LAHORE/ KARACHI, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Angry protesters attacked and occupied a mosque belonging to the minority Ahmadi sect in northeastern Pakistan on ...
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The question that must be asked in the aftermath of the latest incident revolving around Pakistan's blasphemy law is: Why are no Muslim spiritual leaders speaking out against the violence that Muslim mobs perpetrate under cover of the law?
At the hands of extremism, Pakistan's history is littered with assassinations and untimely deaths of its most dynamic leaders. Each has transitioned Pakistan's identity away from its origin.
We refuse to see the larger story and context in which elite actors in Pakistan all play a game yelling at each other while the ordinary person struggling to feed his/her family watches from afar.
By Anto Akkara
Religion News Service
BANGALORE, India -- Church officials in Pakistan say the assassination of Salman Taseer, an outspoken critic of...
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