Lynched for Blasphemy in Pakistan

The clip below shows what “due process of law” means in Pakistan.

A man from Sri Lanka was accused of blasphemy and lynched by an angry mob, who set him on fire while he was still alive. The footage, interestingly enough, was found on Twitter. It was included in this article from The Times of India.

Yog, who sent the tip about the incident, says that the victim’s name was Priyantha Kumara Dinawadhana, and he was a Buddhist.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:

The text from the accompanying article:

A man in Pakistan was lynched and set on fire alive by the mob in Sialkot over charges of blasphemy. The victim was a Sri Lankan national who worked as a manager in a Sri Lankan textile firm in Pak. The workers of the factory accused him of blasphemy and attacked the man.

3 thoughts on “Lynched for Blasphemy in Pakistan

  1. These “people” are flooding eu, soon we’ll see these sort of “ceremonies” in eu, and certainly will come to clash of civilisations

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