A Christian pensioner has been arrested for blasphemy after her refused to sell his land to a Muslim man.
According to anti-persecution charity Release International, Mukhtar Masih, 70, is accused of pinning a blasphemous letter to the door of a mosque in Gujanwala, Punjab.
The letter made derogatory remarks about the Koran and Muhammad.
Blasphemy is a crime punishable by death in Pakistan.
Initially, Masih's entire family was detained - including his three grandchildren. All but Mr Masih were later released and have gone into hiding.
Mr Masih is still incarcerated.
Locals believe that the accusation is an attempt to seize his land.
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