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Home Media Reports 2002
Media Reports - Year 2002

Blasphemy Law essential! - Letters to Editor published in daily DAWN
Joint electorate? Not quite by I.A. Rehman - published in Daily DAWN - September 17, 2002
Which Country? by Kunwar Idrees - published in The Friday Times, Lahore - September 13-19, 2002
A Deadly Place for Blasphemy; In Pakistan, those accused of sacrilege against Islam face life in prison or execution, if mobs or inmates don't kill them first. - Byline: Paul Watson, Times Staff Writer, Dateline: Lahore, Pakistan
What is blasphemy? by Ayaz Amir - published in Daily DAWN - July 26, 2002
The impact of the blasphemy law by Mohammad Shehzad - published in Daily DAWN - July 18, 2002
Back to future by Ayaz Amir - published in Daily DAWN - June 21, 2002
Voters lists to be displayed on Aug 5 - Daily DAWN - June 21, 2002
Electoral rolls: Status of Ahmadis to remain unchanged - Business Recorder - June 18, 2002
Ahmadis' status remains unchanged - The News International - June 13, 2002
Cowasjee be stopped from insulting blasphemy law, Constitution - The News, May 19, 2002 - Aalami Majlise Tahaffuze Khatme Nubuwwat's reaction to Homegrown terrorism - 2 Cowasjee's column
Pakistan's Blasphemy Law: Words Fail Me by Akbar S. Ahmed - published in Washington Post, May 19, 2002
Homegrown terrorism - 2 - by Ardeshir Cowasjee - Dawn, May 12, 2002
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