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1. It seems they have decided to oppose it by all means. They are doing it to avenge the demolition of #Baburi Mosque in India, back in early 90s.

This is a gentle request to them, please don't forget that your brutality, hate against your people, the minorities of Pakistan,
2. Pakistani Hindus, won't chang anything, it won't hurt them, neithr produce anything gud 4 any1.

If u want to build a #Baburi Mosq at d site of the #Mandir in Islambad, u r free. But trust me, it won't chang anything in India, rathr weaken our stance at d international levl.
3. It would disturb interfaith #harmony in our country, it would stop us from #progress, it would damage #Peace and #prosperity in our country, Pakistan.
It is better to make religion our private matter, and accept the difference rather than imposing our belief on others.
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1/8 #DefenceTeam: It’s Friday of a challenging week, one with many moving parts, frequent updates, and multiple pivots. Thank you for your patience. Both appreciated and incredibly helpful.
2/8 Big thanks to CAF/DND and @CST_CSE folks working to keep critical ops and infrastructure running. Same for Canadians on front lines of this fight: first responders, healthcare workers, pharmacy and grocery-store staff, and those keeping supplies and necessities flowing.
3/8 Heading into the weekend, please do an info status check. Are you tracking the right online resources for CAF/DND #COVID19 updates? Start here:…
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This year's #WorldMentalHealthDay in UK included more voices than ever before fed-up with the bunting and awareness-raising pointing out that change has not come quickly enough. This is a thread has always been present but has really gathered steam over the last couple of years
A few things have contributed to this. There's more people each year for whom things haven't 'got better'. More people finding their connections with each other organically, not through membership of organisations and initiatives. And there's the effect of policy on communities
I think also connection via social media has moved #mentalhealth into being a political rather than personal issue. More people are asking concrete questions and making concrete demands that are not about changing attitudes in everyday life but changing policy and public spending
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This is a nice thing to launch. I hope that it becomes as well known as NHS Direct once was. But I would really love us to discuss more the gap between increasing your wellbeing to safeguard your #mentalhealth as a personal action and societal actions to reduce mental ill-health
Wellbeing is important to us all. But experiencing a #mentalhealth difficulty can put many of the actions we might take to improve our wellbeing outside of our reach without help or support. It's great to be thinking of first line defence by making change before we need them, but
We have to recognise that preventative measures to reduce the probability that we might become unwell because of our #mentalhealth aren't curative factors when we do. It's not just like 'top up your levels of these important things and you'll be as right as rain'
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