Persecution of Ahmadis

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The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has been subject to various forms of religious persecution and discrimination since the movement's inception in 1889.

In many Muslim-majority nations, Ahmadis have been considered heretics and non-Muslim and subjected to persecution and systematic, sometimes state-sanctioned, oppression.

The Second Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan, and the Ordinance XX declare Ahmadis to be non-Muslims and further deprive them of religious rights.

Many Ahmadis were martyred and injured in the 1953 riots and the 1974 anti-Ahmadiyya riots.

The May 2010 attacks on Ahmadi mosques in Lahore, infamously known as the Lahore Massacre, resulted in the martyrdom of 86 Ahmadis. 

Persecution of Ahmadis