Who Will Speak for the Ahmadi Muslims?

Source: GATESTONE INSTITUTE International Policy Council
by Arsen Ostrovsky

Such slaughter, however, does not occur in a vacuum. It is the direct result of a pervasive state-sponsored, indoctrinated hate – with a nation using all the force of both its exchequer and communications infrastructure to incite violence. The United Nations has been totally oblivious to the plight of the Ahmadis: it has failed to pass even a single resolution at the Security Council, General Assembly or Human Rights Council.

Rejected by many in the Islamic world as heretics and routinely persecuted because their more moderate beliefs do not accord with mainstream Islamic interpretations of the Quran, the Ahmadiyya Muslim community is arguably one of the most persecuted Muslim communities in the world. However, beyond some faint pleas for better treatment from the U.S. State Department and human rights groups, the Ahmadi Muslims plight has largely gone unnoticed.
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  1. Although, by the Grace of God many politicians spoke in favour of Ahmdi’s. Yet our main source of hope remains Allah.He is sufficient for His servants. Inshallah

    He is already putting sympathy and awareness for Ahmadies. Allhamdulillah

  2. Referring to “beyond some faint pleas for better treatment from the U.S. State Department and human rights groups, the Ahmadi Muslims plight has largely gone unnoticed.” Hence there is shear need to work hard in this sector and bring a real change in the strategic dealing with contacts. Line of action needs a basic change to save Ahmadis in Pakistan.

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