Friday, January 14, 2011

Pakistan orders immediate blockage of anti-Islam websites

Pakistani demonstrators seen through the flames of burning tires shout slogans against recent statements by Pope Benedict XVI about Pakistan's blasphemy laws during a rally in Islamabad, Pakistan, Friday, Jan. 14, 2011.

Protecting Islam even more!!

Islamabad, Jan 14 (ANI): Interior Minister Rehman Malik has taken strong note of websites and SMSes propagating an anti-Islam agenda, and ordered an immediate blockage of such sites within 24 hours.

Malik ordered the Interior Secretary that all those websites that were propagating against Islam should be traced out, the Daily Times reported.


Cases should be registered against the people who were involved in this act and residing in Pakistan, he added.

Malik also asked the Interior Secretary to constitute a committee comprising representatives of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority and the Federal Investigation Agency, under the supervision of Additional Secretary Interior, to take into consideration the anti-Islam propaganda. (ANI)

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