A Pakistani supporter of the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamaat, a hard-line religious party, has a picture of Biblical Christianity in Asia during a protest
Islamabad: A Pakistani lawyer who rescued a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy was abducted on Saturday by threatening his life.
Saif ul Mulook's latest victory saw the release of Asia Bibi, who spent nearly a decade on the deadly line after the Supreme Court withdrew its sentence on Wednesday.
The decision triggered fires in the country where the main roads were blocked by Lahore and Islamabad as religious hardships for the deaths of judges and those who helped save Bibi.
"In the current situation, I can not live in Pakistan," the 62-year-old AFP said before embarking on an airplane in Europe on Saturday morning.
"I have to stay alive, as I still have to fight the fight against Asian Bibi," he said.
Blasphemy is a mass inflammatory charge in the Muslim majority countries of Pakistan where even unsupported allegations of violation of Islam can provoke death to the wake of the vigil.
On Friday evening, the Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistani Party (TLP), which largely led the demonstrations, announced that it would abolish mass protests after reaching an agreement with the government.
According to a five-point agreement signed between AFP by both sides, the government can not object to appeal to the Supreme Court.
When asked about Islamic outcry, Mulook said he was "unlucky but unexpected".
"It is painful for the government to react, they can not execute the country's highest court order," he said, adding that "the struggle for justice must continue".
After the first round of negotiated negotiations, a court hearing will follow Bibi's travel ban and prevent him from leaving the country.
"His life would be more or less the same, either in jail or in solitary confinement," as long as he does not decide on appeal, Mulook said.
The deal was criticized by the local media and the country's oldest newspaper dawn On Saturday he was called an "other handover" in an editorial office.
"Another government, however, has reigned for violent religious extremists who do not believe in democracy or in the constitution," he read.
The TLP, founded in 2015, has been blocking the capital of Islamabad for several weeks in recent years and has called for more stringent enforcement of Pakistani dispute blasphemy laws.
This protest forced the resignation of the Federal lawmaker and prepared the group for more than 2.23 million votes in the general election on July 25, which analysts called a "surprisingly" rapid rise.
Islamabad: Pakistani Islamist group said on Friday that they protested on the acquittal of the Christian woman of Asia Bibi, who faced the blasphemy of the blasphemy charges, bound an agreement with the government to end the three-day protests.
"We reached an agreement with the government," said Ejaz Ashrafi, a spokeswoman for the ultra-Islamist Tehreek-e-Labaik (TLP) group. "The announcement will soon be done by our leadership."
The Supreme Court of Pakistan abolished Bibi's five mother's convictions Wednesday and ordered her to release her. Has been living in the deadly line since 2010, condemned under Pakistan's tough blasphemy laws.
Who is Asia Bibi?
Asia Bibi, whose full name is Asia Noreen, was the second Christian death sentence for Pakistani blasphemy laws Ayub Masih, who appeared in 2002.
Asia's Bibi girls' request for mother's affair – 2010
This has been a major issue since the beginning, widely covered by the international media, as two officials, former Punjab Governor Salman Taseert and a former Biblical Prime Minister, Shahbaz Bhatti (Christian), were both assassinated. Taseer's murderer, Mumtaz Qadri, was assassinated and executed in 2016.
What is the law that you condemned?
Asia Bibi (47) is based on Article 295-C of the Pakistani Criminal Code. He was condemned on the basis of his alleged deception of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The offense involves a mandatory death penalty under the law.
Asia Bibi (L) in 2017
What was Bibi Asia accusing and convicted of?
Asia Bibit On June 14, 2009, the Prophet's (PBUH) defamatory and sarcastic statements have been drawn up against arguments against Muslim women. The prosecution has offered seven witnesses to support blasphemy claims. Two witnesses, the mafia and the asthma, claimed to have heard that Asia allegedly made blasphemous comments and later "confess" statements during the "general assembly". Another witness, a local cleric, Qari Mohammad Salaam, later reported a crime at the police station. After police investigation, he was arrested.
When was the court sentenced?
In November 2010, the negotiating court condemned Asia Bibi for blasphemy and sentenced him to death. In 2015, the Supreme Court suspended the death penalty for appeals.
What was the protection of Asia Bibi?
Asia Bibi stated that on May 14, 2009, he "quarreled" with the mafia and the asma, as he was not able to take the water brought by Asia Bibi because he was a Christian. He claimed to have "exchanged some hot words" during the argument, after both women Qari Mohammad Salaam and his wife prepared blasphemy against him. Asia Bibi also stated that he "held great respect and respect for the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and the Holy Qur'an" and never made the supposed blasphemous remarks.
What did you say about the 2018 judgment of the Court?
Prime Minister of Justice, Mian Saqib Nisar, Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and Judicial Mazhar Alam Khan Miankhel, led three judges to divide Bibi's death sentence.
Members of the Pakistani Christian community share sweets to celebrate the release of Asia Bibi in Multan.
"The prosecutor's office has definitely failed to prove his case without doubt," conclude the tribunal and stated that he could leave the prison immediately if he did not want another case. "Ironically, in the Arabic language, the appellant's name is" guilty "," read the Procurator's Proclamation Asif Khosa's Verdict, "but in the circumstances of the present case, King Shakespeare's words seem like a person," more sin than murder. "
The detailed judgment noted that "It is the duty of the state to ensure that no blasphemy can take place in the country," adding that "… However, it is not the individuals or the assemblies that some kind of act" means blasphemy. "The mandate of the Court may make such a decision on the basis of a thorough investigation and the credible evidence so far."
How many people were executed under Pakistani blasphemy laws?
According to Amnesty International, no one was executed in Pakistan for blasphemy. However, some are expected to be imprisoned while people of different religious backgrounds, including Muslims, are attacking and killing highs for blasphemy.
Thousands of Islamic hardliners protested when Pakistan was a key decision in the country's most notorious blasphemy.
One of the most notable incidents is Salamon Tesaer's Governor Salja Taseer's assassination in 2011 as a security guard after campaigning against Bibi while Shahbaz Bhatti's Minster Minister was assassinated in 2011 to openly criticize the blasphemy laws.
What is happening now?
Asia Bibi is expected to leave the country, as it has offered asylum in many countries. Her husband Ashiq Masih and her two daughters are eagerly awaiting in London. The decision welcomed by human rights representatives was strongly condemned by radical Islamist parties who blocked the roads immediately after the release of the country's major cities.