Anthony Furey, a Toronto Sun op-ed editor received an email said to be from Twitter’s legal team telling him he may have broken Pakistani laws. He was startled to learn he stood accused of insulting the Prophet Mohammad, a crime punishable by death in the Islamic Republic. Twitter confirmed the correspondence was true. Fure’s offence was to post cartoons of the prophet several years ago. Other two prominent users Saudi-Canadian activist Ensaf Haidar and Imam Mohammad Tawhidi, a Muslim scholar from Australia who was born in Iran publicly complain about receiving a message linked to Pakistan. Pakistan had previously threatened to block Twitter if the company did not remove content its government found offensive.