This is part three of our YouTube series where Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad continues his description of the condition of the Muslims of the Punjab under Sikh rule by giving examples of two incidents which took place in and around Qadian.
In both incidents people were arrested for calling out the Azan in a loud voice. He also mentions the fact that at the time the punishment for injuring a cow was to cut off the hand of the person who did so.
People are surprised that the Holy Quran deals with the accidental killing of one Muslim by another. They think that killing can only be deliberate.
Yet, this is not true. Daily we hear of people being killed by “friendly fire” in combat or someone accidentally running over another person.
The Holy Quran says that a part of the response is to compensate the victims.
There are also objections to payment of this “blood money”. However, we have the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board in the UK which pays compensation to victims. Is this not blood money?
We explore this subject in detail in the video below
A BBC Four documentary that investigates the variety of stories surrounding the New Testament account of the crucifixion, death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus, by interviewing historians, theologians and historical researchers. This exploration of the latest theories about what really happened to Jesus 2000 years ago uncovers some surprising possibilities.
At the heart of the mystery is the suspicion that Jesus might not actually have died on the cross. The film concludes that it was perfectly possible to survive crucifixion in the 1st Century – there are records of people who did. But if Jesus survived, what happened to him afterwards?
A short clip from the TV program ‘Point Blank’ hosted by Lucman.
This clip is in Urdu but does have English subtitles (although they are slightly lagging behind what is being said).
MQM Chief (third largest political party in Pakistan), Mr Altaf Hussain discusses persecution against Ahmadis’, claiming it must be stopped and they must be allowed to practice and preach their faith without threat of prison or murder.
He also clarifies that Ahmadis’ believe in Kalima and the finality of the Prophet-hood of Muhammad (saw).