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JUST IN : Woman sentenced to death over WhatsApp messages

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A 26- year-old Muslim woman Aneeqa Atteeq has been sentenced to death by a court in Pakistan for allegedly sending blasphemous messages on WhatsApp and Facebook.

She was found guilty of insulting Islam’s Prophet Mohammed.

According to reports, she met her accuser online in 2019 on a mobile gaming app, and the pair communicated on WhatsApp.

She was sentenced in Rawalpindi on Wednesday following a complaint against her under Pakistan’s cybercrime and blasphemy laws.

According to a report in The Guardian, she met her accuser – also a Pakistani – online in 2019 on a mobile gaming app.

The pair communicated on WhatsApp.

He said she had sent blasphemous caricatures of prophets and made remarks about “holy personages” on WhatsApp while also using her Facebook account to post blasphemous material to others.

The charge sheet in court said that she had “deliberately and intentionally defile(d) sacred righteous personalities and insulted the religious beliefs of Muslims”.

Atteeq, a practising Muslim, denied the charges, telling the court that her accuser had deliberately drawn her into a religious discussion so he could collect evidence in “revenge” after she refused to be friendly with him.

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