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Historic Ahmadi mosque demolished by Sunni Muslim mob in Pakistan

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The Ahmadis suffer persecution, oppression and slaughter at the hands of Muslims in so many Muslim countries because they attempted to reform/reinterpret jihad and Islam (claiming it to be “peaceful”). That’s bad enough. But the Ahmadis attack me for my defense of their rights. Oh yes, read this from Harris Zafar, National Spokesperson for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, in the Huffington Post: Confronting Pamela Geller (Updated With Response). My response is below Zafar’s suicidal screed. And it took an army of tweeters to get the Puff Ho to run it.

And it’s not just Zafar: Qasim Rashid carries water for his oppressors and furthers the Islamic supremacist war against freedom of speech. He also whitewashes the Qur’an’s justification for domestic abuse.

“Historic Ahmadi mosque demolished by mob in Pakistan,” The New Arab, May 24, 2018 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

A mob in Pakistan tore down a historic mosque belonging to the country’s Ahmadi community on Thursday, in the latest act of violence against the minority Muslim sect.

The attack took place in the eastern Pakistani city of Sialkot, with videos showing Sunni extremists tearing down the place of worship. No worshippers are believed to have been in the mosque at the time of the attack.

The mosque had been an important place of worship for Pakistan’s persecuted Ahmadi sect for the past 135 years.

It was said to be visited by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad who founded the faith and is considered to be a prophet by its followers.

Ahmadis were declared “non-Muslims” by Pakistan in 1974, depriving them of many basic rights.

Ahmadis say that dozens of other mosques in Pakistan have been destroyed or closed down by authorities….

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