Skip to main content.
A non-profit service providing academics, religion professionals and other researchers with religion & cult news

Religion news articles about religious cults, sects, world religions, and related issues

Home | About RNB Related: Cult FAQ | Cult Experts | Apologetics Index | Cult Information Search Engine
More articles about: Ahmadiyya:

Ahmadiyyas urge govt to lift ban

The Daily Star, Bangladesh
Apr. 19, 2004 • Monday April 19, 2004

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Bangladesh yesterday urged the government to withdraw the ban on its publications, terming the government move ‘unjust’.

In a press release, the sect’s General Secretary Kawsar Ali Mollah said the government decision has encouraged the religious zealots, who have long been spreading anti-Ahmadiyya sentiments to create instability in the society.

Kawsar said the Ahmadiyya devotees are suffering a lot due to the ban. The government being subservient to the anti-Ahmadiyya religious bigots took the decision that was ‘unjust’ and ‘wrong’, he added.

The government banned all publications of the Ahmadiyya sect on January 8, a day before the end of an ultimatum by the religious zealots of declaring the sect non-Muslim.

Kawsar also expressed his surprise over the seizure of the Quran and Bukhari Sharif by police from the Ahmadiyya Mosque in Nakhalpara in the city on Friday, saying the Muslims have the right to read and keep the holy Quran in the mosque.

He alleged the religious bigots are attempting to attack the Ahmadiyyas across the country, as the government has made room for them through the ban.

info Original content is © Copyright Religion News Blog. All rights reserved.
    Do not republish or repost. Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape

share this article Share this article

tag Related Articles

arrow Topic(s): Ahmadiyya

Comment Comment

Join Religion News Blog at Google+ to comment, share, and follow.

RSS Feed Follow Us


Religion News You May Like This As Well

Why are you not using Nozbe?

Don't you need to get things done?

Religion News Search Search Religion News Blog