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ISLAMABAD — Dozens of indignant Islamists swarmed a building of an eccentric Pakistani journal in a capital, Islamabad, restraint a opening for several hours, melancholy a staff and perfectionist a editor be hanged, a paper reported Wednesday.
A coexisting criticism also took place Tuesday dusk in a southern pier city of Karachi, where a Islamists collected during a Press Club, perfectionist that Dawn’s editor Zaffar Abbas and publisher Hameed Haroon be hanged.
Dec. 3, 2019, photo, indignant Islamists intone slogans during a proof opposite an eccentric Pakistani journal Dawn, during outward a Press Club in Karachi, Pakistan. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)
The demonstrators, who after dispersed, were hurt that a English-language paper had reported that a London Bridge assailant was of “Pakistani origin.”
The Islamist criticism was cursed by Pakistani rights groups, publisher organizations, politicians and members of polite multitude advocating for a rights of journalists.
In a statement, a Committee to Protect Journalists urged Pakistan to forestall protests opposite a journal from branch aroused and examine genocide threats to a staffers.
“Pakistanis have each right to intent to and denote opposite a Dawn journal over a coverage, though melancholy assault stairs approach over a line,” pronounced Kathleen Carroll, a house chair during Committee to Protest Journalists.
The journal has a story of stretched ties with a country’s military.
Cyril Almeida, a publisher operative for Dawn, was charged final year with fraud after an talk with former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in that Sharif indicted a troops of helping a militants who had carried out a 2008 Mumbai militant attacks.
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Last month, Abbas was awarded a 2019 Press Freedom Award by a Committee to Protect Journalists.