A televised execution

(DAILY TIMES – Noorzadeh Salman Raja)

In Pakistan, religious discourse invariably permeates the law, limiting our ability to critique and censure that which is regressive but urged as a religious compulsion. While the attempt to reconstruct religious thought continues at various levels and with varying vigour, we have, for most practical purposes, accepted our present reality as immovable. Blasphemy and the marginalisation of the Ahmadiyya community remain issues one dare not speak of openly.

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