BBC: Pakistan minorities nervous after Ahmadi mosque attacks
(Clerics declare that Ahmadis deserve to be killed)
Many members of Pakistan’s minorities are uneasy about the future and their concerns have been heightened by the storming of two mosques in the Pakistani city of Lahore in May.
Nearly 100 people died in the sectarian attack on the Ahmadi sect and it is making other minority religions think hard about their safety.
There have been statements from clerics like Maulana Ismail declaring Ahmadis non-Muslims and deserving of death. “We have never condoned attacks by individuals on Ahmadis but its right that they should be killed through the courts for insulting Islam.” [Maulana Ismail- a Muslim cleric]
Aleem Maqbool reports from the town of Rabwah, in Punjab: Watch full Video on BBC: 30 June 2010