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Kashif N Chaudhry Apr 6
Replying to @ImranKhanPTI
All the more reason to abolish the anti-Ahmadi laws, Pakistan’s version of Jim Crow laws, persecuting the Ahmadi Muslims for their basic religious profession and identity.
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Obaid Dec 26
This is the new requirement for Ahmadis in the CNIC form inserted by . This is like state has declared Ahmadis as dogs and now forcing them to bark like dogs too. Behaving like humans is not a choice anymore. Worse kind of persecution.
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Kashif N Chaudhry Apr 10
Those Pakistanis who justify the country’s anti-Ahmadi laws lose their moral ground to protest elsewhere.
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Asad Ali Shah Apr 6
Replying to @moonalala
Mashal Iftikhar said...I, a Sunni Muslim, believe that Ahmadi muslims minority and all other minorities in Pakistan must be protected at ANY COST. Religious freedom MUST PREVAIL. Sunnis - Retweet to show solidarity with your fellow humans
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Safa Imran Mar 19
Wonder when our Prime Minister will go to an Ahmedi mosque and pay for the families of the murdered Ahmedi doctors Dr. Aziz Ahmed Tahir & Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed. Hell, I wonder when you hypocrites will even start talking aboht it.
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PB 620 Apr 8
Hate against Ahmadi Muslims is not an isolated issue. This is systematic and coming from higher up. Not just the Islamists but many politicians have exploited this issue. This hate will have a long lasting negative impact on our society.
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Shaan Dec 27
It is a moral duty of every Pakistani to stand against . You are free to consider Ahmadis non-Muslim but forcing them act the same is against all basic charters of Human Rights. Remember, Injustice against Ahmadis today is a threat to justice against all of you.
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Imam Mustenser Qamar Apr 15
Due to ordinance XX in Pakistan, Ahmadi Muslims face state-backed persecution. My brother has been answering allegations on social media from Canada! Yet still has given in to the demands of Pak & is not allowing him access to his account. Ridiculous.
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Kashif N Chaudhry Mar 21
If I were targeted for my Muslim identity in New Zealand, State would declare me a hero, the PM would glorify me, media would honor me. The nation would unite in solidarity with me. If I were attacked for my Ahmadi faith in my own Pakistan, no one would care.
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GAURAV C SAWANT Mar 18
Taliban Khan's Pakistan. 2 Ahmadi Muslim doctors Dr Tahir Aziz & Dr Iftiqar Ahmed murdered in suspected hate crime. . Jinnah's Pakistan is now & 's . Land of radicalised terrorists who misuse Islam to spread terror in the region
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Mona Farooq Mar 24
Not believing in God is not a crime in Pakistan & rightly so. BUT For Ahmadi Muslims, to follow Islam & even just posing as Muslim is a crime punishable by 3 years in Jail. 🤦‍♂
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Dr Bilal Bhatti Mar 21
Replying to @KashifMD
If you were attacked in , the attacker would most likely be given a hero's welcome, fed sweets and given money whilst you would be blamed for instigating the whole thing. No judge would be willing to hear your case and YOU would probably be jailed.
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آنگڑوبانگڑو Mar 18
Replying to @AsliPaindu
I met him at his shop when i visited rabwa for the first time being a sunni muslim, i found him a very humble human being.
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M A Ahmad Apr 6
Replying to @ImranKhanPTI
I hope and pray you learn from this practice of Holy Prophet SAW of Islam and abolish anti-Ahmadi laws, leading as they lead to persecution of Ahmadi Muslims for their basic religious profession and identity in .
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Q 2 the H Apr 9
Being an Ahmadi Muslim should not limit my liberty to pursue life, happiness, my beliefs and prosperity any less than any other soul on this planet! If we can’t look above hate, then are we even worthy of being Muslims?
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Shaan Mar 27
Those who chant when we ask to speak against Shia killings or are not any better than those who say the same when questioned about racism against Blacks or Muslims. Supremacy in any form against any community is an evil and must be condemned.
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Imran Ahsan Mirza 🇳🇬🇵🇰🇦🇺 Jan 10
Replying to @imranahsanmirza
: If can admirably be hosted by Pak gov to promote causes of peace between the two countries then why not settle the same arguments with Ahmadis and let them have religious freedoms too. If Pak gov really means it.
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Ali Apr 9
Replying to @HadiaMiraj
Jahil orat or Nam k doctor say ziyada is dunia May koi cheez khatarnak nahi. This lady is apparently a doctor and telling others to kill Ahmadis. AB kaha gyay wo Ikhlaq jinka tm cheekh cheekh kr dawa krtay ho k ye to sunnat hay!
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Mashal Iftikhar Apr 6
Do you sit there and mentally try to see how your tweets will read to any normal knowledgeable person
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Yusuf Pender Mar 18
Replying to @eha_news
Prime Minister Imran Khan first tackle Phobia in The persecution and killing of the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
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