Pakistan:million man march in support of blasphemy laws

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PostSun Jan 09, 2011 9:56 am » by zinzana


religious leaders said.every Muslim duty is to defend the honor of the Holy Prophet……
they even offer reward to whoever kills Asia Bibi

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Islamic loons in Pakistan respect no laws except the sharia. Asia Bibi has been found to be wrongly accused by some women of her town and used the infamous “Anti-Blasphemy Law” to silence her. Disgusting!

Arrangements are in full swing for ‘Tahfuz Namoos-e-Rislat March’, to be held in Karachi on January 9 to denounce “conspiracies” to repeal Pakistan’s Islamic blasphemy laws.

Leaders of Tehreek Namoos-e-Rislat met with citizens, traders, transporters and people belonging to various walks of life in different parts of city and distributed handbills and pamphlets, said a Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) release on January 7.



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PostSun Jan 09, 2011 11:48 pm » by zinzana


Death fatwa for yet another Pakistani official who criticized blasphemy law

Sherry Rehman joins the ranks of Shabhaz Bhatti and the late Salman Taseer in being marked for death for committing "blasphemy" against the blasphemy law. "Pak ex-minister Sherry Rehman fit to be killed, says cleric," from the Press Trust of India January 10:
Islamabad: Several clerics have issued fatwas against former Pakistani minister Sherry Rehman and declared her an infidel for calling for changes in the blasphemy law, prompting civil society activists to register a complaint with police in the port city of Karachi today.
Media reports said the imam of Sultan Masjid, one of Karachi's biggest mosques, declared Rehman a 'kaafir' (infidel) and 'wajib-ul-qatl' (fit to be killed) while delivering a sermon after the Friday prayers.
The mosque has close ties to the Saudi Arabian government.
Islamic hardliners who organised a massive rally in Karachi today also issued a pamphlet that named Rehman as a person who "has invoked the religious honour of Pakistan's Muslims" for calling for changes in the blasphemy law.
The threats came days after a police guard gunned down [BANNED] Governor Salmaan Taseer for criticising the blasphemy law.
Civil society activists today filed a complaint against the imam of Sultan Masjid at the Darakhsan police station in Karachi.
The complaint was registered on behalf of Rehman, a senior leader of the Pakistan People's Party, Salmaan Taseer's son Shaan Taseer and journalist Ali Chishti.
In the complaint, the civil society activists alleged that the imam of Sultan Masjid had also lauded Mumtaz Qadri, the policeman who assassinated Salmaan Taseer.
Chishti told the media that civil society groups feared for Rehman's life following the murder of the [BANNED] Governor.
The civil society activists said they were proud to be Muslims but rejected murdering people in the name of Islam.
Their safety depends on shoring up their credentials as good Muslims -- lest they also become lawful for slaughter as apostates -- but even this won't be enough for those in Pakistan who want to silence all criticism of Islamic law.

Hardliners have been gunning for Rehman since she tabled a private bill in parliament to remove the mandatory death sentence for blasphemy.
Reports have said Rehman has been facing pressure from within the PPP to leave Pakistan for her own security.
Security has been enhanced at Rehman's residence in Karachi and she has told the media she will not leave Pakistan.


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PostSun Jan 09, 2011 11:58 pm » by Cwmman


and what century did this happen ? surley not this one ?
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PostMon Jan 10, 2011 12:12 am » by Boondox681


well it's good to see that some of them people are crawling out f the 6th century
good for them

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PostMon Jan 10, 2011 1:40 am » by Cwmman


boondox681 wrote:well it's good to see that some of them people are crawling out f the 6th century
good for them

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sad...... only some crawling out of the 6th century

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PostMon Jan 10, 2011 2:53 am » by zinzana


fuk man sometimes i wish a meteor will wipe everything off the face of the earth and clean all this filth

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PostMon Jan 10, 2011 9:46 pm » by zinzana


Pope calls on Pakistan to repeal blasphemy law

Jan 10 (Reuters) - Pope Benedict called on Monday for Pakistan to repeal its anti-blasphemy law, saying the law serves as a pretext for violence against religious minorities such as Christians in predominantly Muslim countries.

Speaking in his annual address to diplomats, dedicated this year almost exclusively to religious freedom, he also said Middle East governments must protect minority Christians, following bomb attacks against churches in Egypt and Iraq.



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PostMon Jan 10, 2011 10:17 pm » by Flecktarn


how retarded blasphemy laws
this is 2011 not 11ad ,,,so here gos your gods a cock who fucks pigs and your mother and you father is a raveing homosexual ,,,and that gos for every other god

have i broken the law ,,,didnt ever fancy going to Pakistan anyway ,,,,to many backward laws and people :bang; :bang;
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PostThu Jan 13, 2011 11:38 pm » by zinzana


Pakistan: Islamic party leader tells daughter of assassinated governor to remember her father's fate and be quiet about blasphemy law
ISLAMABAD: The leader of an Islamic political party in Pakistan has warned the daughter of a murdered politician to ''remember her father's fate'' and to stop supporting his cause.
Salman Taseer, the governor of [BANNED], was shot dead by Mumtaz Qadri, a police officer, on January 4 because of his campaign to pardon a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy.
Many Muslims celebrated the murder and marched in support of Taseer's confessed killer.
Shadab Qadri, the leader of Sunni Tehreek, said the politician's daughter, Shehrbano Taseer, 21, must stop speaking out against blasphemy laws.
''We read the statement of the slain governor's daughter in a newspaper. She should refrain from issuing such statements and must remember her father's fate,'' Shadab Qadri said.
His organisation has also offered legal support to Mumtaz Qadri and financial help to his family ''as he performed a great duty in the name of Islam''.
The killing shocked Pakistan's small, liberal elite but has found support among its conservative population, who were told by imams that Mr Taseer wanted to open the floodgates to abuse of the Prophet Muhammad.
On Wednesday, Ms Taseer told the BBC Today program: ''My father's stance has been misrepresented and has been misquoted because he simply said these laws are being misused and they target the poor, the dispossessed and the voiceless.
''He said it's a man-made law and these things should be debated in parliament. That has been misconstrued into saying that he has been blasphemous.''...

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PostSun Jan 16, 2011 10:48 am » by zinzana


PAKISTAN: Rising Islamic extremism funded by $18 billion in US taxpayer dollars since 9/11

Huge rallies continue in support of assassin who killed the moderate Governor who spoke out against the death penalty for a Christian woman accused of blasphemy.

Many Pakistanis say they are ready to kill just on suspicion of blasphemy. But Obama remains silent about the persecution of Christians in Pakistan, Egypt, Iraq (and every other Muslim country), he just keeps sending them more of our money.


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