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The Truth Triumph

The Promised Messiah said that as time goes on people will accept his interpretation of Islam, regardless of whether they accept him as the Messiah and Mehdi or not. In the last few weeks we have seen that the most orthodox Sunni leaders, religious and secular, have accepted the Ahmadi interpretations in two areas. The first is divorce. The [...]

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For generations, rape was a taboo subject in this conservative Muslim society. As recently as a decade ago, the news about the 14- and 16-year-old sisters (who were raped and shot dead) might never have traveled beyond this rural area, where rice fields stretch for miles and workers shape bricks from the spongy soil.

But thanks to a freer media and a push by child-welfare advocates to get families to report such crimes, the number of cases under investigation is rising, as is the outrage of parents, the public and advocacy groups.

“People are now reporting things, and people are now seeing children are suffering heinous, horrible crimes,” said Narjis Zaidi, a human rights advocate in Islamabad.

We told you so seems an inadequate response to the following news item which shows how rape of minors, both girls and boys, is increasing in Pakistan. When the brutal dictator General Zia enacted his so called Sharia Laws, we spoke out against them. We said that those laws were not Sharia and the way they were legislated and going to be implemented will give a licence to Pakistani men to rape. Sadly, our words proved true.

We again draw attention to three khutbas given at our mosque in London where we put the correct interpretation of Islamic law to the public and requested amendments to Pakistani law.

Original Source: WashingtonPost.com

Rape of children on increase in Pakistan

For generations, rape was a taboo subject in this conservative Muslim society. As recently as a decade ago, the news about the 14- and 16-year-old sisters (who were raped and shot dead) might never have traveled beyond this rural area, where rice fields stretch for miles and workers shape bricks from the spongy soil. But thanks to a freer [...]

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In part one of this three part speech we looked at the hadood ordinance enacted by the military dictator Zia ul Haq in what he claimed was an act to implement Islam.

In this speech we look at Chapter 5, verse 33 of The Holy Quran and give a detailed explanation of what it means and how many Muslims have abused and or misunderstood these commands of Allah.

Pakistan Sanctions the Rape of Women Part Two

In part one of this three part speech we looked at the hadood ordinance enacted by the military dictator Zia ul Haq in what he claimed was an act to implement Islam. In this speech we look at Chapter 5, verse 33 of The Holy Quran and give a detailed explanation of what it means and how many Muslims have abused and or misunderstood these commands [...]

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This is a three part khutba which looks at the hadood ordinance enacted by the military dictator Zia ul Haq to implement Islam, he claimed.

It’s affect is that man are now free to rape women because it is impossible for a woman to prove that she was raped. In Part one we present an alternative point of view for requiring four witnesses to the act.


Part One: General Zia says that it is OK to rape women

This is a three part khutba which looks at the hadood ordinance enacted by the military dictator Zia ul Haq to implement Islam, he claimed. It’s affect is that man are now free to rape women because it is impossible for a woman to prove that she was raped. In Part one we present an alternative point of view for requiring four witnesses [...]

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