Can a non-Islamic government or court decide who is a Muslim?

https://youtu.be/Ddx9pCDZZ-s When, in the 1970s, Ahmadis approached the South Africa High Court seeking to protect their human rights and sought a declaration that they are Muslims, the Sunnis, after failing to have the case dismissed on technical legal reasons, withdrew from the case using the excuse that a non-Muslim court of government does not have … Continue reading Can a non-Islamic government or court decide who is a Muslim?

US Government launches crowdfunding campaign to help Syrians

Salon is reporting- The U.S. launched a campaign this week on Kickstarter — a crowdfunding website on which people around the world can donate to fund proposed projects — to help provide aid to Syrian refugees. All proceeds will go to the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the leading international body on refugees. It … Continue reading US Government launches crowdfunding campaign to help Syrians

Poland rejects Muslim Refugees

The Independent is reporting; Thousands of protesters have gathered in several Polish cities, as right-wing groups rallied against plans to resettle refugees in Europe while counter-protesters marched in solidarity with those seeking safety. Around 10,000 right-wing protesters clutching the national flag assembled on the streets in the capital of Warsaw on Saturday, and chanted slogans … Continue reading Poland rejects Muslim Refugees

New Pakistan Government fails to stop Ahmadi persecution

For some time now anti-Jamaat-e-Ahmadiya (Jaamat) activities have been escalating all over Pakistan and particularly in Lahore. The members of Jamaat have been mercilessly tortured and rebuked in public over fake and felonious accusations. They have been threatened physically and mentally tortured and now live in fear of their lives. They have even been harassed … Continue reading New Pakistan Government fails to stop Ahmadi persecution

[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

Jihad

Shortly after the replacement of elected leadership (khilafat), open government and decisions by mutual consultation (shura) with monarchy the idea of jihad was distorted by the kings because it provided free or cheap soldiers for the battlefield. The exhortation “kill a non-believer and enter paradise” became a common slogan. The idea of jihad was used … Continue reading Jihad

Government must intervene to stop the killings of Ahmadis

The religious minority group of Ahmadis is under constant threat of religious hate crimes and no serious efforts have been initiated by the government to provide protection the community. In the latest incident a member of the Ahmadiyya community was murdered after receiving death threats from an extremist group who is allegedly patronized by the … Continue reading Government must intervene to stop the killings of Ahmadis

Links to terrorism and corrupt Government hurting Pakistan

There have been constant reports in the Press of sluggish support for the people of Pakistan, despite the natural disaster being worse than Haiti and the tsunami of 2004 combined. Has the links to terrorism and the years of corrupt Governments meant that the humble and poor people of Pakistan will suffer alone in the … Continue reading Links to terrorism and corrupt Government hurting Pakistan