Pakistani cleric calls for killing Ahmadiyya women and children


Members of Ahmadiyya community have been facing numerous forms of cruelties in Islamist Pakistan. Now a Pakistani cleric through a fatwa has called upon Muslims to murder pregnant women from the Ahmadiyya community.

According to media report, a Pakistani cleric has issued a fatwa to kill pregnant women from the Ahmadiyya community. The cleric has been identified as Muhammad Naeem Chattha Qadri. The cleric says that it is necessary to do this so that no new Ahmadiyya is born. At the same time, the cleric has also said that those who do evil to Islam should be given the punishment of ‘Sar Tan Se Juda’. This video of Muhammad Naeem is now becoming fiercely viral on social media. In this video going viral, the maulvi is seen speaking in the Punjabi language. He named Mahmud Ghaznavi and issued a fatwa to attack pregnant women from the Ahmadiyya community.

In his speech, the cleric also warned the police administration of Pakistan. He has said that ‘If any police or administrative officer is listening to me, then know that we are not going to stop.’ On the statement of the cleric, the crowd present under the stage, instead of protesting, kept shouting slogans in support. The cleric clearly stated that the punishment of beheading is prescribed for those who condemn Islam. According to media reports, the cleric further says, ‘If we are not able to kill pregnant Ahmadiyya women, then kill those children after they are born.’ Let us tell you that Maulvi Muhammad Naeem Chatha Qadri is a member of Pakistan’s banned and radical Jamaat Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).

At the same time, the International Human Rights Committee has expressed concern over this incident. Issuing a letter, the committee called on the international community to intervene in the matter and protect Ahmadiyya. The same letter states that the TLP has a very long history of violence against Ahmadiyya in Pakistan. The letter also mentions the killing of Naseer Ahmed in Pakistan in August 2022. According to a report, Naseer Ahmed was 62 years old at the time of the murder. He was the father of a 3-year-old girl when he was stabbed to death in Rabwah town. It is believed that after this fatwa, the number of attacks on Ahmadiyya may increase.

Ahmadiyyas are also Muslims like Shia-Sunni. The only difference in their ideology is that Ahmadiyya Muslims consider Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908) as the messenger of Allah, while other Muslims believe that Prophet Mohammad was the last Prophet of Allah and there is no one after him. That is why Ahmadiyya Muslims are often attacked by other Muslims. Ordinary Sunni Muslims believe that the ‘Ahmadiyyas’ under Islam are those misguided people who have nothing to do with Islam and are constantly spoiling the name of Islam with their actions. Due to this, the Pakistani Constitution was amended in September 1974 and the Ahmadi Jamaat was declared non-Muslim. During this time thousands of Ahmadiyya families were forced to leave their homes. In 1982, President Zia-ul-Haq amended the constitution back and banned Ahmadiyya from even calling themselves Muslims. The atrocities on Ahmadiyya can be gauged from the fact that they are jailed even for saying Assalamu Alaikum (Peace be upon you), while in India, non-Muslims also say Assalamu Alaikum.


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