Sherry Rehman, Pakistan’s ambassador to the US, is under police investigation for alleged blasphemy after making the case on television for the law to be re-examined and for the death penalty to be removed.
"I gave up hope that I would ever see my wife and children again."
As protesters demanding delayed elections gather in Islamabad, a warrant for the PM's arrest is issued and sceptics call foul play.
While politicians shy away from watering down official discrimination, the situation isn't going to improve.
Samira Shackle interviews Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, one of the directors of the Oscar-winning documentary "Saving Face".
Blasphemy and mob rule in Lahore.
The shooting of the brave child activist Malala Yousafzai by a Taliban hitman shocked Pakistan. But politicians there are less keen to confront the state’s own role in sustaining extremists.
While travelling through the Swat Valley in 2010, we interviewed the young school girl standing up to the Taliban.
The 14 year old was shot at close range because "she was speaking against the Taliban".