Liberal Muslims who are conversant about the Qadiani Ahmadiyya community have to walk a very fine line: the Ahmadiyya are discriminated against in Pakistan and are targeted by extremists in that country and liberals generally don’t want to be part of any judgmental discourse on what they perceive as
Link to my previous article on the subject Respected Iftikhar Chaudhry, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, and Respected Fakhruddin Ibrahim, Chief Election Commissioner of Pakistan: In 2002, when President Musharraf re-established a joint electorate, he agreed to the demands of Muslim scholars and issued Presidential Order Number
Sai Manish, a reporter at the popular Indian magazine Tehelka, wrote about the increasing visibility of Ahmadiyya issues in India, titled The Minority’s Minority. While it did cover many areas, some gaps were left and the conclusions drawn appeared to be based on incomplete information. Dear Sai Manish,1.
The Qadiani Ahmadiyya spent the last decade flirting with Islamophobes, supporting middle eastern wars, and vilifying Pakistan, Indonesia and other Muslim countries. Recently, Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the head of the Qadiani Ahmadiyya offshoot of Islam, appears to be attempting to gain some relevance as history passes him by. We decided
Congratulations to Prince William and Catherine Middleton, the newly-minted Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on their wedding. In addition to the display of royal tradition, it is also an endorsement of the sacrament of matrimony and a lessening of class divides in society. Among the invitees were royalty, political leaders