I sometimes post blasphemous pictures or news links or remarks on Facebook. Probably more than sometimes. You could probably say I do that quite often. It’s possible that I do it several times a day. I don’t keep track, but that’s possible.
It’s a good thing for me that I don’t live in Lahore.
The New York Times reports on what happens to people who do when there’s a whisper about “blasphemy” somewhere in the neighborhood.
A woman and two of her young granddaughters were burned to death Sunday night in the eastern city of Gujranwala after a member of their Ahmadi minority sect was accused of posting a blasphemous picture to Facebook, the police said.