What Happened to those who wanted to make a new Caliph of Muslim Ummah

One very instructive exercise would be to revisit the glory of the Second Islamic Summit that was held in Lahore in February 1974. In many ways, it was a rare occasion in our otherwise troubled history. There was Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, majestically orchestrating the most impressive galaxy of Muslim leaders – kings and the heads of state and governments of about forty Muslim countries. And there were heart-warming intimations of the promise of a Muslim renaissance. Those who attended that OIC in 1974 wanted to make a new leader of Muslim Ummah (ie A Caliph) but the meeting postponed because of the Ahmadiyya Caliph , and one of the member said that it is not allowed to create two caliphs at a time so They decided in that meeting to create Ahmadiyya Muslim Non Muslims. We also know the fate of other leaders who had gathered in Lahore. They died unnatural deaths. I am thinking of King Faisal of Saudi Arabia, President Anwar Sadat of Egypt, Shaikh Mujibur Rahman of Bangladesh and, of course, our own Bhutto – and his execution is considered a judicial murder. Fate of some of those leaders is as under: King Faisal Saudi Arabia – On March 25, 1975, King Faisal was shot point-blank and killed by his half-brother’s son President Anwar Sadat of Eygpt – On 6 October 1981, Sadat was assassinated Shaikh Mujibur Rahman of Bangladesh -On August 15, 1975, a group of junior army officers invaded the presidential residence with tanks and killed Mujibur Rahman Zulfikar Ali Bhutto -On April 4, 1979, Bhutto was executed Muammar Gaddafi of Libya -On 20 October 2011 Gaddafi was shot dead Yasser Arafat of Palestine -Yasser Arafat was poisoned with polonium and he die

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