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Who Supports Persecution?

by Steven Ramey * This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge blog. The persecution of Ahmadis has hit the news again with the killing of an American Ahmadi doctor in Pakistan last week while he was volunteering … Continue reading

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Implicit Orthodoxy in Academic Descriptions

By Steven Ramey The Ahmadiyya movement, whose followers (Ahmadis) identify themselves as renewing Islam, has faced opposition from other self-identified Muslims. Recently in Indonesia, for example, a group attacked an Ahmadiyya mosque because Ahmadiyya teachings did not match their understanding … Continue reading

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