Sir: Almost a month after his cold-blooded murder, we are nowhere nearer to bringing the culprits of advocate Rashid Rehman’s slaying to book. Mr Rehman was a compassionate man, always standing up for the underdog. He was the only one willing to fight in court for the rights of a blasphemy accused, for which he paid the ultimate price. Where are the government and the law enforcement agencies when it comes to catching his killers? Are they trying to show that murder is a deed that can be got away with scot-free in this country? It certainly looks that way.
Sir: France seems to be the latest setting for an incident of moral policing. It seems a young ...