NOT FOR PUBLICATION
Petitioner Zohair Amanullah Parekh seeks review of the Board of Immigration Appeals' ("BIA") decision dismissing his appeal of the immigration judge's ("IJ") denial of asylum, withholding of removal, and protection under the Convention Against Torture ("CAT"). We deny the petition in part, and we dismiss it in part.
1. Substantial evidence supports the BIA's determination that Petitioner is ineligible for asylum.
Indonesia is similar to the patterns or practices of persecution described in our prior case law.").
Substantial evidence supports the BIA's determination that, assuming that Petitioner is a member of a "disfavored group," he has not shown an individualized fear of persecution. The murder of Petitioner's grandfather in 1999, by unknown assailants, does not give rise to an individualized fear of future persecution. Petitioner's parents and siblings remain in Karachi, where they practice their religion and have not been harmed.
2. Because Petitioner failed to meet his burden of establishing eligibility for asylum, he necessarily failed to satisfy the higher standard for withholding of removal.
3. We lack jurisdiction over Petitioner's challenge to the IJ's denial of CAT relief, because he failed to exhaust his administrative remedies. The BIA held—and Petitioner has not challenged on appeal—that Petitioner waived the issue of CAT relief because he did not "meaningfully challenge" the IJ's denial.