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The law criminalises activities such as sending text messages without the receiver’s consent or criticising government actions on social media with fines and long-term imprisonment. Online criticism of the country, its courts, and the armed forces is also banned under the law.
At the hospital, classmates of Sharoon told family members that student Ahmed Raza started a fight with Sharoon because the Christian had drunk water from a glass used by all students – an act Muslims may hold in disdain as they regard Christians as “unclean”.
The church statement claims that it was unanimously agreed during the meeting with the three PML-N lawmakers that Maryam would only express her appreciation for Christian missionary schools during her speech.
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“Edhi Sahib’s condition got critical in the day while undergoing a scheduled dialysis process after which the doctors decided to shift him on a ventilator. He is too old and weak for a kidney transplant,” said Edhi’s son, Faisal Edhi.
Anjum Naz Sindhu, 65-year-old owner of a prominent chain of schools in Gujranwala, received the death sentence following conviction for blasphemy – as did the two men convicted of blackmailing him
So far 248 members have been killed because of their faith; 323 have been the victim of attempted murder; 27 worship places have been demolished; 32 have been sealed by the authorities and 16 illegally appropriated; 39 graves have been desecrated and the bodies of 65 have been refused burial in joint cemeteries. As a result, Ahmadis face insecurity in both life and death, the report said.
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Violent clashes erupted between police and a charged Muslim mob following reports that a “mentally challenged” Christian man had allegedly burnt the Holy Quran in Lahore’s Glushan Ravi area on Sunday evening.
Nauman Masih, 14, was allegedly attacked by two masked men ‘who had come out of a local mosque after offering Friday prayers’
The report, drawn up by the main Ahmadi community group, claimed a link between inflammatory media coverage and violence.