By Tayyba Seema Ahmed
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Nineteenth Century British India
Chapter 3: Jihad - Origins, Concepts and Interpretations
Chapter 4: The Essence of Jihad
Chatper 5: Introduction to the Translation
Chapter 6: Jihad and the British Government
Enforced Apostasy: Zaheeruddin v. State and the Official Persecution of the Ahmadiyya Community in Pakistan
M. Nadeem Ahmad Siddiq
The author thanks dear friends, Mujeeb-ur-Rahman, Pakistan Supreme Court Advocate, Michele Brandt, Riddhi Jani, Chris Lee, and the Editorial Board of Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice, particularly, Amy Chiericozzi, Kent Klaudt, and James McConnell. The author also thanks his parents, Mian Mohammad and Shaukat Akhtar Siddiq, for their love and support. This article is dedicated to the memories of Hazrat Sir Muhammad Zafrullah Khan (d. 1986), former President of the International Court of Justice and Hazrat Mian Hyat Mohammad (d. 1953), the author's maternal grandfather. Special dedication to beloved Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, the Head of the Ahmadiyya Community, for his spiritual guidance and inspiration.
- The Ahmadiyya Community in Islam
- History of Ahmadis in Pakistan
- The Decision in Zaheeruddin v. State
- The Pakistan Court Considers Ahmadis Non-Muslims.
- Company and Trademark Laws Do Not Prohibit Ahmadis from Muslim Practices.
- The Pakistan Court Misused United States Freedom of Religion Precedent.
- Ordinance XX Should Have Been Found Void For Vagueness
- The Pakistan Court Attributed False Statements to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.
- Ordinance XX Violates Islamic Law
- The Zaheeruddin Decision Incites Violence
- International Human Rights Law