[Series] Part Three – Attitude of the Ahmadiyya Movement towards other sects

This is the third and final part of our series on the Lahori Ahmadis’. In part two we discussed in more details what our beliefs are and we answered the most common criticisms against us. In this final part we will be explaining the attitudes of the Ahmadiyya movement towards other sects and communities and … Continue reading [Series] Part Three – Attitude of the Ahmadiyya Movement towards other sects

The line between ‘reporting’ and ‘mouthpiece’

What is the line between ‘reporting’ and ‘mouthpiece’? When is a reporter simply telling about an event, and when is he amplifying a political message? This is not an easy question – it raises important questions of neutrality and professional responsibility in journalism, as well as what is media’s role in society. But whether or … Continue reading The line between ‘reporting’ and ‘mouthpiece’

Sunni Justice

In what Human Rights Watch called “a sad day for Indonesia,’ a court Thursday gave astonishingly light sentences to religious fanatics who led a frenzied mob that killed three members of the Ahmadiyah sect on video to between three and six months in jail. An estimated 1,000 Muslims descended on