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Death Penalty News: Pakistan: No mercy for brothers accused of blasphemy

25.9.15

Death Penalty News: Pakistan: No mercy for brothers accused of blasphemy: In his order, additional district and sessions judge had said that the accused did not deserve leniency. “They are not only accused under section 295-C but also have no belief in Allah Almighty or his prophet Muhammad PBUH”. He said they had tried to create unrest in the society and had injured the sentiments of Muslims. He further said: “such people are trying to establish a new faith so as to harm Islam…which is no less than an atomic bomb for Islam”.

He said it was better to nip the evil in the bud and sentenced them to death under Section 295-C of the PPC. They were also fined Rs500,000 and in case of non-payment would have to undergo rigorous imprisonment for five years.


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