Twitter has accused a U.S. journalist of breaking Sharia Law in Pakistan, warning her she could face the death penalty as a result.
TGP’s Associate Editor, Cristina Laila, was sent an email by Twitter’s legal department informing her that she violated Pakistan’s blasphemy laws over a tweet she posted calling for burkas to be banned in the United States.
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