GUJRAT: Police have arrested three Christian men under terrorism laws for using the word "Prophet" to describe a dead pastor on a poster, officials said Thursday.
MAKKI: Police in Punjab saved a Christian couple from a Muslim mob who were attempting to lynch them for allegedly committing blasphemy, and later arrested a cleric for inciting the violence, a senior officer said Thursday.
BAGHDAD: Islamic State militants said on Tuesday they had killed two men in northern Iraq for homosexuality and another for blasphemy.
JERUSALEM: Thousands of Palestinians rallied in the occupied West Bank on Saturday to protest against the publication of sketches depicting the Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) in French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.
AVIGNON: A Moroccan Muslim was stabbed to death in his own home in southern France in what a Muslim group called a "horrible Islamophobic" attack the week after France was rocked by the Charlie Hebdo killings.
KARACHI: Two religious organizations clashed outside Karachi Press during a protest against blasphemous caricatures in the French magazine, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: Scores of religious political parties and groups are observing black day on Friday (today) against the French magazine over publication of blasphemous sketches of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), ARY News reported.