Al Kresta of Ave Maria Radio recently interviewed me on the July 29 murder of Tahir Naseem and related topics. The roughly 15 minute talk can be heard here (and fast-forwarding to the 21:18 minute mark).
Kresta in the Afternoon’s description of the interview follows:
The United States is urging Pakistan to overhaul its harsh blasphemy laws following the murder of Tahir Ahmad Naseem, an American who was shot and killed while on trial in Pakistan on blasphemy charges. The gunman was heard to shout “He is an enemy of Islam. He is an enemy of Pakistan.” We look at Pakistan’s blasphemy law problem with Raymond Ibrahim, who also discusses the dubious story of a Coptic Christian woman who was kidnapped.