I am 26 But I’ll Vote for the first time in my life this November


I was born and raised in Pakistan. My family belonged to the Ahmadiyya sect of Islam, whom the constitution of Pakistan declares as Non-Muslims and criminalizes any sort of religious practices of the Ahmadi Muslims. Under the consequences of that law, any Ahmadi Muslim can go to jail for three years just by saying As-salāmu ʿalaykum, which is …

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Pakistani State Don’t Want Any Discussion Regarding Ahmadiyya Persecution On TV


The state sponsored persecution on Ahmadis in Pakistan continues after PEMRA (Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority), a state-owned institution regulating the establishment and operation of all private broadcast media and distribution services in Pakistan, has banned a show hosted by Hamza Ali Abbasi for speaking in favor of a frequently persecuted Ahmadiyya community. The action by PEMRA came a …

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50th anniversary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Canada


The Canadian contingent of a Muslim sect that promotes peace and morality celebrated 50 years of being in this country on Sunday. Thousands converged on Nathan Phillips Square to mark the 50th anniversary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Canada, an international Islamic revival movement founded on the belief that their messiah came in the form of …

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“The Mob Wanted to Lynch Them” | VOICES


November, 27, 2015 — It was pitch dark at 2:30am in the morning. The only sounds that Imran* could hear were coming from the factory that was set ablaze a kilometer away, and the slogans against Imran and the rest of the Ahmadi community in Jehlum. I was almost whispering, convincing my fellow Ahmadis to …

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In Response to the attack on Charlie Hebdo


Few days back there had been a barbaric attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris, France.  Reports indicate that Twelve people were killed and an unknown number injured when three gunmen, armed with Kalashnikov and a rocket-launcher opened fire on an editorial meeting in the Paris office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo (Charlie Weekly). Unfortunately, after the inhuman attack …

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We Strongly Condemn Sydney Siege by Armed Assailant.


Two people died, along with a gunman, after commandos stormed a cafe in Sydney, Australia, to bring to an end a 16-hour siege. Four people were injured, including a policeman hit by shotgun pellets. Central Sydney was put in lock-down when the gunman seized the hostages early on Monday, forcing some of them to hold …

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30,000 Muslims Gather For Event Near Alton


30,000 Muslims from all over the world are to gather in the Hampshire countryside later for a three-day event aimed at promoting peace. Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMC) will be at the international event, known as the 'Jalsa Salana', at Oakland Farm in East Worldham near Alton. The Jalsa Salana is the largest …

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