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EU agreement threatens freedom of religion and freedom of the press by censoring critical internet posts

EU agreement threatens freedom of religion and freedom of the press by censoring critical internet posts

By • on June 15, 2016

The EU has just announced an agreement with major internet providers such as Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft under which material deemed to be “hate speech” will be removed from the internet within 24 hours. However, we have serious concerns that the definition of hate speech is so vague it could effectively censor anything deemed politically incorrect,

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Save Muhammad Asghar – Oppose Blasphemy Laws, Oppose Human Rights Abuses in Pakistan

Save Muhammad Asghar – Oppose Blasphemy Laws, Oppose Human Rights Abuses in Pakistan

By • on February 15, 2014

We found THIS following petition, by Caroline Lynch, at the Change.org

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Petition Against Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws

Petition Against Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws

By • on December 27, 2013

If you are a British citizen or a resident in the UK (you normally live in the UK) please consider signing this petition (link at bottom of this page and HERE). The

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Pakistan Blasphemy Law Getting Even Worse

Pakistan Blasphemy Law Getting Even Worse

By • on December 5, 2013

According to an article in thenews.com.pk a court in Pakistan has moved to ensure that the pushishment for blasphemy in that country will be death rather than life imprisonment.

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Attempt To Use Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws Against Yet Another Innocent Christian: The Case Of Jan Masih

Attempt To Use Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws Against Yet Another Innocent Christian: The Case Of Jan Masih

By • on February 26, 2013

People will read a great deal on the ICLA website about the dangers that are posed by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’s (OIC’s) quest for a global blasphemy law. Blasphemy laws are nothing more than a bully’s charter. Blasphemy laws are a means of forcibly imposing one person’s religious

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