Turn The Tide - 11 yr old Rimsha Masih - latest victim of Pakistan's blasphemy law
SEE LYRICS BELOW A Pakistani 11-year-old with Down's syndrome may face the death penalty for blasphemy over her alleged burning of pages from the Quran. Ooberfuse, a London-based electro-pop band, featuring Wizard MC from the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA), released Turn the Tide, raising their voices in protest against the latest victim of Pakistan's black blasphemy laws. Download the track for FREE at ooberfuse.com In association with the British Pakistani Christian Association britishpakistanichristian.blogspot.co.uk Thank you to the BPCA for the photo used in this video. All donations to Rimsha's family, Rimsha's legal costs and Rimsha's continuing global campaign should be made via the British Pakistani Christian Association. LYRICS: They say she burned pages from the Koran Down's syndrome girl from Pakistan Taken from her mother's arms The mob yell out, sound the alarm Roughly ripped from her family 11 yrs old, for blasphemy She clings to her mum, crying loud Police to appease the angry crowd Holy imam shouts condemnation Screams for her death ring round the police station No matter what your colour is No matter what your creed No matter what your caste is When you cut, you bleed Free! Turn the tide of hate to the tide of love! Set her free! Rimsha Masih, Asia Bibi We cry for their freedom and dignity Salman Taseer, Shahbaz Bhatti Killed for defending minorities Who'll speak up for the voiceless now We need to protect and defend somehow Don't stay <b>...</b>
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