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Pakistan: Boy Kills a Jailed Man Who Was Accused of Blasphemy

A teenage Pakistani boy walked into a police station on Friday and shot dead a 65-year-old man accused of blasphemy. The boy, a student in the 10th grade, entered the station in Sharaqpur, 15 miles west of Lahore, wearing a fake police uniform and carrying a gun, the police said.

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Sudan Government Tells Young Christian Woman to Recant or Die

Mariam Yahya Ibrahim Ishag is a 27-year-old woman in Sudan who has been sentenced to the death penalty for the charge of apostasy based on the allegation that she was born a Muslim but has embraced Christianity and then married a Christian man. The Sudanese Alhag Yousif Criminal Court had given her until Thursday to not only recant her belief in Christianity but also abandon her husband, for they call it a criminal act for Mariam to be married to a Christian man. Since she refused to do so, the judge sentenced her to receive 100 lashes for adultery (the court does not recognize her marriage to the Christian man) and to then be hanged to death.

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Muslim women have the right to seek education

As an American Ahmadi Muslim woman who believes in the Messiah, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, India, I condemn this act by the Boko Haram group. This is against the teachings of Islam.

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Teenager kills man accused of blasphemy in Pakistan police station

(Reuters) - A teenager walked into a Pakistani police station on Friday and shot dead a 65-year-old man from a minority sect accused of blasphemy, their spokesman said, the second murder involving the country's controversial blasphemy laws in as many weeks.

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Violence, blasphemy charges against lawyers in Pakistan condemned in United States, Canada

Legal and diplomatic voices are among those condemning both the murder of one human rights lawyer in Pakistan and charges made against other lawyers in connection with blasphemy allegations.

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9/11 museum's Al Qaeda documentary does not tell the truth

I was invited to appear alongside Dinesh D’Souza as a guest on Fox News’ "The Kelly File" on Tuesday night, May 13, to answer the question of why many Muslims and non-Muslims have taken issue with the film “Rise of Al Qaeda,” which is set to air within the new National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York City. 

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Boko Haram’s actions are counter to Islam

As a Muslim, I was shocked to read that a so-called Muslim group in Nigeria, Boko Haram, which literally translates to “Western education [is a] sin,” recently committed the heinous act of abducting more than 200 schoolgirls in the Chibok region. 

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Letter to the editor: Terrorists demean Islam

Boko Haram should pray, “O my Lord, increase me in knowledge”

I was shocked and disturbed when I first read the news that around 200 girls were abducted by some terrorist/extremist group from their dormitories, in Nigeria. The first and foremost thing one can think to help those innocent girls is to pray for them.

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Boko Haram is an insult to Islam

As an educated Muslim woman, I read about Boko Haram’s atrocities with feelings of indescribable pain and utmost disgust.

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