CHRISTIAN, AQUITTED OF BLASHEMY, SHOT TO DEATH IN PAKISTAN’S TOWN OF DANADA

AGI.IT

21:09 05 MAR 2011

(AGI) Rawalpindi – AsiaNews report the killing, in Rawalpindi’s town of Dananda, of a man previously acquitted of blasphemy charges. The man, identified as Mohammad Imran, was charged with blasphemy in April 2009, but subsequently released due to lack of evidence. The charges related to his having insulted the Prophet during a conversation with another person inside a cafe’. Imran was shot to death today. . .

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “CHRISTIAN, AQUITTED OF BLASHEMY, SHOT TO DEATH IN PAKISTAN’S TOWN OF DANADA”

  1. Why would a Christian have a first name like “Mohammad” ? Strange.
    I thought moslems did not “permit” Christians in their lands to have their big honcho’s name.

  2. Could have converted. I know at least one Mohamed who no longer believes Islam is worth the paper the Koran is written on.

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