Des condamnations à mort pour avoir déployé de simples banderoles et une affiche de la communauté des ahmadis, une des branches « dissidentes » de l’islam.
A district and sessions court sentenced three men to death on Wednesday on charges of committing blasphemy.
The court also fined them Rs200,000 each, but if they are unable to pay the fine, they would have to undergo six months of rigorous punishment.
In his verdict, Additional District and Sessions Judge Mian Javed Akram ruled that the three members of the Ahmadi community of Bhoaywal village had committed blasphemy by displaying a poster and banners at their place of worship in a manner that was offending.
Riaz Hussain, a shopkeeper, had filed a complaint against the three men at the Sharqpur police station. Source