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Published on Sep 3, 2012
Hafiz Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi, the cleric who heads the 'clerics council' in Pakistan was recently dubbed as a 'moderate' and allegedly working to better the wrongs done by Pakistan's infamous blasphemy law. Well, here Ashrafi blasts and promises to teach lessons to anyone, who would want to change the blasphemy related laws and the laws concerning Ahmadis. Ironically, Ashrafi threats the then Minorities Minister in Pakistan, Shahbaz Bhatti who was later murdered for trying to change the blasphemy laws. Despite the clear life threats made, Mullah Ashrafi was never questioned for the death of Shahbaz Bahatti, a murder that remains mostly unsolved to this day.