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Perspective: Ahmadiyya Muslims are killed for their faith in Pakistan | Bashir U. Mehmud


Any Judge who makes judgment and declares an Ahmadi not guilty of any crime loses his job and most likely will get killed by by the mob misguided by mullah.

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By Bashir U. Mehmud | April 20, 2017

The 40 people on death row are 99.9 percent Ahmadi Muslims.

Thanks for your April 4 editorial ("Censorship in Pakistan hits home in the U.S."), which is 100 percent correct.

The country, which is called "The Islamic Republic of Pakistan" is the worst place to live for any human being such as Muslim, Christians, Jews, Hindus and Budhmut.

The ruler is not Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The real rulers are the so-called fanatic mullahs, whose thinking is that they have, God forbid, more power than the almighty God, the creator of the universe. The most disliked communities in Pakistan are Christians and Ahmadiyya Muslims. Their houses of worship are set on fire in the presence of Pakistani police. The members of both communities are killed almost every month, especially the Ahmadi Muslims.

Nobody on the face of the earth has the right to protest or take any action against blasphemy except the God himself. The meanings of blasphemy written in Webster's dictionary are "the act of expressing lack of reverence for God." The Islamic greetings like Assalamo Alaikum (peace and blessing of God be on you) or reciting of Kalima (the first pillar of Islam) are forbidden for an Ahmadi Muslim to say or calling their worship places as mosques are forbidden. If any Ahmadi Muslim recites the Kalma or says Assalamo Alaikum in presence of mullah; the same moment the mullah will call the police, the Ahmadi Muslim will be arrested and put in jail forever without any trial.

Any Judge who makes judgment and declares an Ahmadi not guilty of any crime loses his job and most likely will get killed by by the mob misguided by mullah. Like a Punjab governor who defended a Christian woman who said some words about the Prophet of Islam was killed by his own police guard accusing him of blasphemy.

The 40 people on death row are 99.9 percent Ahmadi Muslims. Therefore, as you mentioned, the puppet of mullahs calls blasphemy an "unpardonable offense." One store owner in his 80s in Rabwah, Pakistan, a city that is the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, was arrested and accused of preaching Islam, and is in and undisclosed location barring his family members to see him and provide the old man his medications or any help. There is clause in the so-called Pakistani constitution that says Ahmadies are not Muslims. This was done under the Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (father of Benazir Bhutto) who later was hanged under the martial law administrator Gen. Zia-ul-Haq, who later was killed in a plane crash.

In May 2010, 84 Ahmadies were killed in simultaneous attacks on two mosques in the city of Lahore, a provincial capital. The government of Pakistan took no action. That attack created widows and orphans. I'll request President Trump to pressure Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to eliminate that clause in Pakistan's constitution that calls the Ahmadi Muslims "not Muslims" and make a secular Pakistan and bar mullahs to intervene in any other religious sect's affairs, and if they do they must be arrested.

The United States of America is a great place to live for all residents irrespective of religion. May God bless the USA.


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Bashir U. Mehmud is president of the Fitchburg chapter of the International Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.



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