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Sharif’s son-in-law lashes out at Ahmadiyya community

| | Islamabad

The son-in-law of Pakistan’s ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and a PML-N lawmaker has launched a tirade against the persecuted Ahmadiyya Muslims community, saying there is no concept of jehad in their “false religion”.

Muhammad Safdar, a retired captain of the Pakistan Army, told the National Assembly yesterday that Pakistan was an ideological country and the minority Ahmadiyya community poses a threat to its Constitution and ideology.

 
 
 
 
 

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