The Persecution of Pakistan's Ahmadiyya Sect

Pakistan declared that members of the Ahmadiyya sect were not Muslims in September 1974. Thousands of Ahmadis were forced from their homes, many were killed in communal violence. Witness speaks to Abdul Bary Malik and Mohammed Ashraf - two Ahmadi men who lived through that time.

Image: Photos of Pakistani Ahmadis murdered in communal violence (Getty Images)

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