Islamabad (Reuters) – Three days after the acquittal of blasphemy convicted Christian woman in Pakistan, Islamists have their country-wide Protestet set on the basis of an agreement with the government.
The radical Islamic group Tehreek-e-and excellence Pakistan (TLP) agreed on Friday evening with the government, such as TLP-speaker, Pir Zubair Kasuri, the German press Agency said. According to the agreement “will not oppose the government in a revision application against the decision of the Supreme court for the acquittal of Asia Bibi”. In addition, steps would be taken “to prevent Bibi from Leaving the country”.
the street protests Erupted on Wednesday, after the for blasphemy convicted Christian woman Asia Bibi, had been spoken after eight years in the death row by the Supreme court in Islamabad. The now 51-year-old Bibi had been accused of, to have a dispute with Muslim women in her village made derogatory comments about the prophet Mohammed voiced. The five-fold mother was taken in 2009 and in the following year, according to a controversial blasphemy law in the predominantly Muslim country had been sentenced to death. After the abolition of the death sentence, the TLP had demanded the dismissal of the judges and an execution Bibis.
The current whereabouts of Bibi’s, there was initially no official information. Local media reports suggested but, you might be fled from Pakistan.
Bibi’s lawyer, Saiful Malook, left Pakistan, according to a report in the “Express Tribune” on Saturday morning, because he was afraid for his life. “The safety of my family is greatly threatened,” said Malook. He will return to defend Bibi before the court, if the military grant him safety.
human rights activists have criticized the agreement between the government and the Islamists in Pakistan as the “bankruptcy Declaration of the rule of law”. “The Deal makes Pakistan’s legal system to prey of the Islamist Mobs.” If the Supreme court have spoken rightly, should not allow the government that Islamists aushebelten the law, said the Director of the society for threatened peoples, Ulrich Delius, in Göttingen.