Get more than a peek at some of the featured interviews and articles from our special report examining the case of Aasiya Bibi.
“Scholars of varying sects agree with the death penalty for blasphemy,” says Mairaj-ul-Huda Siddiqui, Amir of the JI in Karachi.
Between 1980 and 2009, over 960 people have been charged with blasphemy in Pakistan.
Locals lament that the murder of two Christians in Faisalabad is hardly surprising as the city has a long history of religious intolerance – and it is getting worse.
What segment of our society do you most blame for the public beating and murder of two boys in Sialkot on August 15?
Looking Back on the Facebook ban: Pakistan is not the only country in the world with blasphemy laws, but they are the only ones who seem to be using them, as was obvious from the Facebook ban.
Does the Deputy Attorney General think a legal case will gain traction and Zuckerberg will be extradited to Pakistan to face a Pakistani court?
“When things are simmering, nobody wants to take a position,” Babar Sattar, an Islamabad-based lawyer.
Pakistani Citizens Against Internet Censorship and Intimidation say that they have not violated the Constitution of Pakistan or committed blasphemy in any way as they have never shown any disrespect towards Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).