Pakistan TV’s Aamir Liaquat Hussain must apologise for ‘hate speech’

Source: BBC

Pakistan’s media regulator has ordered a controversial televangelist to apologise on air for hate speech.

Aamir Liaquat Hussain had accused liberal activists, bloggers and journalists of blasphemy and treachery.

He and the Bol television channel which broadcasts his show have until the end of the month to say sorry to those he accused – or be taken off air.

Such allegations can incite murder in Pakistan, where blasphemy is a crime that can result in the death penalty.

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  1. It is hard to understand the blasphemy rule of some Muslim countries . It is said that since Muslims love Huzoor SAW and if anyone questions , it hurts their sentiments . In USA , Christians are in majority and they regard Jesus as God or son of God while Muslims accept him a prophet . If Mr. Donald Trump says that it is hurting their sentiments and starts imprisoning of Muslims , would Muslims accept ?

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