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Plight of Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan


First Published in U.K. in February, 2000
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The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat - An Introduction
Eternal Guidelines
Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian - Holy Founder of the Muslim Ahmadiyya Jamaat
Persecution of Ahmadis in Pakistan - A Summary
Le Contract Sociale - Basis of the Pakistani state
Demands of the Anti-Ahmadiyya Islamic Clergy
Religious and Ahmadi-specific Laws
The Tidal Wave of Persecution of Ahmadis in Pakistan in Consequence of Ordinance XX of 1984
The Blasphemy Law in Pakistan - A Brief on its Application against Ahmadis
Ahmadi Martyrs - Slain in Pakistan for their Faith - April 26, 1984 to April, 1999
Anti-Ahmadiyya Commitment of the Pakistani Establishment since 1984
Unbecoming Views of a Future President
Comments and Views of Impartial Individuals and Groups
Crimes against Humanity
Unworthy Role of the National Urdu and Sindhi Press
Believe it or not! - Absurd Application of Ordinance XX and Religious Laws
The Anti-Terrorism Legislation
Ordeal of an Ahmadi in Pakistan who is Targeted under Country's Anti-Ahmadiyya Laws
Persecution in Courts - A General View
The Burial Problem of Ahmadis in Pakistan
Desecration of Mosques
Persecution of Ahmadis in the Field of Education in Pakistan
1953 Punjab Disturbances Inquiry Report (1953/1954) - Some extracts

I Summary of Cases
II List of Ahmadis Implicated under the Blasphemy Law, PPC 295C
III Criminal Cases Registered Against Ahmadi Periodicals and the Daily Alfazl
IV Charge Sheet (FIR) Against the Ahmadi Population of Rabwah
V Change of Name of Rabwah, the Ahmadiyya Town
VI Banning Order of a Book
VII Magistrate's Order Forbidding Sports to Ahmadis
VIII Expulsion Order
IX Proforma for Obtaining Pakistani Passport - Declaration of Religion
X A Sample List of Some Ahmadis who Lost their Jobs for their Faith
XI President Rafiq Tarar - his religious profile
XII Life Sketch of Raja Zafarul Haq - Minister of Religious Affairs and Minorities

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