Pakistan’s blasphemy law is the occasion of massive human rights abuses. It is routinely used to victimize innocent people. Those who are not convicted are often lynched. But the world yawns: no “Islamophobia” is being committed, so what’s the big deal?
“Eleven Christians Including A Pastor Accused Of Blasphemy In Islamabad,” Christians in Pakistan, December 22, 2014:
According to details, eleven Christians all resident of the Capital. These eleven include a pastor who have been allegedly accused of committing blasphemy by a women namely Naseem Bibi. As witnesses reveal the accuser Naseem Bibi has made these allegation based over a personal dispute. Naseem Bibi formerly a Christian converted to Islam 20 years back and married a Muslim man. She was reportedly denounced by local Christians and in reaction she heaved blasphemy allegations over these eleven Christians.
The complainant Naseem Bibi has told the police that Pastor Karamat Masih and 50 other Christians stormed into her home, harassed and threatened her. The police had hooked four of the accused Christians who are now in police custody.
Pakistani Christians activist and lawyer Sardar Mushtaq Gill reported to Fides saying, “There are always more and more frequent cases where the blasphemy law is used to target religious minorities or to settle cases of disputes and private rivalries, or simply as an instrument of blackmail. The State must arrest and condemn those who formula false accusations”.