Skip to comments.Pakistani Girl Accused of Blaspheming Islam Released from Jail
Posted on 09/08/2012 8:29:39 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Pakistani officials say a mentally-challenged Christian girl accused of blaspheming Islam has been released from jail.
Rimsha Masih's release Saturday comes a day after a judge granted her bail, in a case that has drawn international outrage.
Rimsha, believed to be 14 years old, spent the last three weeks in jail near the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, after neighbors accused her of burning pages from the Quran.
On Friday, Amnesty International said Rimsha is still in serious danger even after a judge ordered her freed.
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Last week I was attending one IT talk and one of the speaker name was Mohammad. During his talk, his tag fell on the ground and it was under his foot for a while, when he released it was on ground, he picked it up and pasted back on his chest.
I was thinking in Pakistan, that will be blasphemy. Later, I asked his country of origin and he said he is from Pakistan.
He should congrat his lucky star, he was in USA.
I’ll bet the “reverends” Jackson and Sharpton helped get her out of that nasty predicament.
Some bright bulb decided that Islam can withstand a not so bright young girl being a Christian.
Thank You, God. Another prayer answered.
On the news in Australia, we saw the 'muslim cleric' in his filthy night-shirt and lousy beard being led away by police; seems he planted several half-burnt pages of a stinking koran in a bag belonging to the girl. Now there are demonstrations demanding HIS release!
The girl and her family apparently cannot be returned to their home as they remain in danger. The fanatics plan to kill her anyway.
Pakistani mullah ‘planted charred texts’ on girl accused of blasphemy. Hardline cleric deliberately framed Rimsha Masih, believed to be just 13, in order to ‘get rid of Christians’, court hears
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