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In Pakistan nowadays, even a hint that a man has blasphemed almost always means either death or, if the accused is lucky enough to escape, a life on the run.
ISLAMABAD -- The Federal Government has decided to take strict action against publication of blasphemed, obstinate materials and movies on social web sites.
In an intervention, incensed Interior and Municipalities Minister Marwan Charbel rebuked what he described as blasphemed and unjust accusations continuously targeting his person.
My good friend Salman Taseer was killed by a security guard because he heard in the media that the governor had blasphemed.
html">website</a>, the New Hampshire-based company offers the assurance that "Each of our representatives has stated to us in writing that they are atheists, do not believe in God / Jesus, and that they have blasphemed in accordance with Mark 3:29, negating any chance of salvation.
The second Person of the Trinity is demeaned - even blasphemed - when someone seeks to represent Him with porcelain and paint.
Some 20-year-old men were shouting foul songs all the way and a group of 20-year-old girls blasphemed and "f'd" frequently, in the seat behind, loudly.
For a few seconds the bird squawked and yelled and blasphemed and then went deadly quiet.
He said: "In the killing, raping and looting fields of Darfur, in the broken nation and a broken people of Zimbabwe who have been force-fed with injustice and can swallow no more, for the unreconciled children of Abraham in the Middle East - the Palestinians without a viable state they can call home and Israelis hungry for peace and security, or the refugees, the homeless and people caught up in human trafficking, in the walls of silence about the abduction of Madeleine McCann, the murder of Rhys Jones and the failure for any to take responsibility for the Omagh bombing - God is being violated and blasphemed.
He said: "In the killing, raping and looting fields of Darfur; in the broken nation and a broken people of Zimbabwe who have been force-fed with injustice and can swallow no more; for the unreconciled children of Abraham in the Middle East - the Palestinians without a viable state they can call home and Israelis hungry for peace and security; for the refugees, the homeless and people caught up in human trafficking; in the walls of silence about the abduction of Madeleine McCann, the murder of Rhys Jones and the failure for any to take responsibility for the Omagh bombing - God is being violated and blasphemed.