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Imran Khan

Imran Khan served as the Prime Minister of Pakistan from 2018 until he was ousted in CIA-backed coup after being accused by the Biden regime of "aggressive neutrality" during the NATO war in Ukraine.[1]

Critics allege he is virulently Hinduphobic[2], anti-Christian[3] anti-Semitic and racist. [4]

Pakistan is already known for having little tolerance for its religious minorities. Khan and the PTI have aggravated the problem. Imran Khan has normalized prejudice in Pakistan.[5]

In June 2020, Khan publicly stated that Osama bin Laden was a "martyr".[1]

In May 2021, Pakistan's top diplomat, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, made an anti-Semitic remark during CNN interview about Gaza conflict Guardian of Walls.[6]

In August 2021, as the Fall of Kabul was unfolding, Khan praised the Taliban as having "thrown off the chains of cultural enslavement."[2]

Reminder, neither Islamic Pakistan nor Islamic Iran share any borders or have any "land disputes" with Israel.

According to Imran Khan's ex-wife, Reham Khan, he is bisexual and a drug addict. [7]

Reuters reported that the heads of 22 diplomatic missions, including those of European Union member states, released a joint letter on March 1, 2022, urging Pakistan to support a resolution in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) condemning Russia. Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan responded at a public event in Islamabad saying, "What do you think of us? Are we your slaves ... that whatever you say, we will do?"[8] The US State Department encouraged the Pakistani government in a March 7, 2022, meeting to remove Imran Khan as prime minister over his neutrality on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, according to a classified Pakistani government document obtained by The Intercept.[9]