The Foreign Ministry said it was coordinating with other countries to ensure safety for Aasia Bibi and her family. Protests by hardline Islamists prompted the government to impose a travel ban on Bibi until her case is reviewed. Meanwhile, Canada has urged Pakistan to ensure the well-being of Aasia Bibi. “Canada calls on Pakistan to take all measures necessary to ensure the safety and security of Aasia Bibi and her family,” Freeland said. Bibi’s lawyer, Saiful Mulook, fled to the Netherlands earlier this week because of fears for the safety of his family.
Source: Libya Today November 07, 2018 06:00 UTC