Nine were slaughtered in Burkina Faso, five have been charged for blasphemy, as a radical cleric incites Sunni Muslims to “pour petrol rather than water” on Ahmadi houses on fire.
Confronted with tragedy, a young man shared his anguish and wrote God should be cruel if he allows it. Now, the boy risks the death penalty.
Blogger Ahmed Waqas Goraya now lives in the Netherlands. He says the long arm of Pakistan is coming for him—and many others.
Claiming during a commercial dispute that he “follows only Jesus” and does not give discounts to members of Sufi ascetic orders was enough for getting a capital sentence.
A man accused her of sharing blasphemous messages and caricatures on WhatsApp. She says it’s the man’s vendetta after she rejected his advances.
The export director of a company in Sialkot, Pakistan, was accused of having offended Prophet Muhammad. Hundreds watched, chanted, and took pictures.
Few realize that in the Pakistani Penal Code the minimum age for criminal responsibility in 7. A Hindu boy may face death penalty.
The ubiquitous anti-blasphemy laws are used to threaten women activists with the death penalty, using fabricated evidence.