Och till detta land ska Migrationsverket avvisa Khalid Saeed, som öppet har sagt att han inte tror på Gud eller islam.
There’s no shortage of reminders nowadays of how dangerous Pakistan has become. … Even sitting for a school exam comes with risks.
[…A] Christian Grade 8 student named Faryal Bhatti has been accused of blasphemy after making a spelling mistake on a test,…
Felstavningen bestod i att eleven istället för نعت (na’at) skrev لعنت (la’nat).
“We live in dangerous times,” one Lahore-based scholar told the Star recently. “The threat of someone accusing you of blasphemy is like the Salem witch trials. They kill you first and ask if you’re guilty later.”
…Bhatti … misspelled a word in Urdu in a poem written to celebrate the Prophet Muhammad. Instead of the word “Naat,” which meant a poem of praise, Bhatti … instead wrote the word “Laanat,” which means curse.
Bhatti’s teacher reportedly beat her in front of her class….
När nyheten spreds hetsade… förlåt, rådde mullorna befolkningen att protestera på gatorna.
Bhatti should be expelled, they demanded, and her family evicted from their home. Protestors chanted slogans against the student, her family, and Christianity, …. Her case was a “conspiracy against Islam,” clerics said in Friday sermons, ….
Bhatti bad om ursäkt och sa att hon inte hade felstavat med flit.
“I am still unclear of Faryal Bhatti’s intentions,” Maulana Syed Ejaz Ali, a cleric from the Jamia Masjid reportedly told the meeting. “The eyes filled with tears show her innocence, but her dot made the word derogatory and this is a good enough reason for a consequence and she should never in her life dare to think anything against Islam.”