The next Asia Bibi – Shagufta Kauser faces execution

Jul 23, 2019 by

PETITION from Caroline Farrow, CitizenGo: Asia Bibi may have been released but did you know that her old prison cell is being occupied by another persecuted Christian woman, who like Asia has been injustly imprisoned for 5 years on fake blasphemy charges and who also faces the death penalty?! The woman’s name is Shagufta Kauser and she and her disabled husband Shafqat Masih are accused of sending blasphemous text messages to a Muslim cleric despite the fact that both of them are...

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Poland declares itself ‘LGBT Free’ as gay parades turn blasphemous

Jul 19, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest: The U.S. ambassador to Poland has become embroiled in the battle between militant homosexual campaigners and traditionalist Catholics after tweeting her support for the gay lobby on Thursday, as anti-Catholic blasphemy by LGBT activists continues to escalate before the fall general elections. Over 30 town councils in Poland declared themselves “free from LGBT ideology” after anti-Catholic LGBT parades blasphemed the Blessed Sacrament and the icon of the Black...

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Britain’s Back-Door Blasphemy Law

Jun 8, 2019 by

by Soeren Kern, Gatestone Institute: Days after the British government rejected its preferred official definition of Islamophobia, the Muslim Council of Britain, the biggest Islamic organization in Britain, called for the ruling Conservative Party to be officially investigated for Islamophobia. The dispute revolves around an effort by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on British Muslims, a cross-party formation of around two-dozen MPs in the British Parliament, to institutionalize the...

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Blasphemy Case: Islamic Authorities congratulate the European Court of Human Rights

Mar 11, 2019 by

by Grégor Puppinck, European Centre for Law & Justice: Al-Azhar University and Pakistan welcome the recent decision of the European Court of Human Rights regarding blasphemy against Muhammad; it allows them to justify their own repression of freedom of expression in religious matters. If one needed any more arguments to convince the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) of the necessity to retry the Austrian case of blasphemy against Muhammad, the highest Islamic authorities may have just...

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Asia Bibi Pakistan’s notorious blasphemy case

Feb 1, 2019 by

from BBC News: Asia Bibi was dragged out of her house, beaten, and arrested in front of an angry mob.  Accused of blasphemy, she would never return to her village. After a decade-long ordeal, Asia is finally free. Asia Bibi left the home she shared with her husband and children and headed for the fields. The village of Ittanwala, some 40 miles south-east of Lahore, is surrounded by green fields and fruit orchards. It is one of the most fertile in the Punjab. Like many of the women in the...

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European Court of Human Rights Promotes Human Wrongs

Jan 5, 2019 by

by Tommaso Virgili, Gatestone Institute: October 26 marked a historic day for Ireland, where citizens, in a national referendum, overwhelmingly voted to repeal the country’s blasphemy law. Blasphemy remains a serious offence in many parts of the world, in some Muslim countries even requiring the death penalty. More astonishing is that even some European countries are criminalizing “defamation of religion”. Recently, an actor was detained in Spain for failing to appear in...

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