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In a statement, the Commission said: "HRCP wants to unequivocally state that the latest pronouncement of the CII is regressive, brings no credit to this body and certainly not to the country, but most important of all it is exceptionally insensitive and unkind to rape victims." Rape is a "horrendous crime, which is far too common in Pakistan", HRCP said.
"Poor investigation methods and reluctance of witnesses to come forward out of fear mean that the balance is tilted in favour of the rapist as it is.
A “Letter from the Editor” warns, “Americans, you should understand this simple equation: as you kill you will be killed. ” “Leave us with our religion, land and nations and mind your own internal affairs,” warns another titled “Message to the American Nation” and supposedly written by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Commander Qassim Ar-Relmy.
“Save your economy, look after your concerns.” The articles also contain numerous high-resolution photos showing the carnage at the Boston Marathon finish line after the bombing on April 15 and one showing the blood-covered suspect in the London slaying of British soldier Lee Rigby...
After they fled, Jamal informed his brother Rajab Ali, who took him to Allied Hospital where he died a few hours later.
Ali said that on the way to the hospital, his brother told him that he did not have an affair with Khan’s wife. An English-language version of the spring 2013 issue of the online publication, obtained Thursday by NBC News, contains multiple articles praising alleged Boston Marathon bombers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and one on last week’s gruesome knife slaying of a British soldier in London.
A woman who had fled a mob a day earlier was still in a state of shock.“These things should not happen,” said the woman, Aye Tin, a Muslim resident who slept overnight in a Red Cross compound. They're afraid they’ll be attacked or killed if they go outside.” The rioting began Tuesday after a Muslim man splashed gasoline on a Buddhist woman and set her on fire.Buddhist mobs responded by burning down several Muslim-owned shops, a mosque and an Islamic orphanage.A case was registered on the complaint of the deceased’s brother. Saddar police said that Javaid Khan, a resident of Chak 120-JB, had suspected that his wife and Muddassar Jamal from the neighbourhood were having an affair.On Thursday, they said, Khan and his accomplices abducted Jamal from his house and took him to a dera, where they beat him up and forced acid into his mouth.
“We left because we're afraid of being attacked.” The violence in Lashio this week shows how anti-Muslim unrest has slowly spread across Myanmar since starting last year in western Rakhine state and hitting the central city of Meikhtila in March.