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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmadra, 4th Caliph of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
Description: Murder in the name of Allah is a general review, with special emphasis on the subject of freedom of expression in Islam. This book is a reminder that purpose of any religion is the spread of peace, tolerance, and understanding. It urges that meaning of Islam - submission to the will of God - has been steadily corrupted by minority elements in the community. Instead of spreading peace, the religion has been abused by fanatics and made an excuse for violence and the spread of terror, both inside and outside the faith.
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By Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, The Promised Messiah and Mahdi, Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at.
Darurat-ul-Imam, or The Need for the Imam, spells out in depth the urgency and need for the Imam of the age, and his qualities and hallmarks as the Divinely appointed guide, the voice articulate of the age, and the constant recipient of Divine revelations, and how all these qualities are fully present in the person of the holy author.
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In this book, the author deals with an issue that has lamentably marked humankind's religious history. Relying on a wide range of interviews he conducted throughtout Pakistan, Antonio R. Gualtieri relates the tragic experience of members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community. Their right to define themselves as Muslims has been denied by the Govt. of Pakistan acting in collusion with orthodox Islamic teachers. Ahmadis have been beaten and murdered. They have been jailed, hounded from jobs and schools, their mosques sealed or vandalized, for professing to be Muslims and following Islamic practices. This book records their testimony of Harassment and persecution resulting from their loyalty to their understanding of God and HIS revelation.
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Commentary by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad (may Allah be pleased with him). The most comprehensive commentary on Holy Quran ever written.
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Home April-June, 2011
Updates: April-June, 2011
June
Prosecutor weak in Ahmadiyah trial: Elsam - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 27, 2011
Refugee Agency slams arrests in Thailand - The Nation, Thailand - June 21, 2011
New Refugee Arrests Undermine Recent Progress - Irrawaddy News, Thailand - June 21, 2011
Refugees are ‘still suffering’ - Bangkok Post, Thailand - June 21, 2011
A community marked for death - The Nation, Thailand - June 20, 2011
Embassy should have remained silent instead of lying - The Nation, Thailand - June 20, 2011
Writing on the pamphlet - News on Sunday, Pakistan - June 19, 2011
Ahmadis in Karachi: Pulpit pounding, barricades, prayers but no peace - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - June 19, 2011
Two groups in tension over Ahmadiyah issues - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 19, 2011
Bashir Sentence Passed to Avoid Angering Radicals - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - June 18, 2011
Third time’s a charm - The Economist, UK - June 17, 2011
PML-N and Bigotry: The ‘Basanti’ Connection - Newsline Magazine, Pakistan - June 14, 2011
Pakistani terrorists threaten Ahmadi community - MSN Indonesia - June 14, 2011
Terrorists chalk out plan to target Ahmedis - Daily Times, Pakistan - June 14, 2011
Pakistan's future is tied to rights for minorities - Spero News, USA - June 13, 2011
Murshid, Marwa Na Daina - Newsline Magazine, Pakistan - June 13, 2011
Textile City: Politicians turn blind eye to hate pamphlets - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - June 13, 2011
Immigration law is always top priority - Bangkok Post, Thailand - June 13, 2011
Ahmadis fair game for TTP kidnappers - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - June 10, 2011
Targeting minorities: No friend to Ahmadis in Faisalabad - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - June 9, 2011
After Banten attack, Ahmadi could face 6 years in prison - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 09, 2011
Could Indonesia ‘Pakistanize’? - Wall Street Journal, USA - June 08, 2011
Indonesia: Act on Human Rights Commitments - Human Rights Watch, USA - June 08, 2011
Thailand frees 96 Pakistani refugees - Gulf News, Dubai - June 7, 2011
Detained in Thailand: Almost 100 Pakistani refugees released - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - June 7, 2011
Pakistani refugees freed on bail from Thai jail - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - June 6, 2011
Pakistani refugees freed on bail from Thai jail - The Straits Times, Singapore - June 6, 2011
Thailand releases Pakistani refugees on bail - The Nation, Thailand - June 5, 2011
Thailand to free Pakistan refugees - Channel News Asia, Singapore - June 4, 2011
A question of faith: ‘Repeal blasphemy law or make it flawless’ - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - June 2, 2011
Report on status of religious minorities launched - The News International, Pakistan - June 1, 2011
May
One year after attack on Ahmadis - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - June 29, 2011
Persecution of Ahmadis continues despite attacks - Daily Times, Pakistan - May 29, 2011
A minority without rights - The Friday Times, Pakistan - May 27, 2011
Leaders call for a return to Pancasila - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 25, 2011
‘Botched trial’ leaves Cikeusik mob in the dark - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 23, 2011
UN High Commissioner urges for Special Rapporteur visit - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 18, 2011
UN tells RI to review laws restricting religious freedom - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 18, 2011
UN ‘Disturbed’ by Indonesia’s Religious Violence - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - May 17, 2011
Survivors Recount Violence in Cikeusik - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - May 16, 2011
Islamic Hard-Liners Plan Massive Pancasila Rally - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - May 11, 2011
‘Victim’ Reveals Sinister Workings Of NII Recruiters - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - May 3, 2011
Is Dislike of SBY Driving Military Old Guard to Hard-Liners? - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - May 2, 2011
April
Climate of fear over Pakistan blasphemy laws - BBC News, UK - April 28, 2011
Indonesian leader unworried by radical Islam rise - Zee News, India - April 27, 2011
12 Indonesians stand trial over sectarian murders - MSN News, Malaysia - April 26, 2011
Ahmadiyah Attack Trial Begins Under Heavy Security - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 26, 2011
NU Leader Asks for a Return to Peace in Islam - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 20, 2011
Indonesia: Ensure Security in Religious Killings Trial - Human Rights Watch, USA - April 19, 2011
Nine Months for Ahmadi Found Guilty of Stabbing - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 19, 2011
Ahmadi gets 9 months in prison - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 19, 2011
International Religious Freedom Report 2010 - Pakistan - U.S. Department of State - November 17, 2010
International Religious Freedom Report 2010 - Bangladesh - U.S. Department of State - November 17, 2010
International Religious Freedom Report 2010 - Indonesia - U.S. Department of State - November 17, 2010
Fears of Indonesia’s Ahmadiyah sect - BBC News, UK - April 18, 2011
Indonesia Risks Taking Pakistan’s Path to Intolerance - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 18, 2011
Banten Wants Tolerance, Bogor Bans Christians - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 18, 2011
Ahmadiyah a test of dialogue, law [Opinion] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 15, 2011
Over 400 Ahmadis ‘On Right Path,’ West Java Governor Says - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 15, 2011
Young Attackers of Cisalada Ahmadiyah Sent to Prison - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 14, 2011
NGOs Say US Got it Wrong on Indonesian Human Rights - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 11, 2011
The banal rhetoric of imperialism, colonialism [Opinion] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 08, 2011
Ahmadiyah Decree Triggers Violence: Amnesty Int’l - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 07, 2011
Government Still Unsure How to Resolve Ahmadiyah Issue - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 07, 2011
Govt Tells Bogor Villagers It Will Deal With Ahmadis - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 07, 2011
RI moving in wrong direction: Amnesty - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 07, 2011
RI media playing up Ahmadiyah issues: expert - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 07, 2011
Ahmadi properties attacked in Bogor - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - April 06, 2011
Slain Indonesian Ahmadi Found His Salvation in Faith - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 05, 2011
Indonesia Ahmadiyya Clerics Respond over Bans - Viva News, Indonesia - April 04, 2011
PPP Officially Supports Ahmadiyah Ban - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 04, 2011
Ahmadiyah’s Fate Known Soon: Religion Minister - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - April 01, 2011
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