“With this, Vishnudev, a native of Alleppey in Kerala, has become the first Indian to be punished under Saudi Arabia’s stricter anti-blasphemy laws that came into force two weeks ago.”
Yeah, Saudi Arabia is really reforming.
“Vishnudev was found guilty of making remarks against the legal system in Saudi Arabia and against the Prophet of Islam in a conversation on Twitter.”
We’re much more enlightened in the West. In the U.S., if you say something against the Prophet of Islam in a conversation on Twitter, Twitter will shadowban or suspend you, and you’ll be excoriated as a racist, “Islamophobic” bigot, and shunned by all decent people. You may even have to undergo psychiatric tests. But you won’t be imprisoned for blasphemy — at least not yet.