Sialkot 'Blasphemy' Murder - Updated

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Reuters, 'Ashamed': Pakistan grapples with fallout from mob killing "The violence, which was condemned by rights watchdogs including Amnesty International, also drew intense responses from politicians, celebrities and journalists on social media."

BBC News, Pakistan: Killing of Sri Lankan accused of blasphemy sparks protests

"A brutal mob killing of a Sri Lankan man accused of blasphemy in Pakistan has sparked protests in both countries, with Pakistan's leader condemning the vigilante violence." All this played out on social media (which I am not reproducing here) including participants taking selfies at the scene

Also see: Daily Pakistan, Maulana Tariq Jameel terms Sialkot lynching un-Islamic

"Tableeghi Jamaat scholar Maulana Tariq Jameel while condemning the incident said the incident of lynching of a foreign national under the guise of Namoos-e-Risalat is unfortunate.

"Taking it to Twitter, he said the incident opposed Islamic teachings as there is no room for violence and extremism in Islam. Taking the law into own hands on the basis of the mere accusation is abhorrent."

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