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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2019 11:57 am
 


Pakistani Islamists clash with police during protest demanding Christian woman accused of blasphemy is hanged, as lawyer suggests she may already have fled to Canada

Hard-line Islamist protesters threw bricks at riot officers and smashed up police vehicles in Karachi, Pakistan
Tehreek-e-Labbaik party held demonstrations against decision to acquit Christian Asia Bibi of blasphemy
Bibi spent eight years on Pakistan's death row after being found guilty of insulting Prophet Mohammed
But her lawyer suggested earlier in the day that she had 'united with her family', who are living in Canada

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... ittal.html

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Fighter wrote:
I am not happy with this development....May be we need more time to control our idiots.

She should have lived in Pakistan.

Anyway, I hope she lives in Peace and starts new life


What, and miss all the Islamists trying to kill her ?

Yeah, there's a real good idea. :roll:


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2019 12:05 pm
 


To be fair, they look very happy.


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Fighter wrote:
I am not happy with this development....May be we need more time to control our idiots.

She should have lived in Pakistan.

Anyway, I hope she lives in Peace and starts new life

She'd be dead.


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Pakistani Islamists clash with police during protest demanding Christian woman accused of blasphemy is hanged, as lawyer suggests she may already have fled to Canada

Hard-line Islamist protesters threw bricks at riot officers and smashed up police vehicles in Karachi, Pakistan
Tehreek-e-Labbaik party held demonstrations against decision to acquit Christian Asia Bibi of blasphemy
Bibi spent eight years on Pakistan's death row after being found guilty of insulting Prophet Mohammed
But her lawyer suggested earlier in the day that she had 'united with her family', who are living in Canada

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... ittal.html

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Fighter wrote:
I am not happy with this development....May be we need more time to control our idiots.

She should have lived in Pakistan.

Anyway, I hope she lives in Peace and starts new life


What, and miss all the Islamists trying to kill her ?

Yeah, there's a real good idea. :roll:


You guys overestimate these nuts. Pakistanis are not a joke. Islamists never came into Power in Pakistan

Read this....

Pakistan protests over acquitted Christian woman fizzle out


KARACHI, Pakistan — Pakistani police have fired tear gas and wielded batons to disperse a rally by Islamic radicals in the southern port city of Karachi against the acquittal of a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy.

But despite the Karachi violence, nationwide rallies the extremists had called for on Friday against Aasia Bibi’s freedom mostly fizzled.

Bibi had spent eight years on death row on charges of insulting the Prophet Muhammad.

Tehreek-e-Labbaik party, which petitioned the Supreme Court to reverse its Oct. 31 acquittal of Bibi, had called for new rallies after the top court this week threw out its petition.

It had also urged businesses and transport operators to strike but the call was ignored.

There were scatterings of small rallies against Bibi in northwestern Pakistan and the capital, Islamabad.

The Associated Press

https://www.news957.com/world/2019/02/01/pakistan-protests-over-acquitted-christian-woman-fizzle-out/


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2019 12:27 pm
 


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You guys overestimate these nuts.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2019 12:32 pm
 


Fighter wrote:
Tricks wrote:
Fighter wrote:
I am not happy with this development....May be we need more time to control our idiots.

She should have lived in Pakistan.

Anyway, I hope she lives in Peace and starts new life

She'd be dead.


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Pakistani Islamists clash with police during protest demanding Christian woman accused of blasphemy is hanged, as lawyer suggests she may already have fled to Canada

Hard-line Islamist protesters threw bricks at riot officers and smashed up police vehicles in Karachi, Pakistan
Tehreek-e-Labbaik party held demonstrations against decision to acquit Christian Asia Bibi of blasphemy
Bibi spent eight years on Pakistan's death row after being found guilty of insulting Prophet Mohammed
But her lawyer suggested earlier in the day that she had 'united with her family', who are living in Canada

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... ittal.html

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Fighter wrote:
I am not happy with this development....May be we need more time to control our idiots.

She should have lived in Pakistan.

Anyway, I hope she lives in Peace and starts new life


What, and miss all the Islamists trying to kill her ?

Yeah, there's a real good idea. :roll:


You guys overestimate these nuts. Pakistanis are not a joke. Islamists never came into Power in Pakistan

Read this....

Pakistan protests over acquitted Christian woman fizzle out


KARACHI, Pakistan — Pakistani police have fired tear gas and wielded batons to disperse a rally by Islamic radicals in the southern port city of Karachi against the acquittal of a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy.

But despite the Karachi violence, nationwide rallies the extremists had called for on Friday against Aasia Bibi’s freedom mostly fizzled.

Bibi had spent eight years on death row on charges of insulting the Prophet Muhammad.

Tehreek-e-Labbaik party, which petitioned the Supreme Court to reverse its Oct. 31 acquittal of Bibi, had called for new rallies after the top court this week threw out its petition.

It had also urged businesses and transport operators to strike but the call was ignored.

There were scatterings of small rallies against Bibi in northwestern Pakistan and the capital, Islamabad.

The Associated Press

https://www.news957.com/world/2019/02/01/pakistan-protests-over-acquitted-christian-woman-fizzle-out/


I'm sorry but this is why the protests fizzled out and it has nothing to do with the crazies finally having an epiphany about their immoral and repugnant behaviour.

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Pakistan's authorities have struck a deal with a hard-line Islamist party to end a protest over the acquittal of a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy.

As part of the deal, proceedings will begin to bar Asia Bibi from leaving the country.

The government will also not prevent protesters legally challenging the Supreme Court decision to release her.


https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-46080067

The truth is that they thought they'd be able to kill this woman at will because she couldn't leave the country. Unfortunately for them the Pakistani Gov't aren't idiots and could see what they were up to and decided that letting her go and putting up with protests was the lesser of two evils.

You guys have a problem with the radicals in your country and at some point this divisive issues between your constitution and Sharia Law is going to come to a head. So here's hoping the sane portion of the country wins out because what the world doesn't need is another radical Islamic country ruled by Sharia law.


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And this is why they fizzled out and it has nothing to do with the crazies finally having an epiphany about their immoral and repugnant actions.

Pakistan's authorities have struck a deal with a hard-line Islamist party to end a protest over the acquittal of a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy.

As part of the deal, proceedings will begin to bar Asia Bibi from leaving the country.

The government will also not prevent protesters legally challenging the Supreme Court decision to release her.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-46080067


When did right wingers in any part of world got some sense and abolished craziness? Pakistan is no exception.

You are not updated on this issue

Yes...Following deal got struck :)

Khadim Rizvi, other TLP leaders charged with treason, terrorism


SLAMABAD: The government has decided to take legal action against the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) and booked its top leadership under treason and terrorism charges, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry said on Saturday.

"The government has decided to take legal action against leaders of the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan. Therefore, Khadim Hussain Rizvi, the leader of the TLP, has been charged under terrorism and treason laws at the Civil Lines Police station in Lahore," Chaudhry told reporters in Lahore.

"Afzal Hussain Qadri, who is the second most important TLP leader, has been charged over treason and terrorism allegations in Gujrat," he said.

Another TLP leader, Inayatul Haq Shah, has been charged under treason and anti-terrorism laws in Rawalpindi while Hafiz Farooqul Hassan also been charged under similiar laws, Chaudhry added.

Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan party led countrywide protests last month against the Supreme Court's acquittal of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman facing blasphemy charges. The days-long protests paralysed routine life in major cities of the country.

Police had already taken top TLP leaders including Rizvi into protective custody later last month when they refused to withdraw their call for yet another protest in Rawalpindi's Liaquat Bagh on November 25.

More than 3,000 detained
Speaking at a press conference in Islamabad, Chaudhry said that citizens had a right to protest but they should remain within the limits permitted by the Constitution of Pakistan.

The information minister said that vehicles were stopped and set on fire, while fruit vendors were looted during the protests which resulted in losses worth tens of millions of rupees.

"Other people who were directly involved in destruction of properties, insulting women and snatching their purses, burning buses, have been charged in terrorism cases," he said, saying more than 3,000 people had been arrested in connection with the TLP protests.

Chaudhry said the government had taken a total of 2,899 people into custody from Punjab, as well as 139 persons from Sindh and 126 from Islamabad in the crackdown against the TLP.

He said that those who brought harm to the lives and livelihood of the people would be dealt with an iron fist, and that cases under terrorism laws would also be filed against those protesters who disrespected women or were involved in arson and damaged public property.

Chaudhry said that all political and religious parties were taken into confidence over the cases filed against the TLP leadership.

He said that the state cannot tolerate and stay silent on any protest which exceeds the boundaries permitted by the law.

The Tehreek-Labaik Pakistan party led furious protests after the Supreme Court overturned the death penalty for Asia Bibi in October. Demonstrators blocked major roads in protest, burning cars and buses, and leaving large swathes of the country paralysed.

Rizvi was detained on November 24 after police launched a crackdown on hundreds of his supporters in Punjab province and the port city of Karachi.

The government signed an agreement with the protesters at that time to bring about a quick end to protests – but launched a crackdown a few weeks later when the TLP threatened to launch another protest.

https://www.geo.tv/latest/220358-tlp-chief-khadim-rizvi-booked-under-treason-terrorism-charges-info-minister


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2019 3:27 pm
 


At least there's a few cooler heads in charge in Pakistan who knew enough to get Bibi the heck out of the country.

If the woman had been handed over to the mob by the government then the inevitable sanctions against Pakistan would have been disastrous to the economy.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2019 4:12 pm
 


Freakinoldguy wrote:
I'm sorry but this is why the protests fizzled out and it has nothing to do with the crazies finally having an epiphany about their immoral and repugnant behaviour.

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Pakistan's authorities have struck a deal with a hard-line Islamist party to end a protest over the acquittal of a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy.

As part of the deal, proceedings will begin to bar Asia Bibi from leaving the country.

The government will also not prevent protesters legally challenging the Supreme Court decision to release her.


https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-46080067

The truth is that they thought they'd be able to kill this woman at will because she couldn't leave the country. Unfortunately for them the Pakistani Gov't aren't idiots and could see what they were up to and decided that letting her go and putting up with protests was the lesser of two evils.

You guys have a problem with the radicals in your country and at some point this divisive issues between your constitution and Sharia Law is going to come to a head. So here's hoping the sane portion of the country wins out because what the world doesn't need is another radical Islamic country ruled by Sharia law.

Might want to check the date on your news story and on Fighters. The two are unrelated.


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Fighter wrote:
You guys overestimate these nuts. Pakistanis are not a joke. Islamists never came into Power in Pakistan

Read this....

Pakistan protests over acquitted Christian woman fizzle out


KARACHI, Pakistan — Pakistani police have fired tear gas and wielded batons to disperse a rally by Islamic radicals in the southern port city of Karachi against the acquittal of a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy.

But despite the Karachi violence, nationwide rallies the extremists had called for on Friday against Aasia Bibi’s freedom mostly fizzled.

Bibi had spent eight years on death row on charges of insulting the Prophet Muhammad.

Tehreek-e-Labbaik party, which petitioned the Supreme Court to reverse its Oct. 31 acquittal of Bibi, had called for new rallies after the top court this week threw out its petition.

It had also urged businesses and transport operators to strike but the call was ignored.

There were scatterings of small rallies against Bibi in northwestern Pakistan and the capital, Islamabad.

The Associated Press

https://www.news957.com/world/2019/02/01/pakistan-protests-over-acquitted-christian-woman-fizzle-out/

It doesn't take a mob to kill someone.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2019 10:50 pm
 


Fighter wrote:

You guys overestimate these nuts. Pakistanis are not a joke. Islamists never came into Power in Pakistan


Sure thing buddy.


Pakistan[b] (Urdu: پاکِستان‬‎), officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (Urdu: اِسلامی جمہوریہ پاکِستان‬‎), is a country in South Asia.


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Fighter wrote:
Freakinoldguy wrote:

And this is why they fizzled out and it has nothing to do with the crazies finally having an epiphany about their immoral and repugnant actions.

Pakistan's authorities have struck a deal with a hard-line Islamist party to end a protest over the acquittal of a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy.

As part of the deal, proceedings will begin to bar Asia Bibi from leaving the country.

The government will also not prevent protesters legally challenging the Supreme Court decision to release her.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-46080067


When did right wingers in any part of world got some sense and abolished craziness? Pakistan is no exception.

You are not updated on this issue

Yes...Following deal got struck :)

Khadim Rizvi, other TLP leaders charged with treason, terrorism


SLAMABAD: The government has decided to take legal action against the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) and booked its top leadership under treason and terrorism charges, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry said on Saturday.

"The government has decided to take legal action against leaders of the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan. Therefore, Khadim Hussain Rizvi, the leader of the TLP, has been charged under terrorism and treason laws at the Civil Lines Police station in Lahore," Chaudhry told reporters in Lahore.

"Afzal Hussain Qadri, who is the second most important TLP leader, has been charged over treason and terrorism allegations in Gujrat," he said.

Another TLP leader, Inayatul Haq Shah, has been charged under treason and anti-terrorism laws in Rawalpindi while Hafiz Farooqul Hassan also been charged under similiar laws, Chaudhry added.

Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan party led countrywide protests last month against the Supreme Court's acquittal of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman facing blasphemy charges. The days-long protests paralysed routine life in major cities of the country.

Police had already taken top TLP leaders including Rizvi into protective custody later last month when they refused to withdraw their call for yet another protest in Rawalpindi's Liaquat Bagh on November 25.

More than 3,000 detained
Speaking at a press conference in Islamabad, Chaudhry said that citizens had a right to protest but they should remain within the limits permitted by the Constitution of Pakistan.

The information minister said that vehicles were stopped and set on fire, while fruit vendors were looted during the protests which resulted in losses worth tens of millions of rupees.

"Other people who were directly involved in destruction of properties, insulting women and snatching their purses, burning buses, have been charged in terrorism cases," he said, saying more than 3,000 people had been arrested in connection with the TLP protests.

Chaudhry said the government had taken a total of 2,899 people into custody from Punjab, as well as 139 persons from Sindh and 126 from Islamabad in the crackdown against the TLP.

He said that those who brought harm to the lives and livelihood of the people would be dealt with an iron fist, and that cases under terrorism laws would also be filed against those protesters who disrespected women or were involved in arson and damaged public property.

Chaudhry said that all political and religious parties were taken into confidence over the cases filed against the TLP leadership.

He said that the state cannot tolerate and stay silent on any protest which exceeds the boundaries permitted by the law.

The Tehreek-Labaik Pakistan party led furious protests after the Supreme Court overturned the death penalty for Asia Bibi in October. Demonstrators blocked major roads in protest, burning cars and buses, and leaving large swathes of the country paralysed.

Rizvi was detained on November 24 after police launched a crackdown on hundreds of his supporters in Punjab province and the port city of Karachi.

The government signed an agreement with the protesters at that time to bring about a quick end to protests – but launched a crackdown a few weeks later when the TLP threatened to launch another protest.

https://www.geo.tv/latest/220358-tlp-chief-khadim-rizvi-booked-under-treason-terrorism-charges-info-minister


Good. It's time the Pakistani Gov't took a real stand against the radicals. Now the only trick will be to get this guy to trial and put him away without the country tearing itself apart. But it is definitely a step in the right direction for the gov't to regain control of the entire country. Now all they have to do is figure out a strategy that will work in the lawless tribal areas.


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Tricks wrote:
Fighter wrote:
You guys overestimate these nuts. Pakistanis are not a joke. Islamists never came into Power in Pakistan

Read this....

Pakistan protests over acquitted Christian woman fizzle out


KARACHI, Pakistan — Pakistani police have fired tear gas and wielded batons to disperse a rally by Islamic radicals in the southern port city of Karachi against the acquittal of a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy.

But despite the Karachi violence, nationwide rallies the extremists had called for on Friday against Aasia Bibi’s freedom mostly fizzled.

Bibi had spent eight years on death row on charges of insulting the Prophet Muhammad.

Tehreek-e-Labbaik party, which petitioned the Supreme Court to reverse its Oct. 31 acquittal of Bibi, had called for new rallies after the top court this week threw out its petition.

It had also urged businesses and transport operators to strike but the call was ignored.

There were scatterings of small rallies against Bibi in northwestern Pakistan and the capital, Islamabad.

The Associated Press

https://www.news957.com/world/2019/02/01/pakistan-protests-over-acquitted-christian-woman-fizzle-out/

It doesn't take a mob to kill someone.


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Good. It's time the Pakistani Gov't took a real stand against the radicals. Now the only trick will be to get this guy to trial and put him away without the country tearing itself apart. But it is definitely a step in the right direction for the gov't to regain control of the entire country. Now all they have to do is figure out a strategy that will work in the lawless tribal areas.


Tribal areas are all good and being merged into mainstream...They are not lawless anymore...LEA's are there along with army and building wall with border of Afghanistan.

NA passes 'historic' Fata, K-P merger bill

ISLAMABAD: In a ‘historic’ move, the National Assembly on Thursday voted in favour of a constitutional amendment to merge the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) with Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P).

https://tribune.com.pk/story/1717822/1-imran-khan-likely-attend-na-session-k-p-fata-merger/


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At least there's a few cooler heads in charge in Pakistan who knew enough to get Bibi the heck out of the country.

If the woman had been handed over to the mob by the government then the inevitable sanctions against Pakistan would have been disastrous to the economy.


Why would Government hand over her to the mob? :)


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