Pakistan sentences Christian man to death for 'blasphemous texts'



Asif Pervaiz, 37, who has been in custody since 2013, given death penalty for sending 'blasphemous' text messages.

Islamabad, Pakistan - A court in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore has sentenced a Christian man to death for having committed "blasphemy", his lawyer says, in the latest case of Pakistan's strict religious laws being applied against minorities.


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