Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is currently in the US to attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

He took it to Twitter earlier today that the nation alongside Turkey and Malaysia will launch an English language channel.

He further on explained that that idea behind this joint venture will be to confront multiple challenges through movies and web series in order to tackle negative mindsets and ideaology in regards to Islam.

The content will be produces under the joint venture to educate others as well as Muslims around the globe.

“President Erdogan, PM Mahatir and myself had a meeting today in which we decided our 3 countries would jointly start an English language channel dedicated to confronting the challenges posed by Islamophobia and setting the record straight on our great religion – Islam,” PM Khan wrote in the tweet.

He then elaborated saying, “Misperceptions which bring people together against Muslims would be corrected; issue of blasphemy would be properly contextualized; series & films would be produced on Muslim history to educate/inform our own people & the world; Muslims would be given a dedicated media presence.”

Pakistan, Malaysia and Turkey have been on good terms. PM Khan looks forward to their support to help all three countries grow together towards a productive and prosparitive road.

PM Khan called for effective measure stressing upon the importance of countering hate speech and other forms of violence against Muslims in particular.

He also cautioned against attempts to defame the revered personalities and scriptures, cloaked in the claim for right to freedom of expression and opinion.

He added that marginalisation of any community could lead to its radicalisation.

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