in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Even in many cases, women who declare themselves raped may also be considered to admit guilt of having a wrong affair or relationship.

Among the recorded cases, there is one most typical case that, when repeated, many people still have to shudder. It was in 2008, 13-year-old Somalia girl Aisha Ibrahim Duhulow, was throwed stone by 50 men at the stadium in Kismayu in the presence of about 1,000 people.

Aisha’s father said she was raped by three men, but was accused of prostitution when reporting the incident to the rebel forces al-Shabaab who was taking control of the city.

Activists say women are often victims of this punishment, because women are often discriminated against. In adultery, men can hire a lawyer and easily escape the crime. In particular, trial trials are often unfair. Judgment is sometimes based only on confession by the victim’s own coercion, even based on the judgment of the judge rather than evidence.

Many people believe that this penalty is too cruel, but in fact, it still exists in many countries. Many feminist activists have carried out a global campaign against stoning to death. However, the road to help remove that ancient punishment is still very difficult and long-term.

Top Things to See in Pakistan

Pakistan is a beautiful country and tourism is definitely on the rise. There is both natural and man-made beauty littered around the country, which is the 5th largest in South Asia. From major cities to far off the map lakes to inspiring mosques and snow-capped valleys Pakistan has it all and here are some of the top places to visit.

Concordia

Concordia is referred to as paradise, and with good reason. In the Kaghan Valley, the surrounding mountains give the place a look and feel like no other. The lake reflections cannot be missed and is ideal for any mountain enthusiast. The views are breathtaking, and there are many hiking areas available with one being rated at K2. Four of the 14 highest peaks in the world are located in Concordia.

Lake Saif-Ul-Malook


This lake is located in the north of the Kaghan Valley and is one of the prime spots in Concordia. The lake is not easy to get to, and travelling by jeep is the best option. While the lake reflections have already been talked about, the lake is where glacial waters collect and turn into a colour all of its own, and of course, the fishing is great with many other water activities available as well.

Badshahi Mosque

Located in Lahore this mosque is one of the many in the city that are inspiring and this one may be at the top. It was constructed in the Moghal era in 1672-1674 and it is not only one of the most beautiful mosques in the world, but also one of the biggest. It is made up of 100 marble and red sandstone and you can even see Islamic calligraphy on the prayer hall walls. The mosque is over 26,000 square meters in size and up to 95,000 worshippers can pray there.

Mohenjo-Daro

The archaeological site known as Moenjodaro is located in the Larkana District of Sindh on the right bank of the Indus River. The city on which it lays is over 5,000 years old and is considered to be one of the earliest South Asia settlements. The ancient urban city was well ahead of their time and history buffs cannot miss this site.

Naltar Valley


Naltar Valley is a forest valley that is famous for their very colourful lakes. There is no lack of vibrant wildlife in the area, and the glowing green water is especially vibrant in the summertime as is the valley as a whole in bloom. No matter the weather or the season the creeks and lakes are filled with multicolour water that is a sight to behold, to say the least.

Kalam-Swat

Kalam-Swat is only a 270-kilometre drive from the capital of Islamabad and is very well known for its natural beauty, waterfalls, mountain streams, pristine lakes, and pine forests. There are many high peaks around the village of Kulalai, which is a separate attraction itself.