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Beliefs of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

British Islam Conference 2018

Presenter: Ibrahim Ikhlaf

The Ahmadiyya community has spread beyond its original beginnings of the Indian sub-continent. The beliefs of this community are considered by many clerics as being outside the scope of Islam. 290 more words


Bradford North Lajna celebrate International women’s day by holding an interfaith event

Bradford North branch Lajna held an interfaith event on Thursday 15th March 2018 at the Al Mahdi mosque, Bradford. 9 external guests were present from different faiths. 475 more words

Another controversial decision

The judgement itself is in violation of Article 5, since it gives the impression of bias and partiality against a specific community

Yasser Latif Hamdani… 506 more words


The Ahmadiyya Movement – Part II


Just under two years ago I put together an article titled: ‘The Ahmadiyya Movement’. It was written as an introduction to this religious movement and also a response to a news story that had brought Ahmadiyya and their followers, Ahmadis, into the news. 3,842 more words

A Linguistic Study Comparing Comparing Nazi and Anti-Ahmadi propaganda


This paper demonstrates how there are similar features that appear in language when used to marginalize and scapegoat communities. The linguistic analysis highlights a strong correlation between Nazi and Anti-Ahmadi propaganda in the way they use language to systematically dehumanise their target groups, in order to sanction their activities and inevitably incite acts of violence and discriminative legislation. 3,884 more words


The mysterious Qadiani-Israel connection

By Dr Shahid Qureshi

More Qadiyanis serve in the Israeli Armed Forces than in Pakistan Army, according to a book “Israel: A Profile”, by the renowned Jewish professor, Israel T. 716 more words


Pakistan's long-persecuted Ahmadi minority fear becoming election scapegoat

RABWAH, Pakistan (Reuters) – Crammed into buses and mini-vans, more than 10,000 Pakistanis traveled to a mosque on the outskirts of the small Punjabi town of Rabwah, for the sole purpose of denouncing followers of the minority sect based here as “infidels and enemies of the state”.