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News Night with Talaat-Blasphemy Law in Pakistan-Part-3

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Published on Dec 1, 2010

Today discussion with Sherry Rehman, Prof .Ibrahim and Hina Jillani about existing Blasphemy laws in Pakistan. Are they discriminatory laws? Are we using only to oppress minorities? Are we seriously thinking they should be amended or just want political mileage? What is the thinking of religious parties or the people who want to repeal? Will we be able to prevent the misuse of these laws?

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mubahil ahmad
she is right 100%
fahd090078601
all of these women must be killed..jazakallah khaer 
saifys
TALAAT SAHEB, PLEASE ALLOT EQUAL TIME FOR THE PARTICIPANTS, AND CONTROL & MANAGE IT. THESE 2 WOMEN ARE REAL BIG-MOUTH. ONCE AGAIN PLEASE MANAGE AND CONTROL DISCUSSION PROCEDURE, Mr. TALAAT.
Tony Broncos
How come when the Taliban blew up the statues of Buddha did not get death penalty for blasphemy of Buddha religion? The religion of Peace does not have the forgiveness for all those Kafirs who do not believe in its tenet. If you are the religion of the PEACE then how come you can create laws to punish people (even death) just for their thoughts, even though the blasphemous might be directly criticizing the Prophet or the bible. Where is tolerance? There is no PEACE without TOLERANCE, Wake UP.
Nazli Siddiqui
These molvis are blind and retarded. They don't talk reason. Jahilon ke sardar
AdmiralPrice
@amnajalal I think this is very pertinent in this situation: in Salman Rushdie's case, he wrote a thinly veiled piece of propaganda. In Asia BiBi's case, if she did indeed to tauhine risalat, she was provoked into it by the Muslims around her. In the first case, the man should be barred entry into the country and hanged if he does. In the second, she should get off with an apology and fine, and her abusers should be punished as well. They are the real gustakhe-rasool 
AdmiralPrice
@amnajalal That is, a person like Salman Rushdie, who wrote a thinly veiled attack on the person, character, and nobility of the Prophet (SAW) is treated like Asia Bibi, a person who was (allegedly) abused, discriminated against, and made miserable until she (allegedly) did tauhine risalat. There is a hadith where the Prophet (SAW) told his companions not to curse their own fathers. They said how would one do such a thing? He (SAW) replied by cursing someone else's father, they will curse yours.
AdmiralPrice
@amnajalal There are two accounts of the Prophet (SAW) assassinating or executing a poet/person who was spreading lies about him/talking bad about him, one even after fathe makah. This is not because his person was hurt, obviously, but because of his high status (SAW) and the importance of protecting it. That being said, the biggest problem with modern day Pakistan's blasphemy laws is that there is no gradation in them (con't)
AdmiralPrice
@amnajalal ummm, how about the poet that the Prophet (SAW) had assassinated for writing poetry against him? 
Israr Ahmed
ab bach k dkhao sheeereeeen!
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