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Pakistani police charge 23 people with being part of a mob that murdered a blasphemy suspect

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By RIAZ KHAN

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Must be stressful to live somewhere where just an accusation can mean being visited by Dark Age mob justice. Are some people not confident in their deity’s ability to mete out adequate judgement and punishment?

Un grupo de residentes locales en el lugar donde una turba mató y quemó a un hombre al que acusó de profanar un Corán, en Madyan, en la provincia Khyber Pakhtunkhwa del este de Pakistán, el 21 de junio del 2024.

Random Spanish practice?

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The US liberals love Pakistan, but most of them will stay silent on such news articles.

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EvilBuddhaToday 10:31 am JST

The US liberals love Pakistan, but most of them will stay silent on such news articles.

They stay silent on Indian's barbarism, too, so fair on both sides.

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India's

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They stay silent on Indian's barbarism, too, so fair on both sides.

Nope, the pseudo-liberal racists would have converged on here had a similar incident happened in India. Their fake concern about human rights is only evident in case of certain countries.

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I struggle to connect the Pakistani people I know, dated, worked with to this story.

Seems that the poorly educated are the people who do these terrible things. That seems like a common issue world wide. Poor education leads to superstitious beliefs..

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I struggle to connect the Pakistani people I know, dated, worked with to this story.

Seems that the poorly educated are the people who do these terrible things.

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the 9/11 mastermind who was a Pakistani, was a mechanical engineer who completed his graduate degree in the US.

Poor people might be more susceptible to being influenced by extremism all over the world, but in the case of one particular religion it's not just limited to poor people.

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