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Are Ahmadis Non-Muslims?

By Yasser Latif Hamdani

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The poison of ignorance and extremism that Bhutto and General Zia jointly fathered during their dictatorial regimes has fully indoctrinated even those who otherwise describe themselves as educated.

This week the Large Hadron Collider at the CERN inched closer to the discovery of Higgs Boson or the God Particle as it were. In this extraordinary story of human achievement,  Dr. Abdus Salam is a key player who put Pakistan on the map of theoretical physics. In his homeland though, a group of self-styled champions of Islam have started a posthumous campaign of scurrilous slander claiming that Dr. Salam was giving out nuclear secrets. Forget that even a confirmed bigot like General Zia  held a ceremony in our only nobel prize winner’s honour or that no one ever accused Dr. Salam of any such thing; in Pakistan to be a hero you have to actually transfer technology to Iran, Libya and North Korea.

Now consider the case of 11 year old Sitara Akbar. Every Pakistani and his mother in law are citing her as a crowning national achievement, blissfully oblivious of the fact that she is an Ahmadi. To them her religion is suddenly unimportant or irrelevant or is it? How many Sitara Akbars have been expelled from our schools for being Ahmadi? How many productive citizens of this republic have been killed and maimed for believing differently?

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s National Assembly imagined itself the Islamic equivalent of the Council of Nicea. Just as that ancient bastion of Christian orthodoxy excommunicated unitarian Christians for not believing in the trinity of the father, son and the holy ghost, the National Assembly saw it fit to – primarily at the instigation of the Prime Minister and his law minister- declare an entire sect non-Muslim. Just like the post hoc elevation of the principle of trinity at Nicea, Pakistan’s National Assembly located Islam in the principle of the finality of Prophethood.

This act of our sovereign legislature stood in sharp contrast to the view of this nation’s founding father. On 5 May, 1944, in response to demands of the orthodox vis a vis Ahmadis, Jinnah made it absolutely clear that anyone who professes to be a Muslim is a Muslim and welcome in the Muslim League and that those who were raising the issue were trying to divide the Muslims. Here I am forced to say that I am inclined to accept Jinnah’s view and reject the collective wisdom of our sovereign legislature. There are several reasons which may be cited in this regard:

  1. First and foremost Pakistan is bound by the United Nations’ charter. Therefore Pakistan is bound to ensure freedom of religion for all its citizens and freedom of religion means freedom of religion according to the definition of the subject of the said freedom.
  2. Identity is subjective not objective. The state of Pakistan or any other state cannot tell an Ahmadi that he is not a Muslim because it is intrinsic to the faith of an Ahmadi.  This is an inviolable, inalienable right as part of right to life which every state in the world is bound to protect. If Ahmadis say they are Muslims they ought to be accepted as such.
  3. Pakistan is a signatory to the ICCPR and without reservations since June 2011. Therefore every piece of legislation that discriminates against Ahmadis or forces a label upon them is ultra vires the ICCPR.
  4. The Islamic argument: According to the Holy Prophet (PBUH) anyone who utters the Kalima Shahadah is a Muslim. None of the Kalimas, including the Primary Kalima Shahadah contains any reference to the principle of the finality of Prophethood as understood by the Muslim majority today.
  5. Finally because by conduct and promise, Pakistani state is estopped from claiming otherwise. In 1947, Pakistan laid claim to Qadian as a Muslim holy place, a counter-blast to Sikh claims on Nankana Sahib and Hassan Abdal.  Similarly in 1946 elections which is the basic referendum on the question of Pakistan, Ahmadi votes were instrumental in getting Muslims Pakistan. These are undeniable facts of history.

 

Therefore- fully aware of the stigma attached to this statement- I concur with Quaid-e-Azam Mahomed Ali Jinnah, thefounding father of Pakistan that Ahmadis are Muslims, if they say they are Muslims and no one, not even the sovereign legislature, has the right to say otherwise.

 

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3,176 Responses to "Are Ahmadis Non-Muslims?"

  1. AKB Pakistan Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    @sta
    Your reply to Shabnam regarding who is or isn’t a Muslim.
    That tradition may be correct but you did not mention the perspective of that Hadith, why?? It seems it relates to a different situation such as WAR ….or non Muslim Prisoners, who might have feigned as Muslims to escape Islamic punishment…phew!a straight cut on the throat of a deviate or a traitor…!
    A Muslim his known by his word and deeds. If they do not conform he is a hypocrite and if he blatantly does what Islam forbids he definitely is not a Muslim. ,A thief will always say he’s innocent …..but after a good ‘treatment’ and ‘evidence’ against him he would be condemned as a criminal. Why do you think criminals are as good as good citizens??
    An apostate is not a follower of his religion, whatever it may be and Mirjai kafirs are one of them.

    RE defect in constitutional amendment….Mirjai’s and Talibans have the same view againstit, nay the whole of the Constitution, state laws and supreme judiciary. Both of them are thus TERRORISTS, ENEMIES OF PAKISTAN AND MUSLIMS!! To hell with them and you!

  2. AKB Pakistan Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    @parliament certified muslim

    You made me laugh, silly man! Bhutto was not Hazrat…we don’t need Hadrats, one blasphemous Mirja Gulla of Qadian should be enough.
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    You talk nonsense,…speak in terms of DEMOCRACY! mirjai;s are bloody apostates and they have already failed to justify themselves like Taliban. Both ought to be sent to hell for betraying their country!

  3. parliament certified muslim United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    @AKB

    Bhutto was not Hazrat…

    Shame on you for saying that Hazrat Bhutto Shaheed was not a “Hazrat”. I, the Parliament-Certified Muslim as per the inspired Second Amendment> of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, also known as the Tihattar ka Aain, on account of your blasphemy, pronounce you, AKB, a “kafir”, “zindeeq” and “murtad”, in this life and the next. You will go to hell. Hazrat Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Shaheed was definitely a “Hazrat”, and so was Hazrat Gen. Ziaul Haq Shaheed. Hazrat Bhutto has to his credit the great feat of finally defining the term “Muslim”. You will not understand this because you are a moron. But we, the prudent Parliament-certified Muslims of Pakistan, fully appreciate the value of this service of Bhutto Shaheed. Before Hazrat Bhutto, nobody knew the definition of terms such as Islam and Muslim – not even the Ulama. In 1953, when Justice Munir asked the leading Ulama of Pakistan to define “Muslim”, they all came up with diverse and divergent definitions. Poor old Munir got further confused. Then enters our hero Hazrat Bhutto Shaheed. Lo and behold! “Muslim” is finally defined after almost 1400 years.

    Then came Hazrat Ziaul Haq – his disagreement with Bhutto notwithstanding. Upon discovering that the pious Afghan Muslims were famine struck and had no alternative means of income, Hazrat Gen Zia swiftly made secret arrangements for the export of Afghan poppy-products (heroin and hashish) via Pakistan to the rest of the Kafir world, thus helping his Muslim brethren. Hazrat Gen Zia was a true disciple of Hazrat Maulana Maudoodi (Founder of Jamaat-i-Islami) and a spiritual brother to Hazrat Maulana Munawwar Hassan (Current Amir of Jamaat-i-Islami). Just as Hazrat Bhutto Shaheed helped us all in understanding the true meaning of Muslim, by means of great second Fatwa also known as the Second Amendment, so has Hazrat Munawwar Hassan helped us all in correctly understanding the ambiguous term Shaheed. According to the latest fatwa issued by Hazrat Maulana Munawwar Hassan (Amir Jamaat-i-Islami), in relation to the recent Pakistan Army vs Taliban Army War:
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    FATWA : . . . All 5000 Pakistan Army men killed while fighting against the Taliban Army are merely “Maqtools” and by no means “Shaheeds”, whereas each and every single man of the Taliban Army killed while fighting against the Pakistan Army is a certified “Shaheed”.
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    In light of this inspirational fatwa, all Pakistanis must now use expressions such as Anjahani Gen. Sanaullah and Shaheed Hakeemullah Mehsud.

  4. AKB Pakistan Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    @parliament certified muslim

    Hundred thousand times shame on you for calling Bhutto a Hadrat eventhough you admit he was more than that. Hadrat can only stand for Mirja Ghulla a Rasgulla of Qadian,,,,,,
    Who is Qatil and who’s Maqtool….decide it the Mongolian way and all well end up well!
    Go and wash your face in the Boodhi Ganga, you damn Mirjai lout!

  5. AKB Pakistan Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    @parliament certified muslim

    Hundred thousand times shame on you for calling Bhutto a Hadrat eventhough you admit he was more than that. Hadrat can only stand for Mirja Ghulla a Rasgulla of Qadian,,,,,,
    Who is Qatil and who’s Maqtool….decide it the Mongolian way and all will end up well!
    Go and wash your face in the Boodhi Ganga, you damn Mirjai lout!

  6. AKB Pakistan Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    @parliament certified muslim

    Don’t try to play turtle. Fatwa’s are just opinions not endorsed by the state,only foolish guys like you take them to heart.
    As far as Mirjai apostates are concerned the Fatwa against them is purely democratic, lawful and constitutional. Flaunting state ‘fatwa’ and general consensus of the Ummah should be accepted with open heart. If i were a Mirjai (God forbid) I would certainly have accepted the ‘fatwa’ and hailed my separate identity but Mirjai’s are mirjai’s….they are like Taliban…as adamant as pigs, hard to appease.

  7. sta Pakistan Safari iPhone says:

    @parliament certified muslim (December 25, 2013 at 9:21 pm)

    According to the latest fatwa issued by Hazrat Maulana Munawwar Hassan (Amir Jamaat-i-Islami), in relation to the recent Pakistan Army vs Taliban Army War:
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    FATWA : . . . All 5000 Pakistan Army men killed while fighting against the Taliban Army are merely “Maqtools” and by no means “Shaheeds”, whereas each and every single man of the Taliban Army killed while fighting against the Pakistan Army is a certified “Shaheed”.
    .
    In light of this inspirational fatwa, all Pakistanis must now use expressions such as Anjahani Gen. Sanaullah and Shaheed Hakeemullah Mehsud.

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    So this is the latest fatwa?

  8. Zeeshan Sweden Google Chrome Mac OS says:

    Hamdani himself seems to be Quadyani..

  9. AKB Pakistan Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    QADIANIS ARE ENEMIES OF PAKISTAN AND ISLAM…
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    ,,,,,,,,,,, it appears necessary to say, if the general law applied so far, gives everyone a right to the use of any word, name, and epithet etc., or, do there exist any recognized restrictions already? It will be appreciated that some of the epithets, descriptions and titles etc., as given in Section 298B have been used by Quran for specific personages (See 33; 32, 33:54 and 9: 100) while others undoubtedly and rather admittedly being used by the Muslims, for those mentioned there, exclusively for last about 1400 years. These epithets carry special meaning, are part of the Muslim belief and used for reverence. Any person using them for others, in the same manner, may be conveying impression to others that they are concerned with Islam when the fact may be otherwise.

    It is to be noted that it is not only in Pakistan but throughout the world, that laws protect the use of words and phrases which have special connotations or meaning and which if used for other may amount to deceiving or misleading the people. The English Company Law lays down that a name must not be misleading or suggest a connection with the Crown, a Government Department, or a municipality, and only in exceptional circumstances will names be allowed which include “Imperial”, “Commonwealth”, “National”, or “International”. The use of word’s “Cooperative” and “Building Society” is also forbidden. The most important is the rule that the name will be refused registration if it is too like the name of an existing company. These provisions have been strictly applied and were never challenged in a Court of law or the Parliament.

    Section 20 of the Indian Company Law also lays down that no company shall be registered by a name which, in the opinion of the Central Government, is undesirable and that a name which is identical with, or too nearly resembles, the name by which a company in existence has been previously registered, will be deemed to be undesirable by the Central Government. The Indian Constitution has similar Fundamental Rights as ours but we have not seen a single decision of any court there, declaring the restrictions violative of these rights.

    A law for protection of trade and merchandise marks exists, practically, in every legal system of the world to protect the trade names and marks etc. with the result that no registered trade name or mark of one firm or company can be used by any other cancers and a violation thereof, not only entitles the owner of the trade name or mark to receive damages from the violator but it is a criminal offense also.

    Here we may refer to English Law. It was held in J. Bollinger v. Costa Brava Wine Company Ltd. {1959} 3 W.L.R. 966] that “An injunction could be obtained to restrain the defendant from continuing a practice that was calculated to deceive, although there was no proof of an intent to deceive”.

    The Chapter X of the Trade and Merchandise Mars Act, 1958, of India provides penalties for falsifying and falsely applying trade marks or for applying false trade marks, trade descriptions, etc., or for selling goods to which a false trademark or false description is applied.

    The Chapter VXIII of the Indian and Pakistan Penal Codes, contains offenses relating to documents and to trade and property marks. Section 481 says “Whoever, marks any moveable property or goods or any, package or other receptacle containing movable property or goods, or uses any case, package or other receptacle having any trade mark thereon, in a manner reasonably calculated to cause it to be believed that the property or goods so marked or any property or goods contained in any receptacle so marked, belong to a person to whom they do not belong is said to use a false property mark. The offense is a fraud and is punishable with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to one year, or with fine or with both.

    Laws similar to above have been in force in Pakistan, and no one challenged them on any ground. We may here refer to section 69 of the Trade Marks Act, 1940, which was applicable to the subcontinent of India. The amended section as now applicable in Pakistan is as under:

    “69. Restraint of use of Royal Arms and State emblems: If a person, without due authority, uses in connection with any trade, business, calling or profession –

    (a) the Royal Arms or Government Arms (or arms to closely resembling the same as to be calculated to deceive) in such manner as to be calculated to lead to the belief that he is duly authorized so to use the Royal Arms or Government Arms, or

    (b) name, title and semblance of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah and any variations thereof or any device, emblem or title in such manner as to be calculated to lead to the belief that he is employed by, or supplies goods to, or is connected with, His Majesty’s Government or the Federal Government or any Provincial Government or any department of any such Government, or

    (c) the emblem, the official seal and the name or any abbreviation of the name of the United Nations or any subsidiary body set up by the United Nations or of the World Health Organization in such manner as is to be calculated to lead to the belief that he is duly authorized by the Secretary-General in the case of the United Nations or by the Director-General of the World Health Organization in the case of that Organization to use that emblem, seal or name,he may, at the suit of any person who is authorized to use such Arms or such device, emblem or title or of the Registrar, be restrained by injunction from continuing so to use the same.

    Provided that nothing in this section shall be construed as affecting the right, if any, of the proprietor of a trademark containing any such Arms, device, emblem or title to continue to sue such trade mark.”

    It is thus clear that intentionally using trade names, trade marks, property marks or descriptions of others in order to make believe others that they belong to the user thereof amounts to an offense and not only the perpetrator can be imprisoned and fined but damages can be recovered and injunction to restrain him issued. This is true of goods of even very small value. For example, the Coca Cola Company will not permit anyone to sell, even a few ounces of his own product in his own bottles or other receptacles, marked Coca Cola, even though its price may be a few cents. Further, it is a criminal offense carrying sentences of imprisonment and also fine. The principles involved are: do not deceive and do not violate the property rights of others.

    Generally speaking, the people who are deceiving others with falsified names are being discouraged, even though the loss may be in terms of pennies. In our case, a law has been made to protect even the title an of Quaid-e-Azam, without any challenge from any quarter. However, in this Ideological State, the appellants, who are non-Muslims want to pass off their faith as Islam? It must be appreciated that in this part of the world, faith is still the most precious thing to a Muslim believer, and he will not tolerate a government which is not prepared to save him of such deceptions or forgeries.

    The appellants, on the other hand, insist not only for a license to pass off their faith as Islam but they also want to attach the exclusive epithets and descriptions etc., of the very revered Muslim personages to those heretic non-Muslims, who are considered not even a patch on them. In fact the Muslim treat it as defiling and desecration of those personages. Thus, the insistence on the part of the appellants and their community to use the prohibited epithets and the ‘Shaa’ire Islam leave no manner of doubt, even to a common man, that the appellants want to do so intentionally and it may, in that case amount to not only defiling those pious personages but deceiving others. And, if a religious community insists on deception as its fundamental right and wants assistance of courts in doing the same, then God help it. It has been held by the United States Supreme Court in Cantwell vs. Connecticut (310 U – S – 296 at 306) that “the cloak of religion or religious belief does not protect anybody in committing fraud upon the public”.
    Read full arguments at………
    http://irshad.org/exposed/legal/pkcort93.php

  10. Hisham Talibani United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    Qadianis are “Zindeeq” and according to Islamic Sharia the Zindeeq are liable to be put to death en masse. The writer seems to be a Qadiani himself and if it so then we give him the assurance that we will hunt you down everywhere and would expose your dirty beliefs and shenanigans against Islam and Muslims. Crush the Qadianis! It is the order of the day.

  11. Majumdar India Google Chrome Windows says:

    Hisham Talibani United StatesGoogle ChromeWindows says:
    January 31, 2014 at 10:33 am

    This is serious hate speech- the poster is openly inciting violence. Moderators, kindly refer this to authorities.

    Regards

  12. YLH United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    Hisham Talibani,

    My response reads thusly: FUCK YOU.

  13. sta Pakistan Safari iPhone says:

    @Parliament-Certified Muslim (December 25, 2013 at 9:21 pm)
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    Actually, there are two aspects to the fatwa issued by the Ameer of Jamaat-i-Islami Maulana Munawwar Hassan:
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    1. All Pakistan Army soldiers killed fighting against the Taliban are merely “Maqtools” and “not Shaheeds”.
    2. All Talban killed fighting against the Pakistan Army, indeed Pakistan itself, are definitely “Shaheeds”.
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    It is least surprising that this should be what the worthy Ameer of Jamaat-i-Islami decrees. After all, his is a party that opposed Pakistan and the Quaid-e-Azam tooth and nail. Concurrently, and dare I say interestingly, there also happens to be another remarkable statement, issued by another esteemed religious scholar of Pakistan, Maulana Fazlur Rehman of Jamiat Ulama Islam. He declared with no less audacity that if even a dog got killed by the Americans in this on-going war against terrorism, that dog would be a “Shaheed”.
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    If one studies these two “fatwas”, issued recently by Pakistan’s two most learned scholars, Maulana Munawwar Hassan and Maulana Fazlur Rehman, in conjunction, the conclusion you arrive at is that while a dog killed by the Americans may be a “Shaheed”, a Pakistan Army soldier killed in defence of his homeland by the Taliban “can not be termed a Shaheed”.
    .
    Five thousand valiant and patriotic men lay down their lives fighting for their homeland, and this is what the country’s top maulanas have to say!

  14. hafiz munsif Pakistan Google Chrome Windows says:

    a.a

  15. Muhammad Imran Pakistan Google Chrome Windows says:

    For the sake of God in whatever you believe please leave the double standard approach with reference to founding father of Pakistan and democracy. If legislature passes a law that is against the religion then it is democracy but if it declared ahmadi’s non muslim then they have no right to pass such law. There is no doubt to say that without believing in the finality of Prophethood of Muhammad (SAW)by words and means no one can claim to be a muslim. And as it is reffered Kalima Shahadah in the article, it is cleared that Kalima Shahadah describes the basic beliefs of Islam, 1. Oneness of Allah 2. Prophethood of Muhammad (SAW. It is logical, when one professes the second part of Kalima Shahada he accepts the authority of Muhammad (SAw) in all matters of life including beliefs and it is clearly mentioned in the Holy Quran and Hadith that Muhammad is the Last and Final Prophet of The ALLAH. So whent you claim to believe in second part of Kalima Shahada i.e Prophethood of Muhammad, you must believe in Quran and Hadith that establishes the the Finality of Prophethood of Muhammad (SAW). May Allah guide us all towards the right path of Islam and Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

  16. Salahuddin United Kingdom Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Words have meanings, definitions must fulfill certain discrete categories to apply to a particular thing. If this simple, obvious principle isn’t followed then nothing means anything really. If I start calling myself a Christian tomorrow but dont believe in the divinity of Jesus then I am not a Christian no matter who proclaims in my favour, no matter how many people rise up to prevent my “oppression” and no matter which legislative body confirms my self-labelling. The National Assembly of Pakistan cannot define what is Muslim or non-Muslim, the criteria already exist, but they can certainly declare whether this definition applies to a certain group in the legal sphere.

    It doesn’t matter how many Nobel prize winners are produced from the Ahmadi community, we are not so starved for the adulation of the world that we would put the principles of our religion in jeopardy for it. The proceedings of the National Assembly in regards to the Ahmadi question are publicly available on the internet and anyone can read them and see that this is no ecumenical council. The evidence was so overwhelmingly against the Ahmadi delegation that I don’t believe the members could have voted otherwise in good conscience. There is good cause for improving relations between Ahmadis and Muslims in Pakistan, but calling Ahmadis Muslims is the perfect way to ruin it.

  17. HKbajwa Denmark Google Chrome Windows says:

    @ HishamTabiani

    Lovely.. genocide truly IS the best way to convince the world of the “greatness” of Islam. I bet you also fully support the killing of anybody who wishes to convert to another religion from Islam.

    What you follow is not a religion.. you follow the principles of a genocidal gang of ghundas

    The “dirty belief” being exposed here is yours and yours alone.

    @ Salahuddin

    It does not matter whether YOU or anybody else defines ahmadis as muslims.. the question is do they have the right to define THEMSELVES as muslim?

    As long as genocidal lunatics like the “pukka muslim” mentioned above have the right to call themselves muslim, then ANYBODY can call themselves muslim. As long as murderers like Mumtaz Qadri can call themselves muslim, ANYBODY can call themselves muslim.

    Don’t pretend that somebody owns the copyright to the description muslim. If you are a believer then you must know that such a copyright lies 100% in the hands of the Creator.

  18. AKB Pakistan Google Chrome Windows says:

    Muhammad Ali Jinnah

    While Muhammad Ali Jinnah was studying law at the University of London, he had a professor, named Peters, who had an unexplained animosity for Jinnah, and because Jinnah never backed down, their “arguments” were very common.
    One day, Mr. Peters was having lunch at the dining room at the University and Jinnah came along with his tray and sat next to the professor. The professor, in his arrogance, said, “Mr. Jinnah” you do not understand… a pig and a bird do not sit together to eat,” to which Jinnah replied , “Don’t worry professor, I’ll fly away,” and he went and sat at another table.
    Prof. Peters, now red with rage, planned his revenge on the next test . When the test was taken Jinnah responded brilliantly to all questions. Finally, Prof. Peters asked him, “Mr. Jinnah if you are walking down the street and find a package, and within it there is a bag of wisdom and another bag with a lot of money; which one would you take?”
    Without hesitating, Jinnah responded, “The one with the money, of course.”
    Mr. Peters, smiling, said, “I, in your place, would have taken the wisdom, don’t you think?”
    ” Well each one must take what one doesn’t have,” responded Jinnah indifferently.
    Prof. Peters, by now almost hysterical, scribbled the word “idiot” on the sheet and shoved it at Jinnah. Jinnah takes the exam sheet and sits down. A few minutes later, Jinnah goes up to the professor and says, ” Prof. Peters, you’ve signed the sheet, but you haven’t given me my grade !”

  19. Majumdar India Google Chrome Windows says:

    AKB sb,
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    Welcome back.
    .
    Regards

  20. Majumdar India Google Chrome Windows says:

    Akb sb,
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    Why are you calling our beloved Qaid a traitor, I can understand murtad, but isnt traitor plain wrong?
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    Regards

  21. differ India Google Chrome Windows says:

    to AKB
    ”’
    ”’

    Jinnah’s intelligence was not due to islam – it was due to his hindu ancestry. The more islamic he became the more evil and deceitful he became.

  22. Majumdar India Google Chrome Windows says:

    Ahem,
    .
    You are back in India? Gr8!!!.
    .
    Regards

  23. Zehra United States Safari iPad says:

    YSL great article! Keep up the good work!

    Don’t know why Pakistanis have nothing more than religion to obessess over ? Why don’t you letit rest with God who is a Muslim and who isn’t?

  24. ALY Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    Qadianiz are human being,

  25. ALY Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    I am sorry to say that a large population of educated Pakistani studying there higher education from Europe and other parts of the world are so Ignorant about other people. I would suggest them to be aware first about yourself and try to study your own, do not believe on people like so called MULLAS who just say, who is Muslim or not? try to understand the concept of humanity, which is much biger than religions.

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