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Topic: Asia Bibi

Shahbaz Bhatti was a hero of the Catholic faith, a martyr by whose courage we should be inspired

But the chances for reform of the Pakistani blasphemy laws are now looking slim

Pakistani Christian leader: death threats won’t stop me speaking out

Shahbaz Bhatti, the first Christian to hold a cabinet post in Pakistan, vows to continue opposing blasphemy law despite threats

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Pakistan’s president ‘wants to abolish blasphemy law’, says cardinal

Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran made the comment after meeting President Zardari in Pakistan

Can there be dialogue with Islam without religious freedom?

The case of Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian sentenced to death for blasphemy, raises the question whether there can be dialogue with Islam if there is no religious freedom

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If we’re going to give Pakistan all those billions, it should repeal its blasphemy laws now

If Ireland has to accept external interference for economic aid, why not Pakistan?

Pope calls for release of Christian woman sentenced to death

Pope Benedict XVI expresses ‘spiritual closeness’ to 37-year-old woman convicted on charges of blasphemy in Pakistan

Pope calls for release of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman sentenced to death in Pakistan

Pope Benedict XVI asks that the Pakistani government release Asia Bibi and expresses his spiritual closeness to her and her family