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Satyajeet S Kākrān Jan 29
Its sad how unapologetically silent human rights imposters, presstitudes and farzi feminists have been during the entire case--Hope you finally make it out of Terroristan before the goverment itself falls hostage to radical Moulanas.
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Let Asia Bibi Live Mar 8
Re: - We have a choice to make: do nothing and let augment her ordeal or robustly register our protest and say to that enough is enough.
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Ensaf haidar ⚜️🍁 Feb 9
Hey , do one good thing in your life and let poor Asia Bibi join her daughter in Canada, she suffered a lot from your barbaric Islamic regime!
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Canberra Declaration 🇦🇺 ن May 8
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St. Paul's Anglican Church, Calgary Jan 29
Welcome to Canada, Asia! It's our great blessing & honour to share the journey with you! At St. P's, we're joining you & your family in thanking our Lord Jesus for your safe release from prison, & praying for travelling mercies as you come to our country.
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Rev. Patrick Mahoney Apr 14
"Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering."--Hebrews 13:3. This Holy Week let's remember and pray for the persecuted church around the world.
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James Gavitt May 8
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Muiz Jan 12
If feminists were really concerned about women's rights and welfare across the world, then why is it that I have seen no outrage from them in the case? Surely, they care about women's rights or are they just always silent when Islam oppreses women?
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R.E.A.L Human Rights May 8
- minority woman Finally FREE to join her family in a nation outside of Pakistan, as confirmed by the U.S. Department of State. People of conscience were publicly and privately campaigning on for her for nearly *10* years.
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Let Asia Bibi Live Jan 12
Fly and her family to safety before it is too late.
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Farah Khan Jan 28
Today the Supreme court of will hear appeal against Asia Bibi's acquittal. Is the so- called law of Pak ready to do justice? Or will it again end up surrendering to the extremists?
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Let Asia Bibi Live Jan 27
AsiaBibi’s friends, well-wishers, sympathisers, backers, campaigners and activists around the world look to the Supreme Court to dismiss the review petition against AsiaBibi’s acquittal on the 29th of January.
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Cornelia Seigneur May 11
After 9 years, So thankful this mom is with her five kids again - Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy in Pakistan arrives in Canada
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nelly succar Jan 9
Call on Imran Khan to release Asia Bibi and grant her and her family safe conduct out of Pakistan.
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Peter van Dalen Mar 6
Fears grow for Asia Bibi. EP president ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ did promise to me to contact the ⁦⁩ government. What is the outcome of that contact?!
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Rev. Patrick Mahoney Mar 24
While we worship freely in the West, let us join in fervent prayer for the release of Asia Bibi as she still remains in Pakistan and is facing serious medical issues. Prayer shapes history!
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Interfaith Matters May 31
Calendar ( ) 1944 birth of Salmaan Taseer, "an outspoken critic of the Pakistan's blasphemy laws" who "called for the pardon for Asia Bibi". He was assasinated in 2011".
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Asra Q. Nomani, PI Jan 29
Canada 🇨🇦 2 Islamists 0 Amazing news! In we reject blasphemy laws that punish innocents like . Soon the movement can breathe a sigh of relief. 🙏🏼
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CitizenGO Apr 11
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan promises Christian mother Asia Bibi will leave the country 'in weeks' five months after she was freed from a blasphemy death sentence.
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R.E.A.L Human Rights Apr 6
: groups and activists say it is a worrying sign that minority woman is still a "prisoner," despite her legal victory, reports -- R.E.A.L.:
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