Even the UN Exposes the Injustice of Pakistan’s Judicial System …
Even the UN Exposes the Injustice of Pakistan’s Judicial System and Blasphemy Laws
John R. Houk
© June 1, 2012
Mehwish Aleem sent a link to members of Free Hector Aleem on Facebook concerning a report by United Nations Special Rapporteur Gabriela Knaul on the corruption via intimidation of Pakistani Judges to rule against the accused of breaking Blasphemy Laws.
The article does not mention Hector Aleem or any accused under Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws. I assure you Hector is one of many in Pakistan especially among Christians that are persecuted and abused by using the Blasphemy Law in a nefarious agenda to benefit a Muslim.
According to the brief explanation of how the Blasphemy Law is used in Pakistan, a Christian might be considered offensive by saying something as normal as Jesus is the Christ the Son of the Living God. Such words are blasphemous according to the Quran because that book that purports to be the revelation of the Muslim god Allah to Mohammed says that Jesus is ONLY a man that did not die on the Cross let alone arise from the dead in bodily form.
In Hector’s case his original prosecution was based totally on the lie of some Islamic cleric that took exception with a Church Hector was an advocate for as a human rights individual.
Hector was almost convicted not because of proof but because of a Muslim rabble outside the Court Room. When Hector was finally exonerated of breaking Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws all sorts of legal maneuvering on the part of Hector’s persecutors – err I mean
prosecutors – have kept Hector in the Pakistani slammer.
At any rate keep sending money for Hector’s legal fees. His lawyer is a stickler for the dough before any continuation of defense in court.
As you read this NPR article on the cruelty of Pakistan’s justice system when Blasphemy Laws are utilized please think of Hector Aleem place him in your prayers.
Posted on June 1, 2012, in Islamism and tagged Blasphemy Laws, Gabriela Knaul, Hector Aleem, Islam, Islamic Supremacism, Mehwish Aleem, Pakistan Judges, Sharia, United Nations. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.