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A Pakistani customer arrives at an internet cafe in Karachi on May 19, 2010. Pakistan temporarily blocked access to Facebook on a court order over a competition encouraging users to post caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed on the social networking site. The 'blasphemy' caused by a Facebook user who set up a page called 'Draw Mohammed Day', inviting people to send in their caricatures of the Muslim prophet on May 20 could inflame parts of the conservative Muslim nation. AFP PHOTO/ RIZWAN TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)

A Pakistani customer arrives at an internet cafe in Karachi on May 19, 2010. Pakistan temporarily blocked access to Facebook on a court order over a competition encouraging users to post caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed on the social networking site. The 'blasphemy' caused by a Facebook user who set up a page called 'Draw Mohammed Day', inviting people to send in their caricatures of the Muslim prophet on May 20 could inflame parts of the conservative Muslim nation. AFP PHOTO/ RIZWAN TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)