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Mandi Bahauddin: Extremists issue fatwa of a Christians’ death over blasphemy...

A Christian youngster has been accused of committing blasphemy in Punjab’ Mandi Bahauddin District. The religious extremists have issued a fatwa asking for death...

Perpetrators of the Christian couple’ lynching will most likely go unpunished...

It will never be easy to get justice for the bereaved family of the Christian couple Shahzad and Shamma; who were burnt alive in...

Academic Freedom in Pakistan is Under Threat

The recent killing of the lawyer and human rights activist Rashid Rehman who received repeated death threats for defending blasphemy accused lecturer of Bahauddin...

Religious Rights Overseer Urges to Add Pakistan,Sryia to List of Worst...

According to religious news service, one of the nation’s leading—and official—defenders of religious freedom beseeched the Obama administration to add Pakistan and Syria to...

Pakistan Geo TV Charged under Blasphemy and Terrorists Laws

Today Pakistan police has lodged a case against against Geo TV owner, Mir Shakeel-ur Rehman, and Jang media group for showing a programme that...

Court Orders Case be Registered against Geo TV

A regional court in Islamabad on Saturday ordered the police to register a case against the owner of Geo TV and the team of...

Youth Charged Under Blasphemy Law

  ARIFWALA: Police Charged a youth under blasphemy law Saturday for dishonoring a copy of Holy Quran and seeting it ablaze in his home.  20 years...

Chief Justice: Felony against any Religion come under Blasphemy Law

On Tuesday, Chief Justice of Pakistan, Tassaduq Hussain Jillani, stated that offence against any religion comes under the blasphemy law according to Pakistan Penal...

Lawyers Booked under Blasphemy Case

The Kotwali police lodged an FIR, on Monday, under Section 295/A of the Pakistan Penal Code (blasphemy law) against 8 nominated and 60 unknown...

Shopkeeper Jailed for Life Imprisonment Under Blasphemy Law

A court verdict sentenced a shopkeeper to life imprisonment under the blasphemy law on Thursday.   Malik Mohammad Farooq was blamed for tearing up a banner...