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A Christian man in Pakistan was sentenced to death for sharing “blasphemous” material on WhatsApp. DW talks to his brother about the court conviction and the plight of minorities in Pakistan. 1,367 more words
Muslim and Liberal members of the Canadian Government are targeting Bloggers, Journalists and everyday citizens for criticizing Islam.
The Ontario politician who decided to file charges against this Journalist is a Muslim, let into the country from Pakistan, named Yasir Naqvi. 18 more words
The Council of the EU adopted conclusions on Pakistan on 17 July where they once-more condemned the world’s third largest Muslim nation for its lack of freedom of religion, and in particular for its abusive blasphemy laws, stating that the EU has a clear interest in a stable, secure, and democratic Pakistan. 447 more words
Talking about the #NotInMyName campaign in India against lynch mobs that forced PM Modi to break his near-silence on the vigilante violence, my friend Jaspal Singh in an email also discusses the model of citizens’ “defence committees” against communal violence, as seen in Canada and in India. 775 more words