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...As a member of a religious organisation, he said he could not tolerate any derogatory remarks about the Prophet. Khadim Hazoor, Sameer's son-in-law, said faces of Christian women were blackened and they were made to wear necklaces of shoes and paraded around the neighbourhood on donkeys. The crowd showed no-mercy even as the women repeatedly touched the feet of the men denying committing blasphemy and asked for forgiveness. ...
...Hazoor said the people of the neighbourhood would not allow the Christian family to return to their house. He claimed that the fight between the Muslim woman and her Christian sister-in-law revolved around the upbringing of Muslim woman's 18-month-old daughter. The Muslim woman wanted to raise her daughter as a Muslim but her sister-in-law wanted her niece to be raised as a Christian, he said.