Pakistani Man Gunned Down Following Acquittal of Blasphemy Charge

A Pakistani man, acquitted of a blasphemy charge against the prophet Muhammad  has been shot dead by two men while in his shop.

When caught, The gunmen told police that they had killed a “blasphemer” and had no regrets for their actions.

Is this the so called ‘Muslim Tolerance’ we are always demanded to believe in the West?

Original News Source

A Pakistani man who was acquitted of a blasphemy charge has been shot dead by two men in Punjab province, police officials said on Saturday.

Sajjad Hussain, a resident of Khan Muslim village in Gujranwala district, 80 km from Lahore, was gunned down on Friday. He had been arrested in February 2011 after Sath Sanaullah, a resident of his neighbourhood, accused him of committing blasphemy against Prophet Mohammed during a private conversation.

Hussain was booked under section 295-C of the Pakistan Penal Code, the harsh blasphemy law.

A district and sessions court acquitted him last month for lack of evidence.

On Friday, Hussain was at his shop when two armed men came and fired at him. He was killed instantly. The two gunmen later surrendered to police.

They were identified as Sheikh Zeeshan and Awais Ahmed, both residents Hussain’s neighbourhood.

The men told police that they had killed a “blasphemer” and had no regrets over their action.

Hussain’s family held a demonstration and demanded that the two men be punished.

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