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Via Pakistan-Link:

“Karachi: Police have registered cases against the editor and publisher of a Danish newspaper and several other European dailies over their publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), under a blasphemy law that carries the death penalty, an officer said. “

Quite what “registering” a case means, I’ve no idea (it may be a meaningless formality), but this story is a sad little illustration of the way that so many Islamists see their ideology as one to which we must all, one way or another, be subjected.

Hat-tip: The Pub Philosopher (Pakistan is not high on his list of vacation destinations).

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