Of the many unanswered questions surrounding the right to religious freedom, one of the most pressing is if the parliamentary proceedings and constitutional guarantees have failed to protect religious diversity, then the price of freedom is beyond measure.
This poses the question: When do we have a moral obligation to intervene, particularly for human right reasons in unspeakable destruction?
The grim situation of Sikh and Hindu community of Pakistan is a real eye-opener. Their right to freedom of religion or belief (FoRB) is under sustained attack and continues fracturing beyond repair. What makes it even more poignant is that the collapse of religious freedom is so real yet has been left undiagnosed.