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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 Huffington Post 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.

Muslim professor killed fellow academic in city of Peshawar, Pakistan on Monday

  • Muslim professor shoots dead fellow Pakistani academic after the two argued about their different religions
  • Muslim professor killed fellow academic in city of Peshawar, Pakistan on Monday
  • Professor Khattak, who belongs to the Ahmadi faith, was shot driving to college
  • Shooting happened day after they had a heated discussion over religious matter

 

By Clare McCarthy for Mail Online, 5 October 2020

A Pakistani Muslim professor shot and killed another professor from the Ahmadi minority in the northwestern city of Peshawar, Pakistan on Monday.

Police said the shooting happened a day after the two allegedly had a heated discussion over a religious matter.

The attacker, identified as Professor Farooq Maad, and another gunman opened fire on the car of Professor Naeem Khattak as he was driving to his college, according to police official Siraj Ahmad.

A Muslim professor shot and killed a fellow professor from the minority Ahmadi faith in the northwestern city of Peshawar, Pakistan (pictured) on Monday – the day after the two had a verbal brawl over religious issues

Professor Khattak belonged to the minority Ahmadi faith, which was established in the Indian subcontinent in the 19th century by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, whose followers believe was a prophet.

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Police said Khattak was killed by a fellow professor and another man a day after they had a verbal brawl over religious issues.
The victim and the attacker worked at different colleges.
Saleem Uddin, a spokesman for Pakistan’s Ahmadi community, said Khattak had completed his doctorate in Zoology and was facing problems because of his faith.

In a statement, he said Khattak had received threats and he demanded protection for people belonging to their community.
‘The government has failed in providing protection to Ahmadis,’ he said.

Without directly naming the military, he urged state institutions to ensure the protection of Ahmadis.

Pakistan’s Parliament declared Ahmadis non-Muslims in 1974, and they have repeatedly been targeted by Islamic extremists. Pictured: Khyber Gate, a monument west of Peshawar

Pakistan’s Parliament declared Ahmadis non-Muslims in 1974, and they have repeatedly been targeted by Islamic extremists, drawing condemnation from domestic and international human right groups.
Homes and places of worship of Ahmadis have been attacked by Sunni militants who consider them heretics.
Peshawar is the provincial capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province bordering Afghanistan and it has a strong presence of majority Sunni Muslims and extremists.
Attacks on the country’s minorities, including Christians and Hindus, have increased since 2018, when the government of Prime Minister Imran Khan came into power, although Khan has repeatedly promised to safeguard their basic rights.

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