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Blasphemy case highlights devastating impact of Saudi ultra-conservatism on Pakistani society

By James M. Dorsey This week's decision by Pakistan's Supreme Court to delay ruling on an appeal in the country's most notorious blasphemy case and the thousands of security personnel deployed in its capital, Islamabad, in anticipation of a verdict, lay bare the degree to which Saudi supported ultra-conservative worldviews abetted by successive Pakistani governments have changed the very nature of Pakistani society.
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