Time to end misuse of the blasphemy law

The latest case of blasphemy against two Christian nurses working in the Civil Hospital in Faisalabad, has reminded us how the blasphemy law continues to...
Read More

Asia Bibi Will Be Given Another Chance At Justice

By: Ewelina U. Ochab After months of waiting, a top Pakistani judge has confirmed that Asia Bibi will soon get the opportunity to have her...
Read More

Blasphemy-related violence continues

Kaleem Dean The faith fueled blasphemy canon took another innocent life when Sarir Ahmed, Principal of Islamia College, Charsadda was mercilessly killed by his own...
Read More

Blasphemy in the 21st century

Our political leadership should at the very least prevent the misuse of these laws — if, that is, it is committed to putting the citizenry...
Read More

Abbasi tongue-tied on blasphemy

Daily Times 01-Oct-17 by Kaleem Dean During his recent stint at the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi gave an unwitting insight into...
Read More

Revisiting Pakistan’s blasphemy law

Nasir Saeed Daily Times, 06 September 2017 Recently, the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) published its report on blasphemy laws in 71 countries...
Read More

10 things you need to know about Pakistan’s blasphemy law

October 14, 2016 The Nations, Web Desk 10. The law has its roots in the Indian Penal Code of 1860 Pakistan’s version of the blasphemy...
Read More

Is blasphemy law Islamic and constitutional?

Most significantly, there is no punishment for blasphemy if the accused is a non-Muslim. The consensus in the Hanafi school of Islamic Jurisprudence has always...
Read More

Pakistan’s blasphemy law is a licence to kill with impunity

Nasir Saeed Christian Today, 17 November 2014 The murder of Christian couple Shama and Shahzad Masih because of a blasphemy accusation against them came as...
Read More

Follow us On:

Translate »