Pakistani Christian man sentenced to death over blasphemous WhatsApp text

A Pakistani Christian living in Lahore has been given a death penalty over a blasphemous text he sent over an informing application, i.e., WhatsApp. A Christian to be specific Nadeem James was charged and arrested in July a year ago when his Muslim companion documented a protestation against him expressing that the denounced, now the offender, had sent him a sonnet on WhatsApp in which defamatory comments were composed against Islam, Our Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W), and other blessed figures.

The legal counselor of the Christian kid expressed that court had condemned him to a demise discipline on Thursday. In any case, the lawyer debated that his client had been encircled by the Muslim kid over his suspicious association with a Muslim young lady. He said that we would move towards High Court to advance and look for equity. It would be worth specifying here that the trial of the case held inside the jail after nearby parsons debilitated James and his family.

It’s not the first occasion when that a man has been conceded a death penalty. In June 2017 a man from Lahore was given death penalty by the counter fear mongering court for sharing critical material about Islam on social media platform. Furthermore, a man from Sargodha was also arrested by Police for blasphemous content on social media. Court gave him 13 years jail punishment and furthermore forced a punishment of Rs. 250,000 fine on him.