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Pakistan Forms Regulatory Body to Monitor Online Blasphemous Content

Source: New Delhi Times

Pakistan’s government has formed a regulatory body to monitor and block blasphemous content online in an effort to further extend the enforcement of the country’s controversial anti-blasphemy law into cyberspace. 794 more words

Asia

No one can be declared ‘wajib-ul-qatl’ except by state: Imam-e-Kaaba

Source: GEO

ISLAMABAD: Imam-e-Kaaba Shaikh Saleh bin Muhammad Ibrahim has said that an individual has no authority to call for a person’s death and declare him ‘wajib-ul-qatl’ and only a Muslim state has the power to do so. 137 more words

The Muslim Times

Campaigning for NA-4 seat, JI chief extols Mumtaz Qadri's 'heroism'

Source: Dawn

BY Ali Akbar

Speaking at a Khatm-i-Nabuwwat Conference in Peshawar on Wednesday and campaigning for the NA-4 seat at the same time, the emir of the Jamaat-i-Islami (JI), Sirajul Haq, criticised his opponents in the upcoming NA-4 by-poll for not praying at  138 more words

Asia

DAILY NEWS -- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2017

The United States and Israel are quitting UNESCO, the UN cultural agency.  Both are citing an anti-Israel bias.

Fact is most nations have a bias against Israel.  81 more words

COMMENTARY

Social Media Censorship

Is alive and growing.

Twitter is limiting our access.

Not sure of the reason.

Maybe because a bunch of hateful, stupid poster did not like our tweet. 103 more words

COMMENTARY

Three Ahmadis sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan

Source: Al Jazeerah

By Asad Hashim

More than 250 members of the Ahmadi sect have been killed since 1984, according to the community

Islamabad, Pakistan… 211 more words

Ahmadis And Pakistan

Pakistani court sentences Christian man to death for blasphemy

Source: Reuters

By Mubasher Bukhari

LAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) – A Christian man has been sentenced to death on blasphemy charges by a court in eastern Pakistan after a close friend accused him of sharing anti-Islamic material, the defendant’s lawyer said on Friday. 190 more words

The Muslim Times