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 Ahmadiyya

Monday August 15, 2011
AhmadiyyaHate GroupsIslamRNB's Religion News Blog:
Ahmadiyah attacked by Muslims An Indonesian man wounded when Muslim hate criminals attacked members of his minority Islamic sect was sentenced Monday to six months in jail, more than some of the actual attackers who were caught on video.

It is part of a pattern of abuse against followers of the Ahmadiyya sect.

Tuesday August 9, 2011
AhmadiyyaHate GroupsIslamRNB's Religion News Blog:
Islam When Dani bin Misra was released from prison last week after serving just three months for smashing in the skull of a member of a Muslim sect, this conservative Indonesian town let out a triumphant cry. “He’s a hero!” Rasna bin Wildan said of the teenage killer.

Thursday July 28, 2011
AhmadiyyaHate GroupsIslamRNB's Religion News Blog:
Islam Muslim savages who hacked, stoned and beat to death three members of a peaceful sect of Islam were given a slap on the wrist in what observers around the world consider to be a miscarriage of justice.

Last February the barbarians attacked followers of Ahmadiyya, a Muslim minority sect.

Monday February 7, 2011
AhmadiyyaHate GroupsIslamRNB's Religion News Blog:
Muslims extremists have attacked members of an heretical sect, killing three and injuring five others.

Wednesday November 10, 2010
AhmadiyyaIslam:
Ahmadiyya The beleaguered Ahmadiyah sect has tried to clarify its beliefs, with the national secretary of Ahmadiyah Indonesia, Zafrullah Pontoh, saying it had never claimed Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as their prophet.

Rather, he was the “Promised Messiah, a savior for Muslims, Christians and Jews.”

Sunday August 1, 2010
AhmadiyyaHate GroupsIslam:
Ahmadiyya Three people were allegedly injured and houses damaged when clashes broke out between an angry mob and members of Islamic sect Jamaah Ahmadiyah in Kuningan regency, West Java, on Thursday.

The Ahmadiyah sect, with 500,000 followers in Indonesia, believes that its founder Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was the final prophet and not Mohammad, contrary to the central tenet of mainstream Islam, which says Mohammad is the last prophet.

Saturday July 24, 2010
AhmadiyyaRNB's Religion News Blog:
Ahmadi Muslims have been preaching peace since the movement was founded. Now, they say they are trying to get the rest of the world to listen, Religion News Service reports.

They are pushing the Muslims for Peace movement, a public awareness campaign started by the Ahmadi community. The campaign advertises Islam as a peaceful religion, condemns terrorism and advocates for the separation of religion and state and human rights.

However, Ahmadis do not believe that Muhammad was God’s final prophet. Hence many extremist Muslims, who see Ahmadis as heretics, have carried out violent terrorist and harassment campaigns against the movement.

Wednesday June 30, 2010
AhmadiyyaHate GroupsIslamRNB's Religion News Blog:
Why are Ahmadis persecuted so ferociously in Pakistan? Because anyone who defends an apostate is themselves an apostate, writes Mohsin Hamid in an opinion piece at Dawn.com.

This is what the persecution of Ahmadis achieves. It allows any Muslim to be declared an apostate. For the logic can be continued endlessly. When an Ahmadi man is wounded in an attack and goes to a hospital for treatment, if the doctor agrees to treat him, she is helping an apostate, and therefore she becomes an apostate and subject to threats. When a policeman is deputed to protect the doctor, since she is an apostate, the policeman is helping an apostate, so he too becomes an apostate. And on and on.

The collective result of this is to silence and impose fear not just on the few per cent of Pakistanis who are Ahmadis, or even on those who are Christians and Hindus, but on all of us. The message is clear. Speaking out against the problem means you are the problem, so you had better be quiet.

Saturday May 29, 2010
AhmadiyyaHate GroupsIslam:
Ahmadiyya More than 80 worshipers of a minority Muslim sect, the Ahmadis, were killed and more than 110 wounded Friday in a coordinated assault by seven well-trained attackers on two mosques in Lahore, Pakistan’s second largest city, the authorities said.

The target was the Ahmadis, a group of about two million Muslims in Pakistan who are considered heretical by many mainstream Muslims because the Ahmadis believe that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, who founded their movement in 1889, was the messiah foretold by Muhammad, the prophet of Islam.

Friday May 28, 2010
AhmadiyyaHate GroupsIslam:
Islamic terrorism Gunmen stormed two Pakistani mosques belonging to Ahmadiyya, a minority Muslim sect, in Lahore on Friday, seizing hostages among worshippers, setting off grenades and sparking a bloody shootout with police.

Rights groups say the sect has long been persecuted in Pakistan and has remained an occasional target of sectarian attacks.

Thursday October 15, 2009
AhmadiyyaHate GroupsHuman Rights ViolationsIslam:
Ahmadiyah attacked by Muslims In Indonesia, a series of attacks on followers of the Ahmadiyah sect by fanatical Muslims — who consider the movement to be a cult of Islam — continues to draw criticism.

Alfred C. Stepan, director of the Center for the Study of Democracy, Toleration and Religion at Columbia University in New York, an expert in religion and democracy urging the government to exercise its authority when there are violations of human rights.

Sunday July 6, 2008
AhmadiyyaIslam:
Canada’s largest mosque was officially dedicated Saturday by an estimated crowd of 5,000 people that included religious leaders, Canada’s two top politicians and throngs of faithful.

Monday June 16, 2008
Ahmadiyya:
In Indonesia, Islamic hardliners have forced the government to ban a cult or sect of Islam.

Wednesday June 11, 2008
AhmadiyyaIslam:
Liberal Indonesians accused the government of caving in to extremists yesterday after it placed restrictions on the Ahmadiyah movement, a minority Islamic sect, in the face of violent protests by Muslim hardliners.

Monday June 2, 2008
AhmadiyyaIslam:
The ‘religion of peace’: Islamic hard-liners broke up a religious tolerance rally Sunday in Indonesia, beating demonstrators with bamboo sticks and calling for the deaths of members of a Muslim sect they consider heretical, witnesses said.

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