Election sees rise of anti-blasphemy party

A relatively new anti-blasphemy party, whose leader has reportedly vowed to nuke the Netherlands should he ever come to power, did surprisingly well in Pakistan’s elections.
Islamist fundamentalist parties fielded more than 1,500 candidates in Pakistan’s provincial and national elections that were won by Imran Khan.
The performance of Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan, led by radical preacher Khadim Hussain Rizvi, will worry mainstream politicians and human rights activists the most.

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