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Angry Muslims try to burn a church in Gujranwala

Gujranwala - Over 300 Muslim zealots gathered in the form of an angry mob and tried to attack a church in Gujranwala (Punjab province), Pakistan, today (April 30, 2011). However, the police intercepted the mob and foiled its attempt of setting fire to the church.

Op-Ed: Now non-Muslims using Islamic blasphemy law against non-Muslims

Faisalabad - Yet another case of alleged blasphemy has been reported from Pakistan, taking place in Faisalabad (Punjab), this one rather unique.

Op-Ed: Thou Shalt not Mock or It May Cost You Your Life

Islamabad - In the wake of the murder of Salmaan Taseer, the Governor of Punjab a couple weeks back, I did a great deal of contemplation about the situation in Pakistan and the current state of affairs of Pakistan and indeed in much of the Muslim world.

2010 ends in protest by religious parties in Pakistan

Hangu - The last day of 2010 marked a surge in religious fundamentalism as religious groups and their followers observed a countrywide protest in favor of letting the the blasphemy law as it is while hanging Asia Bibi to death.

Aasia Bibi and Impurities in the Land of the Pure

The case of Aasia Noreen aka Aasia Bibi illustrates how far Pakistan has to go to secure freedoms for its religious minorities.

Op-Ed: Death sentence for Pakistani ‘Mohammed blasphemy’ woman

The death sentence handed down to a 45-year-old mother-of-five by a Pakistani court for alleged blasphemy towards Mohammed is an abject and abominable obscenity.
 

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Ashiq Masih  the husband of Asia Bibi  has pleaded for the international community to help him and h...
Ashiq Masih, the husband of Asia Bibi, has pleaded for the international community to help him and his family to leave Pakistan
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