“Our Christ sacrificed His life on the cross for our sins.
... Our Christ is alive.”
Those are some of the words of Asia Bibi, a young wife and mother in Pakistan, who, at the age of 38, was imprisoned for "blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammad." She is currently one of at least sixteen Pakistanis awaiting death by hanging for this crime; another twenty are serving life sentences on identical charges. This, you must remember, is Sharia law, as practiced by those who claim that "there is no compulsion in religion."
That video report is three years old; Asia's "crime" was committed in 2009. Now, after four years in prison, Asia still awaits execution, despite worldwide pleas for mercy from secular and Christian organizations alike. (A petition for clemency is available for your signature here.) Thus far, such appeals have not visibly moved Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardar, who came to power when his wife, President Benazir Bhutto, was assassinated by Al-Qaeda for being (a) female and (b) insufficiently servile to the followers of Muhammad.
Of course, there is no room for secularism, Christianity, or even mercy in any Islamic state. In 2011, the Governor of Punjab, Salmaan Taseer, was also assassinated by Muslims (not Al-Qaeda this time; simply normal, "faithful" Muslims) for daring to speak out against Asia Bibi's treatment.
If Asia Bibi dies, she will simply join the ranks of women (and men) who have died in the name of the absurd desert idol known as "Allah." This is hardly "news;" it is simply the way of "Allah." The followers of Muhammad know no other way, for their only real gods are hatred and death.