“Other women prisoners say that I deserve to die because I’m a blasphemer,” a woman,accused of defiling two copies of the Holy Quran,told the Additional District and Sessions court on Wednesday.
“Why are people saying I should be killed while the court has not declared me guilty of blasphemy yet?” she said.
The . . . →Read More:Prisoners of ideas shame ‘alleged’ Quran-defiler
Last time I checked,terrorism had no nationality or religion. It was defined as the senseless slaughter of innocents by perpetrators of violence.
No matter what causes these terrorists claim to endorse,the damage they inflicted was not supposed to represent the teachings of the religion they identified with or the country they hailed from.
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By Aroosa Shaukat / Ali Usman
LAHORE: The police arrested a teacher and the owner of a high school on blasphemy charges on Wednesday evening,following a day of clashes with enraged protesters outside the school in Karim Park.
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The Lahore High Court on Thursday granted bail to a man accused of blasphemy who had been in jail for four months. Justice Muhammad Anwarul Haq ordered the man to furnish surety bonds worth Rs200,000 for concession of bail.
The accused,Shahid Hassan Sheikh,a resident of Batapur,submitted that he was implicated in the . . . →Read More:‘Blasphemer’ granted bail after four months
The Federal Shariat Court (FSC) on Wednesday declared amendments incorporated in the Hudood Ordinance by the previous regime through Protection of Women Act (PWA) 2006 un-Islamic and unconstitutional and directed the federal government to take necessary steps to amend the impugned laws in conformity with the holy Quran and the Sunnah.
Directs federal government to . . . →Read More:FSC declares Protection of Women Act un-Islamic