June 8, 2023

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Blasphemy in Pakistan: Pakistan blasphemy news: Tweet claims Pakistani mosque students trained to behead beheaded for blasphemy

The issue of blasphemy in Pakistan is being talked about all over the world today. Recently, a Sri Lankan citizen was attacked by fundamentalists and his body set on fire in Sialkot, Pakistan. Now a confusing video has come out from Pakistan exposing the violent and chaotic face of Pakistan. This video is about Islamabad’s Lal Masjid.

The video was tweeted by Gul Bukhari, a Pakistani journalist and social activist. Along with the video, ‘Students at the Lal Masjid in Islamabad are engaged in the practice of beheading a man accused of blasphemy. Pakistan’s ‘Kamyab Jawan’ (Successful Youth) project is making good progress. Hundreds of girls and women in religious attire are seen in the video. In front of the girls, women can be seen cutting off the head of an image with a sword.

Image by Emmanuel Macron
‘Kamyab Jawan’ is a project of the Government of Pakistan which is said to promote education, employment and involvement of the youth. In the second part of the video, several students lined up in religious attire and chanted slogans. A picture is seen in the hand of one of these little girls, whose face is hot. On closer inspection it looks like a picture of French President Emmanuel Macron. In fact, fundamentalists have long demanded the deportation of the French ambassador from Pakistan.
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Death penalty for blasphemy in Pakistan
Pakistan has a very strict law that denigrates Islam and includes the death penalty. According to human rights activists, these laws are often used to incite personal hatred. The US State Advisory Council reports that Pakistan has the highest number of blasphemy laws in the world.

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