Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it’s a tool to punish ‘blasphemers’

Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it

On 7 July, Facebook’s vice-president of public policy, Joel Kaplan, met with Khan to discuss the government’s demand that Facebook either remove blasphemous content or be blocked in the country.

Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it

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Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it

Jul 30, 2017 · Now it’s a tool to punish ‘blasphemers’ Category: Freedom of Religion , Freedom of Speech , MW Taimoor Raza, a 30-year-old Shia Muslim from a “poor but literate” family, was sentenced to death in June by an anti-terrorist court in Pakistan.

Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it

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Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it

Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it’s a tool to punish ‘blasphemers’

Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it

Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it’s a tool to punish ‘blasphemers’ July 21, 2017 cssczp blasphemy , Censorship , counter-terrorism , Facebook , Islam , Pakistan , religion , Social media , social media and blasphemy , social media and islam , South and Central Asia

Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it

Established under British colonial rule, the laws have been criticized by both religious and secular reformers, who argue that they are used to persecute minorities, settle personal scores and stifle debate. In recent months, Pakistan’s interior minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, has increased pressure on Facebook and Twitter to identify individuals suspected of blasphemy.

Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it

Taimoor Raza, a 30-year-old Shia Muslim from a “poor but literate” family, was sentenced to death in June by an anti-terrorist court in Pakistan. His crime? Allegedly insulting the prophet Muhammad on Facebook. It occurred during an online debate with a man who turned out to …

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The Guardian reports, “Facebook was where Pakistan could debate religion. Now it’s a tool to punish ‘blasphemers’ ” “Until recently, social media afforded a measure of privacy where you could discuss the hypocrisy of people whose behavior was loathsome but who wore the thick garb of piety,” said Pervez Hoodbhoy, a prominent academic and activist.