We have achieved primary victory, anti-Ahmadiyya group tells rally
The Hifazate Khatme Nabuwat Andolon (HKNA) yesterday demanded enactment of a law in the next session of the Jatiya Sangsad to declare Ahmadiyyas non-Muslims.
The call comes on the heels of a government ban on all publications of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat.
We will paralyse the whole country if the government does not declare the kaffir Ahmadiyyas non-Muslims constitutionally, threatened Mahmudul Hasan Mamtazi, amir of the HKNA, an anti-Ahmadiyya alliance.
Dont think you have done your job by only banning Ahmadiyya books. We will go for greater countrywide movement if a law is not passed in parliament to declare these kaffirs non-Muslims.
The HKNA Nayebe Amir Noor Hossain Nurani
We have achieved primary victory in the war against the kaffirs by compelling the government to impose a ban on their publications, he said while addressing a demonstration at the Nabisco intersection in Tejgaon Industrial Area after Juma prayers yesterday.
Our peacefully demonstrations shall continue until two other demands are met declaring the Ahmadiyyas non-Muslims and passing a law to declare anyone a non-Muslim if he does not accept Prophet Mohammed (SM) as the last prophet, he said.
The HKNA organised the demonstration to press the government to meet their demands.
Over 10000 HKNA activists, many wrapped in shrouds like the dead, blocked Mohakhali and Satrasta crossings on the Tongi Diversion road after the Juma prayers disrupting traffic movement for over two hours.
Welcoming the governments ban on all Ahmadiyya publications, Shaikhul Hadith Azizul Haq asked the government to pass a law to pave the way for declaring the Ahmadiyyas non-Muslims.
The HKNA Nayebe Amir Noor Hossain Nurani warned the government: Dont think you have done your job by only banning Ahmadiyya books. We will go for greater countrywide movement if a law is not passed in parliament to declare these kaffirs non-Muslims.
Charmonai Pir Sayed Fazlul Karim, Secretary General of Islami Shashantantra Andolon (ISA) Nurul Huda Fayezi and its city committee President ATM Hemayetuddin, HKNA Secretary General Tafazzul Haq Aziz and Aamra Dhakabashi President Shamsul Haq, among others, addressed the demonstration.
The HKNA will conduct a month-long mass campaign to drum up support for declaring the Ahmadiyyas non-Muslims and hold grand rallies in the city on January 16 and 23, according to a declaration of the group.