The struggle of religious minorities in Indonesia

...But the Ahmadis are not alone in their struggle to practice their faith in Indonesia. Last week, a group of about 300 people from a variety of religious backgrounds staged a rally at Indonesia's parliament, demanding that their rights as citizens to freely worship, a right enshrined in the constitution, be respected. Muslims complain that … Continue reading The struggle of religious minorities in Indonesia

Ahmadis’ have no right to vote in Pakistan

Photo from warrickpage.com a non-Muslim or Ahmedi cannot register to vote. Any Ahmedi or Qadiani found on the official electoral rolls would be summoned by the Revising Authority. Their appearance before this authority would be mandatory within 15 days of receiving notification. The person shall then be required to sign a declaration agreeing to the … Continue reading Ahmadis’ have no right to vote in Pakistan

The Real Issue is not Whether You Think Ahmadis are Muslims or Not.

By Raza Habib Raja Some of my close relatives are Ahmadis and hence I have had the unique opportunity of observing them closely. Pakistan is a country where Ahmadis are hated and also subject to state institutionalised discrimination. And yet despite the open hatred which is shown to them, I have never had the opportunity … Continue reading The Real Issue is not Whether You Think Ahmadis are Muslims or Not.

Pakistan Embassy claims that Ahmadis are safe in Pakistan

The following statement was issued by the Dep't of Consular Affairs of the Pakistan Embassy; If Mr Veerawit Tianchainan of the Thai Committee for Refugees Foundation has been quoted correctly, he is wrong to claim that members of the Ahmadiyya community "would be executed for their religious beliefs" if they were in Pakistan. Consistent with … Continue reading Pakistan Embassy claims that Ahmadis are safe in Pakistan