Leaflets asking to kill Ahmadis have been found in London mosque

Leaflets asking to kill Ahmadis have been found in London mosque

Leaflets in which people have been called to kill Ahmadis have been found in the London mosque.

According to the details a huge number of pamphlets in which all the Muslims have been encouraged to kill Ahmadis if they do not leave their believes have been found from a mosque in Greenland London.

Remember an Ahmadi Asad Shaw was killed a few days ago in UK on the charges of insulting Prophet Muhammad PBUH  by Tanweer Ahmad who was linked to a religious group. Ahmadi community has always been targeted because of their faith especially in Pakistan.

The pamphlet was written by a former head of Khatme Nabuwwat, a group which lists the mosque as its “overseas office”.

A mosque guardian said he had never seen the brochures before and proposed they were fakes or left there unkindly.

The news has been given in all the big news agancies including BBC.

Minority communities in Pakistan have become targets of sectarian violence, and some fear that could spread to the UK, encouraged by organisations like the Islamic missionary group Khatme Nabuwwat, and others.

Khatme Nabuwwat believes Ahmadis are apostates, commonly defined as people who have abandoned their religion.

Those who refuse to convert to mainstream Islam within three days should face a “capital sentence” – or death penalty, according to the leaflets.

The constitution of Pakistan bans members of the sect from referring to themselves as Muslims.

According to BBC the leaflets, authored by Yusuf Ludhianvi and written in English, were found arranged in piles on a desk next to a shoe-rack, the usual place to display literature in mosques.

Documents from the Charity Commission show Khatme Nabuwwat lists Stockwell mosque in south London as its office, the BBC has also learned.

Four trustees of the charity listed in the documents manage the mosque, while two of the current owners of the mosque run centres affiliated to that group elsewhere in the UK.

The mosque is also listed as an “overseas office” on the group’s website for Khatme Nabuwwat.


The Chehlum of Mumtaz Qadri will not held

The Chehlum of Mumtaz Qadri will not held

After a 4 days long protest on Qadri hanging, the brother of Qadri has declared that there will be nu Chehlum of Mumtaz Qadri as it have been taken place already by the religious parties.

Remember that religious parties have held the chehlum of Qadri after 27 days of his hanging whereas chehlum is organized on the 40th day of a death.

Brother of Qadri Malik Dilpazeer announced the decision in a press conference.


Flanked by Sunni Tehreek’s Shahdab Rizvi, Jamia Mohammadia custodian Pir Syed Ziaul Haq Shah, Pir Syed Jalal Shah, Pir Syed Inayat Shah, Mr Awan made it clear that there would be no chehlum of his brother on April 10.

“We held the chehlum jointly and the reports in social media about divisions among religious parties and family of Mumtaz Qadri are baseless. We have decided to observe the death anniversary of Mumtaz Qadri on March 1 every year. But on every Monday, we will arrange special prayers at his grave,” he said.

However, he said a group of religious parties had formed a political party, Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasoolullah. “We have decided to register the party and launch a campaign for membership,” he said.

Mr Awan said they had no links with elements responsible for damaging public and private property in Rawalpindi and Islamabad after the chehlum of Qadri on March 27. “But we would participate in any movement launched by any political party over Panama Leaks,” he said.

Shahdab Rizvi said the government fulfilled its promise of releasing 95 workers of his party. He said 10pc of the arrested workers were released on bail while cases against the others were being discharged.

In an anticipation of the chehlum and a protest rally to D-Chowk in Islamabad by the supporters of Qadri, the Red Zone of the capital was partially sealed on Saturday.


No protest will be allowed in D Chowk says Interior minister

No protest will be allowed in D Chowk says Interior minister


Interior minister Chaudhry Nisar has said that there will be no protest or political meeting will be allowed at D chowk Islamabad.

According to the details Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali khan has declared clearly that there will be no political activity allowed in the red zone and D chowk of Islamabad on Monday. He said the government has “put its foot down” on the holding of another chehlum for Mumtaz Qadri, the murderer of former Punjab governor Salman Taseer, adding that the government will not permit any group or party to hold political meetings in the capital’s Red Zone or the F-9 park.

“Why Islamabad? The whole of Pakistan is available for political gatherings or jalsas,” questioned the interior minister.

He said the government will come out with a proposal to define areas in Islamabad where jalsas can be held.

“We will put up the proposal for discussion in Parliament,” Nisar said, adding that paralysing the federal capital had cost the country’s treasury billions of rupees in 2014, referring to the four-month protest sit-in staged by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf.

“Businesses remained closed for months, the Chinese president’s visit was delayed and the government spent over a billion rupees on security measures taken during the time,” the minister said.

Nisar went on to say that if the government allows holding of gatherings at a particular place in Islamabad, “I will need guarantees that the jalsa will not move from that area.”

“If they try to move from the jalsa area and action is taken by law enforcers to contain them and people die as a result, we will not be responsible for those casualties.

The April 24 PTI jalsa should follow these rules and I am ready to talk to Imran Khan about these issues to chalk out a plan.”


US President Barack Obama admits Lybia war as his worst mistake

US President Barack Obama admits Lybia war as his worst mistake

US President Barack Obama admits Lybia war as his worst mistake

US President Barack Obama

The President of USA has accepted the responsibility of mishandling the Lydia war and has called it the worst mistake of his tenure as president.

He admitted that the death of former president of Lybia Moamer Kadhafi took Lybia on the verge of chaos and it was happened because of lack of planning and faulted information.

In an interview to a media house Obama asked a question on Sunday to name the “worst mistake” of his presidency, the US president said it was “probably failing to plan for the day after what I think was the right thing to do in intervening in Libya.”

Obama has frequently acknowledged that the United States and its partners could have done more to stop Libya’s descent into chaos following the NATO-backed rebellion that led to Kadhafi’s ouster and killing in 2011.

He uttered guilt over the management of the aftermath in a long interview with a magazine last month, calling the condition in Libya “a mess.”

Barack Obama also took the British PM David Cameroon sharply and criticised British Prime Minster and former French leader Nicolas Sarkozy for their roles in the Libya campaign, saying in particular that Cameron became “distracted”.

The head of a UN-backed unity government arrived earlier this month in Tripoli to begin garnering support for his administration.

And his biggest accomplishment? “Saving the economy from a great depression.”

And his best day in the White House? “The day that we passed health care reform,” Obama said.

“We sat out on the Truman Balcony with all the staff that had worked so hard on it and I knew what it would mean for the families that I’d met who didn’t have health care.”

“When asked what he most looked forward to upon leaving office next year, Obama replied: “Being able to take a walk outside.”


‘Sarfraz must be given time to settle as a leader’ says Waqar Younis

‘Sarfraz must be given time to settle as a leader’ says Waqar Younis

Former Pakistan captain and Head coach Waqar Younis has said that Sarfraz should be given time to settle with team and conditions as a captain to perform well in the future. Remember that Waqar resigned as the coach of Pakistan cricket team a few days ago and Sarfraz was made the captain of t 20 team after a disappointed performance in world t20


Former Pakistan head-coach Waqar Younis said that Sarfraz Ahmed’s selection as the new Twenty20 captain will not generate a intense improvement and has urged the backers to give the wicketkeeper time to found himself as a leader.

Sarfraz was named the T20 captain by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) soon after.

“Now Pakistan have named Sarfraz Ahmed as captain for T20s. Don’t expect that he will come and perform miracles,” said Waqar in an interview.

“Captaincy adds a lot of pressure. We need to allow him time to settle,” he added.

Remember that 44 year old Waqar has worked as a coach of Pakistan team two times and four different captains in 2010 to 2011 and 2014, namely Salman Butt, Shahid Afridi, Misbah-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali.

“My relationship with Misbah was excellent, because he has a great temperament for cricket,” said Waqar.

“When you sit with him, he can talk about cricket for hours.

“I think when you are a captain, you need to absorb a lot of things from the coach,” Waqar added.

“I also had a great relationship with Salman Butt and if that unfortunate [spot-fixing in 2010] situation had not happened, perhaps neither Misbah nor Afridi would have been captains,” he said.

Waqar, who picked 373 Test wickets for Pakistan, on the other hand, maintained his views on Afridi.

“Shahid Afridi’s drawbacks as a captain are for everyone to see. He’s got a temperament issue,” he said.

“He cannot sit for too long to highlight things or absorb things and then go and implement them.

“Misbah, on the other hand, is a more settled person. He absorbs things, makes plans and executes them – this is what you do