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Pakistan's profane blasphemy laws

11 August 2021

11:21 AM

11 August 2021

11:21 AM

An eight-year-old Hindu boy is currently in custody in the southern Punjab. He is the youngest person in Pakistan to be charged with blasphemy. The boy, accused of urinating in a local madrassa, was released last week on bail — in retaliation, a Muslim mob vandalised a local Hindu temple.

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