EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan city is defending a decision to keep an apple grower away from its outdoor market because of his views on same-sex marriage. East Lansing urged a judge to reject an injunction that would force the city to bring Stephen Tennes back to the market. Tennes has said he […]
A call for Pakistan to reform its blasphemy laws
Lawmakers in the mostly-Muslim country are vowing to make changes in the wake of a public lynching.
A university students was murdered by a mob last week for allegedly saying something insulting about Islam or Mohammad.
People convicted under the blasphemy laws can be sentenced to death, but lately local Muslims have been taking the law into their own hands.
Pakistan’s tiny Christian minority is often the victim of blasphemy statutes.
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