Ahmadi worship centre: Locals demand removal of barricades, CCTV cameras

Published: February 24, 2012

Locals have forcefully removed security cameras, says Ahmadi centre representative.

RAWALPINDI: Around 700 locals were gathered outside an Ahmadi worship centre in Satellite Town, Rawalpindi on Friday, demanding the removal of barricades and CCTV cameras installed outside it.

Leading the locals, businessman Sharjeel Mir said that the centre’s administration had assured them a few weeks ago that their demands would be fulfilled however nothing was done.

A representative of the Ahmadi centre told The Express Tribune that those gathered outside the worship place had forcefully removed the security cameras, while police present in the area failed to take any action against the attackers.

As reported earlier a ‘banned’ Jihadi organisation along with local traders had held a rally near the worship place against the “unconstitutional” activities of the marginalised community.

The Express Tribune had spoken to a number of Ahmadis, who had emphasised that the community had committed no unlawful activities and had pleaded that the hate campaign be stopped so they could feel safe in the area.

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Reader Comments (77)

  • Suleman
    Feb 24, 2012 - 7:30PM

    So mullah don’t want us to capture their video while they serve islam??

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  • Feb 24, 2012 - 7:31PM

    They only demanded removal of barriers(like this month people demanded removal of police barriers) not CCTV camera’s don’t propagate

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  • Suleman
    Feb 24, 2012 - 7:43PM

    @Pakistan politics:
    Police removed CCTV cameras today.Get your facts right before you comment

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  • Ahsan Mlk
    Feb 24, 2012 - 7:44PM

    I only recently came to know of this sect and the issues surrounding them.

    If the Ahmedis community is designated non-muslim, then at least give them the rights that islam gives to non-muslim communities. Persecution is against the very basis of muslim law!!

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  • Feb 24, 2012 - 7:46PM

    @Suleman:
    terrorizing the people by using any means is strongly discouraged and do not associate Islam with any bad thing happens around, u need to study Islam, if someone is not following Islam correctly do u think its fair to blame ISLAM for that??

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  • Hasan
    Feb 24, 2012 - 7:57PM

    @Pakistan politics:

    How do you know what the “700 locals gathered outside the Ahmadi centre in Satellite Town, Rawalpindi on Friday” demanded or not … were you there? The report clearly says “those gathered outside the worship place had forcefully removed the security cameras” – so what ‘propagation’ are you talking about?

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  • Acorn Guts
    Feb 24, 2012 - 7:58PM

    @Pakistan politics: Suleman has merely pointed out the root of the problem here. Any atrocity that is committed against Ahmadis is genuinely considered to be in accordance with Islamic principles by the perpetrators and those who commit the crimes consider themselves to be serving nothing but a cause for Islam.

    You have rightly said that none of this is an attribute of real teachings of Islam and I agree with you completely, but what Suleman has pointed out is genuine problems and real people are suffering at the hands of mullahs ‘serving Islam’.

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  • Acorn Guts
    Feb 24, 2012 - 8:06PM

    What good would the CCTV have been anyway? Even if we had captured our brothers making a mockery of human rights and Islamic teachings on film, the authorities would have done absolutely nought!

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  • Suleman
    Feb 24, 2012 - 8:07PM

    @Pakistan politics: it was sarcasm.how could you not see it :/Recommend

  • Sultan
    Feb 24, 2012 - 8:12PM

    @Acorn Guts:

    The authorities would have done nothing, the video evidence would at least refute those that claim that everyone is treated well in the Islamic Republic and any claims to the contrary are Indian/American/Israeli/Secular Fascist propaganda.

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  • Muhammad
    Feb 24, 2012 - 8:32PM

    The truth is that the average Pakistani is intolerant of those who have a different point of view about faith. Such behaviour is a part of the muslim culture worldwide.

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  • abbas
    Feb 24, 2012 - 8:53PM

    We are getting more sick and sick every day as a nation and as muslims. this has led to our destruction all around the world and we so rightly deserve it.
    U kill / descriminate minorities in Pakistan they kill / marginalise you around the world. then do not complain

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  • Ashish
    Feb 24, 2012 - 9:00PM

    How in daily life , this many people can get collected. This shows that it was very well planned. Why so much hatred ? This also shows the interfernce of mullahs in daily life in Pakistan. This can only be found in Pakistan. Just assume , this starts happening in western countries in the name of Christianity. That time everybody starts crying foul. The best example is ban on veil by France. That time we cry for secularism.Recommend

  • IndiKid
    Feb 24, 2012 - 9:06PM

    Whats wrong with Ahmadis having CCTV cams? In India also the Mullahs of the MUSLIM PERSONAL LAW BOARD (anti-feminist homophobic law board) some time ago stopped a Quran exhibition by Ahmadis and they dont allow Ahmadis membership of the law board although the Indian constitution treats Ahmadis as muslims. My main question is “Why Mullahs are so afraid of Ahmadis?”

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  • Umer
    Feb 24, 2012 - 9:18PM

    The worst part is once the barricades and cameras are removed then the terrorists will find it easier to attack the mosque as they did a couple of years ago in Lahore killing around a hundred people.

    Pakistan mosque attacks in Lahore kill scores

    The attackers fired guns and threw
    grenades at worshippers during Friday
    prayers. Three militants later blew
    themselves up with suicide vests.

    These barricades are placed during Friday prayers to avoid just such incident. Extremists have already threatened to attack the place, so this seems like the preparation for that.

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  • Amir
    Feb 24, 2012 - 9:21PM

    Does anyone knows what happened to the terrorist who was captured by Ahmedi’s in lahore when he attached their place of worship on May 28, 2010?

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  • Straight Fire
    Feb 24, 2012 - 9:34PM

    ET is an obvious party and totally biased towards publishing comments …. Sad that you represent a very small portion of population and yet making $$$ from it.

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  • SG
    Feb 24, 2012 - 9:45PM

    They actually need to realize and admit that they are minoritiy….they proclaim to be muslims and if they are then shld face all the injustice that they muslims are facing across the world…when it comes to their lives, they suddenly turn into minority and start demanding justice…insane…..

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  • Suleman
    Feb 24, 2012 - 10:01PM

    @Straight Fire:
    If ET were biased your comment wouldn’t be published in the first place. And you blame ET for publishing such news instead of condemning these jihadis? you should be ashamed of yourself

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  • Mj
    Feb 24, 2012 - 10:02PM

    @IndiKid:
    How else can they maintain a monopoly on Faith™ if not by exclusivity?

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  • Ayesha
    Feb 24, 2012 - 10:05PM

    @SG…Ahamdis say that they are muslims…and stop talking about all the world for a sec and tell me that has any mosque in Pakistan being asked to take off their security cameras??? has it happened that a gunman is shooting helpless people standing on a tall minaret with police looking on from outside not firing at him??? If you say they are non muslims then fine just leave them alone until you have definite prove that they are involved in something illegal! but noooooo….we have to persecute all the minorities including them!

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  • Liberator
    Feb 24, 2012 - 10:08PM

    The cameras and barricades are being removed so that these extremists can target their mosque / place of worship, like they have been doing in the past.
    Muslims especially in Pakistan are so intolerant towards other faiths but they shout like anything if some foreign country asks them to follow their law (like ban on burka).
    Let these people live in peace and mind your own business. Every other corner is occupied by extremist maulvis to spread hatred and want these people to remove barriers and cameras installed for the safety of these people who are persecuted daily Recommend

  • huzaifa
    Feb 24, 2012 - 10:20PM

    ET!!!!
    The purpose full reporting must continue, Today you are the only media out let out of big names who have shown the picture to all. well, every body has different view and every body is entitled to it. No voice should be quashed, the saner and logical voice will win. Sorry to say that country has gone wild wild west, now the worship place of this minority is being forced to go undefended and later on just like Lahore may be attacked. we must realize what we are doing, are we abetting a heinous crime??????

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  • Feb 24, 2012 - 10:28PM

    When Qadiyani are Muslim then they should accept this treatment from their “brothers” and solve it like brothers.
    But If they are not then they should STOP naming their places of worship as mosques and fooling world in the name of Islam. Only then they can be given minority rights.

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  • Feb 24, 2012 - 10:32PM

    @Straight Fire:
    ET is totally biased and there are so many lies in this story.
    And why not point of view of these “mullahs” was taken? It is their basic human right

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  • Acorn Guts
    Feb 24, 2012 - 10:34PM

    @IndiKid: Mullahs have, over the years, made a diabolical business out of religion. This not only brings them authority and monetary gains but also allows them to run their politico-economic agendas behind the fascia of religion. Ahmadis stand against all the distorted, adulterated and extreme interpretations of Islam that are dished out by Mullah and in turn, Mullahs consider Ahmadis to be a threat to their worth.

    Also, historically, Ahmadis have always been used by politicians to distract people’s attention from trouble at hand .. this unfortunately, has given rise to public hatred against Ahamdis.

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  • Acorn Guts
    Feb 24, 2012 - 10:41PM

    @Truth Exposed: That’s the easy way isn’t it? Declare ourselves non-muslims and take the easy way out? Ever thought why we sacrifice our fathers, sons, daughters and mothers without returning the favours? ever thought why we suffer at your hands quietly? ever thought why despite taking all the violence we never hit back? because THAT .. is what Islam tells us .. and THAT is why we are muslims!

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  • Feb 24, 2012 - 10:48PM

    @Acorn Guts:
    which violence you are getting in Pakistan?
    Qadiyanis are better financially than any other minority in Pakistan after Ismaili.
    They own big businesses and have high literacy rate.
    You get key positions in govt and civil services. what else you need???

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  • Iqbal
    Feb 24, 2012 - 10:49PM

    Ahmadi “Worship Centre”? You won’t even call it a Mosque?

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  • Acorn Guts
    Feb 24, 2012 - 10:56PM

    @Truth Exposed: And why wasn’t point of view of Asia Bibi taken? It was her human right as well! My friend, in Pakistan, we burned away the chapter of human rights long ago. Besides, have’nt the Mullahs already come forth with thier ‘point-of-view’ enough already? Please spare us from more splashing about of their point of views…

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  • Acorn Guts
    Feb 24, 2012 - 11:10PM

    @Truth Exposed: If we were so affluent we would have bought our religious freedom from Mullah back in 70′s and what govt. services? Two of my own uncles were denied promotions beyond Wing Commander level by PAF for several years and were laid off eventually. You can spin the yarn against Ahmadis to non-Ahmadis but don’t try to tell me who I am! Tell you what, we’ll exchange all our wealth for a chance to read the Kalima and say our Salat without fear of wrath of Mullahs, deal? Any level of affluence cannot substitute religious freedom!

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  • Feb 24, 2012 - 11:22PM

    @Truth Exposed:

    which violence you are getting in Pakistan?

    The terrorist attack on them earlier on top of being declared Qatl-i-wajib by extremists and mullahs? The desecration of their graves? The discrimination at schools, where even teachers are targeted in killings, as in the noted case of one convert to Ahmadi, who was shot dead in front of his students?

    Why is it those with the name ‘True, truth, etc’ in their handle are the most likely to be in denial of it, believing in the most biased lies to ease their prejudiced conscience?

    There’s a lot of intolerance, including violent intolerance against Ahmadis. Denying it, is simply lying to yourself and others.

    You get key positions in govt and civil services. what else you need???

    They need protection from fundamentalists, hence the CCTV and security cameras.

    Equal rights would also be good. Can an Ahmadi be a President or Prime Minister? Clearly no equality and open discrimination…right there in your very own passports, innovating a new Qalimah against Ahmadis for no reason except to sanctify state prejudice and hate.Recommend

  • Lone Star
    Feb 24, 2012 - 11:46PM

    I believe most educated people (excluding LBA) understand that Ahmadis are peaceful and beneficial for the country. Only those who are biased will disagree with the services of this Jamat-e-Ahmadiyya for the nation.

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  • anonymous
    Feb 24, 2012 - 11:48PM

    @SG: Wake up dude. Humanity first.

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  • Kamran
    Feb 24, 2012 - 11:49PM

    @Iqbal:
    Mosques is a place where the followers of Mohammad P.B.U.H offer prayers …

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  • Head Shot
    Feb 24, 2012 - 11:54PM

    @anonymous:
    Religion first and second … this will cover everything

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  • Straight Fire
    Feb 24, 2012 - 11:58PM

    @Acorn Guts:
    Tell me how many ‘Mullahs’ have been placed as President, Prime Minister or Army Chief in this country to date ?

    And now you will start your pathetic debate about the Definition of Mullah that its not just appearance, its a state of mind.

    Let me tell you that this kind of thinking is similar to how Taliban think. They don’t call every next person as ‘Muslim’ no matter how muslim he looks

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  • Akha
    Feb 25, 2012 - 12:16AM

    Guys, we all have the equal right to live here, use this space to spread peace and to enable common man to change his mindset towards ahmadi / any minority. We need tolerance in our society

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  • Martx
    Feb 25, 2012 - 12:20AM

    What possible rationale can you have for removing security measures at a place of worship during such tense times in our country?
    Peshawar saw 3 bomb blasts in the last 24 hours at police stations – surely if even the security forces are not safe we should do everything to protect ordinary citizens? Why would the locals of rawalpindi want these security deterrents removed? This is preposterous and clearly a product of hate-mongering and bias towards this peaceful minority.

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  • Umer
    Feb 25, 2012 - 12:27AM

    @Straight Fire:

    Tell me how many ‘Mullahs’ have been
    placed as President, Prime Minister or
    Army Chief in this country to date ?

    Zia-ul-Haq for one who placed Mullahs all over for which the country is paying through its nose since then.

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  • Umer
    Feb 25, 2012 - 12:33AM

    @Kamran:

    Mosques is a place where the followers
    of Mohammad P.B.U.H offer prayers …

    Right, so what is the problem in calling it a mosque?

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  • Straight Fire
    Feb 25, 2012 - 12:44AM

    @bigsaf:
    Fundamentalist !
    who ? r u talking about Ahmadis ?

    who changed the fundamentals of an already complete Religion i.e. Islam

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  • anonymous observer
    Feb 25, 2012 - 1:00AM

    @ pakistani politics

    Why remove barriers huh ?? you kill those innocent people..dont they have a right to defend themselves… Kyun innocent logon ka khoon apnai haathon mai laina chahtay ho..If the people around have no problem then why is Sharjeel Memon facing such an intolerable itch?

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  • Cautious
    Feb 25, 2012 - 1:02AM

    Perhaps it’s time for the Ahmadi to come to the realization that the Pakistan govt and Pakistani police won’t lift a finger to help them — they need to hire their own security and make sure that they have proper barricades and security camera’s. The people who are picking on the Ahmadi are bullies and like all bullies they tend to prey on the defenseless – be strong and if necessary defend yourselves.

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  • Sceptic
    Feb 25, 2012 - 1:04AM

    @ Straight Fire

    Get your facts correct:

    Gen. Zia did for the Mullahs in terms of influence and power what they never could have imagined in their wildest dreams……

    President Rafiq Tarar was a mullah as well, if I’m not mistaken……

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  • Straight Fire
    Feb 25, 2012 - 1:51AM

    @Umer:
    I don’t know the problem, its in their minds but I know the solution and its very simple … They start following the teachings of the last Prophetand last Messenger a.k.a Mohammad Ibn-e- Abdullah (P.B.U.H) (his teachings also includes the rejection of every false prophet and messenger)

    As soon as they agree with that, we will call it mosque … got it ? Recommend

  • Straight Fire
    Feb 25, 2012 - 1:54AM

    @Umer:
    Re-read my comment again … Taliban think the same way as you think, they think an Adultery/Fornication brigade has been placed everywhere in the name of Freedom … Taliban think they are just wiping them out .. lolz

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  • Head Shot
    Feb 25, 2012 - 2:00AM

    @Umer:
    I’m hearing this noise getting stronger and stronger day by day … Is Zia still alive ?
    And, its a pity that all you irreligious fanatics (a.k.a Beghairat Brigade) couldn’t defeat Zia alone.
    I hope you will remain dutiful to those who you worship (West)

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  • Ghairat Brigade
    Feb 25, 2012 - 2:01AM

    Beghairat Brigade is on fire … lol

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  • Dr Rasheed S Azam
    Feb 25, 2012 - 2:35AM

    I am delighted to read so many encouraging and rational comments on issues facing Islam especially in Pakistan. Mullahs have no sense of history that how many unjust people have passed before them. They are not going to live for ever. But certainly they shall face their Maker for accounting and then regret what they used to do. But too late.I pray and there is hope that the new generation in Pakistan shall be wiser and treat their fellow citizens with justice!

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  • Raj - USA
    Feb 25, 2012 - 2:50AM

    @Straight Fire:
    You say:
    “And now you will start your pathetic debate about the Definition of Mullah that its not just appearance, its a state of mind.”

    What is your definition of a Mullah? Is he the one who has full, untrimmed beard in his face, bomb in his pocket and boys on the side?

    Or, is he the one who is pious, never threatens anyone, never hurts anyone, follows the true spirit of the religion, very mindful of what he preaches and takes extra care to preach peace and harmony to his followers so that the true message of the religion spreads around for the good of the humankind.

    We have seen so many times Mullas deliver hateful speeches immediately after the Friday Prayer session in the Mosques. Do you think that these Mullas were praying during the prayer time with full devotion or were they pretending to be praying but actually rehearsing in their mind the hateful message they intend to deliver immediately after the prayers?

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  • Smj
    Feb 25, 2012 - 3:13AM

    No camera no prosecution

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  • YEH!WOH
    Feb 25, 2012 - 3:43AM

    When 90 plus innocent people are brutally murdered in their place of worship and the authorities do NOTHING, Ahmadiyya community alone had to protect themselves.
    These Bearded Termites and their sympathizers are bent on the destruction of Pakistan. By creating issues & hatred against the Ahmadiyya community, these forces of Evil are shifting the focus off the real and serious issues facing Pakistan today. Hopefully, brave people with real conscience can spot these hate mongers and eradicate them before it is too late.

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  • Nomi
    Feb 25, 2012 - 3:46AM

    Why is it so difficult to live peacefully?

    I remember the same treatment was being constantly meted out to some muslims in a pre-partitioned India, somewhere in now what is indian Bengal and the muslim league made this a focal point for the demand of Pakistan. Now should the minorities demand independent homelands in Pakistan? Recommend

  • SaudiRules
    Feb 25, 2012 - 5:46AM

    Solution to this Ahmadi/Qadiani is very simple. If all the Ahmadiyya/Qadiani followers insist on being called muslims, they should accept the Prophet(PBUH) as the last of prophets. They can give status to the founder of Ahmadi/Qadiani as a saint or a peer and still have a high regard for them.
    Or just be proud of being followers of Ahmadiyya/Qadiani religion.
    As a few of the commentators have already pointed out, Ahmadiyya/Qadiani are one of the most well to do community in pakistan, so there is not as much a discrimination as they (Ahmadiyya/Qadiani) would like others(specially indians who come here and criticize) to believe.

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  • Doosam
    Feb 25, 2012 - 9:33AM

    yes it is the Ahmadis who do unlawful activities in their places of worship. The muslims on the other hand are peaceful souls and only read the Quran in their masajid.

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  • Muslim
    Feb 25, 2012 - 9:56AM

    Please don’t miss use islam for you ill acts. Islam doesnt prevents someonce from practicing his faith whatever it is.

    These extremest mullas should work on thierself and the need to involve themselve in islamic activities so that we can be able to improve the image of islam in current scenario.

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  • Liberalache
    Feb 25, 2012 - 10:09AM

    ET is very consistent in its anti-Islam agenda….its very persistent with these stories about the big bad Muslim doing this or that…. etc etc. ET should just change its name to the ‘voice of America’Recommend

  • ahad
    Feb 25, 2012 - 11:07AM

    Blame the government not the people since it is the local government who is involved in the local administration not the people.

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  • MGul
    Feb 25, 2012 - 11:54AM

    Only way forward for Pakistan is Difa e Pakistan and Pak Army rule the country forever. President Hamid Gul and Prime minister Zaid Hamid and after them their families should run the country no one else is capable.

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  • huzaifa
    Feb 25, 2012 - 12:48PM

    @Liberalache:
    Dear! come out of the medieval frame of mind. expand your horizon, this is what ET is trying to do . ET gives views of both sides and then leave the rest as per readers mental caliber/ wisdom. Our problem is that we still living in a frame of mind of dictators and don’t want to listen the voice of dissent. Why don’t you understand that if OUR ETs will not speak then some US SENATOR WILL SPEAK and then we will be scrambling like confused to save the situation. I am not on staff of ET but only defending it so another sane voice may not be forcefully strangled by extremists as i can speak with gaurantee that these people were against pakistan once it was being formed and very strangly, NOW they have become ITS “THAIKAYDARS”. Recommend

  • Khanum
    Feb 25, 2012 - 1:13PM

    Careless administration.

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  • Umer
    Feb 25, 2012 - 2:08PM

    @ahad:

    Blame the government not the people
    since it is the local government who
    is involved in the local
    administration not the people.

    It’s the people who bring a government in power in democracy.

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  • Straight Fire
    Feb 25, 2012 - 2:12PM

    @Raj – USA:
    You don’t need to worry about what is my definition of ‘Mullah’ … You should care about what is my definition of ‘Secular’

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  • Straight Fire
    Feb 25, 2012 - 2:18PM

    @Sceptic:
    Rafiq Tarar was sent to home by who ?
    Beghairat Musharaf and see how he turned this country into Hell in next 10 years …
    Who asked demigod ‘US’ to invade Afghanistan, Secular did … And who forced US to run away after 10 Years of ineffective operations and disgrace, Taliban Mullahs did

    So, All in all, Mullahs have a proven track record of defeating the biggest evil of this planet then why they shouldn’t step forward to crush smaller one i.e. ‘Beghairat Brigade’Recommend

  • Bilal
    Feb 25, 2012 - 2:29PM

    Thanks to Express Tribune for publishing this story. Punjab Government has not done anything to safeguard rights of minorities in last four years, Punjab is worst in terms of protection to minorities. I don’t expect Sharif to do anything to save minorities. Rawalpindi administration has added another incident in history, where administration has bowed to unlawful demands of extremists, as per our history it will lead to further unlawful demands from extremists. I pray to God for safety of all Ahmadis and Pakistanis from these extremists, as asking Government or Police to help is useless in this case.

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  • Mohsin Sayeed
    Feb 25, 2012 - 4:21PM

    Those who threaten, harass, kill people in the name of Islam should be told they are maligning Islam. Islam is not, but Muslims are certainly insecure, pettyRecommend

  • Sultan sher
    Feb 25, 2012 - 4:36PM

    Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) teaching is that one who read LA ILAHA IL ALLAH MUHAMMAD UR RASOOL ULLAH is Muslim.Then who r the Mullahs who seperate ahmadis from Muslims.

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  • Sultan sher
    Feb 25, 2012 - 4:38PM

    @straight Fire
    ahmadis are the true followers of Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh).
    Pl compare teaching of mullahs with that which was given BY Our beloved Holy Prophet(pbuh)

    1) Hazoor was Rehmatulil alameen(for all universe not for only Muslims) But these Mullahs are full of anger and rudeness.
    2) He allowed everyone to worship as anyone wish and the mullahs are Stopping ahmadis to do so.
    PL think about it with open mind.

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  • Ashish
    Feb 25, 2012 - 5:00PM

    Pardon me if I am wrong as I am from India. I am sensing the same level of hatred which must have been there at the time of 1947 or else more. That time , it was between Hindus and Muslims and now it seems to be between Muslims and minorities (specially Ahmadis). Does this indicate some thing ?Recommend

  • ahmed
    Feb 25, 2012 - 7:46PM

    @Ashish: Yes you are right. The same logic is being used to suppress minorities in pakistan. people from balochistan and sindh are not given equal rights as compared to panjab. And 2nd thing sunni muslims believes that they are the “true muslim” and others (shia, ahmedi) are non-muslims.

    This is the crux of the problem. Hope you understand now.

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  • QASIM
    Feb 25, 2012 - 11:38PM

    is pakistan not a socity who impose law on those who are less in numbers or have no power in the land , i worry its as the saying of prophet that a socity who punish only weaks will meat a tragic end, irespect of beliefs i strongly condem this treatment of the weak groups of pakistan weathre they are woman,shia ahmadis or kafirs(acording to molvi,s langvage).looks like we are living in the ages of stone.Recommend

  • Dr Rasheed S Azam
    Feb 26, 2012 - 1:10AM

    @Truth Exposed:
    Falsehood is being spread in the name of truth! Truth is that Islam is peace and a Muslim is one who says he is a muslim and behaves like a muslim. No certficate is needed and mullahs of today are the worst creatures on earth as predicted by the Holy Prphet of Islam. True Islam shall prevail, insha Allah, and God shall punish these mullahs.

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  • Dr Rasheed S Azam
    Feb 26, 2012 - 1:17AM

    @Pakistan politics:
    There is nothing wrong with Islam; it is peace. It is mullah who is the culprit!

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  • Sarah
    Feb 26, 2012 - 1:36AM

    dear et ! the ahmedi worship centre is called A MOSQUE. call it that.

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  • Sarah
    Feb 26, 2012 - 1:37AM

    For the love of God, let the ahmedis live.

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  • saleem
    Mar 2, 2012 - 4:02PM

    This all adds up to increase in relgious affairs lead to increase in intolerance and discomfort for all human beings

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