Pakistan’s shame exposed

Like the original Kasur sex video mega scandal of 2015 was allowed to be pushed under the carpet, Zainab’s case too seems to be moving in a similar direction—to exhaust the patience of the masses By Wajid Shamsul Hasan JANUARY 17, 2018 Kasur was all over international media in August […]

Scotland: Murderer Tanveer Ahmed (of Martyred Ahmadi Muslim Asad Shah) appeals sentence

Source: Asad Shah murder: Killer ‘laughed and laughed’ as Glasgow shopkeeper lay dying The brother of murdered shopkeeper Asad Shah has described the torment of trying to rescue his sibling from sectarian killer Tanveer Ahmed. Asad Shah murder: Brother describes fight to defend him from sectarian attacker The brother of […]

For Ahmadiyah in Indonesia, Persecution Remains Unaddressed

By Andreyka Natalegawa on  Jul 22, 2015 Residents in Bukit Duri, South Jakarta, hold up a sign saying they refuse to accept any activities carried out by the Ahmadiyah community. (Antara Photo/Akbar Nugroho Gumay) Jakarta. Members of the Ahmadiyah community in Indonesia continue to be discriminated against and religious leaders say a comprehensive, multi-pronged […]

Poison in the body politic

The News: Forty years ago, Pakistan’s parliament passed the Second Amendment to the 1974 Constitution, declaring Ahmadis as non-Muslims. The move, taken presumably under Saudi pressure, has led to far-reaching consequences that are tearing the country apart. Pakistan’s Ahmadi citizens, who first supported the call for the new nation and […]

Pakistan’s Original Sin

THE SOUTH ASIA CHANNEL Pakistan’s Original Sin BY USMAN AHMAD OCTOBER 13, 2014 The fields of Hampshire are usually associated with blazing crops of rapeseed and fragrant lavender. But on the final weekend of August, over 30,000 Ahmadi Muslims from all over the world converged on Oakland Farm in East […]