Pakistan mob burns man accused of desecrating Koran alive

reuters.com — The man was a traveler and had spent Thursday night at the mosque, said Maulvi Memon, the imam in the southern village of Seeta in Sindh province. The charred remains of the Koran were found the next morning. "He was alone in the mosque during the night," Memon said.
"In the past two years, 2 senior Pakistani officials who suggested reforming the (blasphemy) laws have been shot dead" t.co/zfkbkegT
"At least 53 people have been killed in Pakistan since 1990 after being accused of blasphemy" t.co/zfkbkegT