The film presents Jesus as a homosexual man and contains reports from persons such as James Martin, a homosexual Jesuit priest.
In Pakistan, false accusations of blasphemy are widespread and often motivated by personal vendettas or religious hatred.
Three Pakistani Christian men were accused of burning pages of the Quran on Christmas day.
In Pakistan, false accusations of blasphemy are common and often motivated by personal vendettas or religious hatred.
Faraz Pervaiz has a price of fifty-three thousand dollars on his head after criticising Muhammad on his blog.
Twenty-give Christians, including Asif Perviazare, are currently held in prison on false blasphemy charges.
Between 1987 and 2017, 1,534 individuals in Pakistan have been accused of blasphemy, according to ICC.
Apollinaris Darmawan, who lives in Bandung, West Java, allegedly made insulting comments on Twitter towards Islam.
Instead of destroying the crucifix, the pole on which the shrine rested was broken in half.