he recent United Nations resolution on the plight of minority girls in Pakistan has shed a much-needed spotlight on the ongoing persecution of the Ahmadiyya community in the country. This religious minority has long been the target of discrimination, violence, and systematic oppression, with the latest incident of an anti-Ahmadiyya video targeting young children being a particularly alarming development.

The International Human Rights Committee and the Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de Conscience have been at the forefront of efforts to denounce the persecution of the Ahmadiyya in Pakistan. Through their long-term collaboration, they have worked tirelessly to raise awareness of the issue and advocate for the protection of the fundamental human rights of this vulnerable group.

Source : https://hrcommittee.org/

New  anti-Ahmadiyya  video1  (and  video2)  targeting  little  children  in Pakistan is going viral.

This video is shocking because it shows the indoctrination of young children in Pakistan against the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and its founder. It shows the hatred and incitement of violence against Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan is not just done by the mature adults of Pakistan   but   also   the   young children are also joining in. This is deeply worrying, and the International Community must act now. It is these children who are going to grow up to be the future leaders of Pakistan and their hatred and prejudice at such a young age is deeply troubling. The International Community must ensure the youth of Pakistan are raised with tolerance, compassion and open-mindedness in line with International Human Rights Law as well as the Teachings of Islam.

This video ad is inconsistent with international norms and values concerning freedom of religion and belief, as enshrined in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), on the freedom of religion, and Article  18  of  the  International Covenant  on  Civil  and  Political Rights (ICCPR), which was ratified by Pakistan in 2008. Three other UN human rights treaties, as well as numerous General Assembly Resolutions and Human Rights Committee comments, prohibit religious discrimination. This video also violates Pakistan’s own National Action Plan as well as the recently enacted cybercrime laws because it fuels hatred, discrimination and persecution against members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Pakistan.

Nonetheless, the Pakistani government authorities, who continue to bring frivolous cases against Ahmadi Muslims under anti-Ahmadiyya, blasphemy,

and cybercrime laws, turns a blind eye towards systematic and country- wide efforts by Islamic extremists to fan hatred and ignite violence against Ahmadi Muslims. Instead of prosecuting the makers of this video under cybercrime laws and the National Action Plan, the governmental authorities continue to protect and support extremists and target innocent Ahmadis.

We call upon the Pakistani authorities to honor their international human rights commitments to protect religious freedom and promote religious tolerance towards the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

We respectfully request all members of the international community to urge the government of Pakistan to take urgent steps to bring its laws and practices in conformity with international standards as ordained by UDHR and ICCPR.

1 Link to a translated & subtitled video: https://twitter.com/i/status/1778090711096660061

2 Link to a translated & subtitled video: https://twitter.com/i/status/1778090763399598367


English translation and transcript of a new viral video, in which shockingly it shows indoctrination of young children in Pakistan against the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and its founder:

Brother, what the teacher told us about khatme nabuwwat, do you know about it? No brother, I only heard that we have to work for khatme nabuwwat.

Where was you attention, when the teacher was telling?

Were you also sleeping?

Don’t fight, if you want to know then ask brother Saad.

Oh yes. Lets go.

Brother Saad, Brother Saad, Brother Saad.

Brother Awaab, come here. Brother Saad is here. Asalamo Alaikum

Wa alaikum slam

Brother, you left me there.

Brother, we wanted to ask you something. Tell me, what do you want to know? Brother, what is this khatme nabuwwat?

Yes brother, we want to know.

Mashallah, you have asked a very good question and for every Muslim it is very important to know this.


Oh yes! Khatmenabuwwat means to truly consider the Holy Prophet Mohammad peace be upon him as the last prophet of Allah and that no other prophet will come after Him.

Yes brother, undoubtedly, the Holy Prophet Mohammad peace be upon him is the last prophet. Every Muslims know this.

Yes, but our teacher has said that we have to work for khatme nabuwwat. What does this mean?

Does this mean that there might be those who oppose this belief?

Yes, absolutely. The Holy Prophet  peace be upon him said about these enemies, that 30 false prophets will come in my ummah, who will claim to be prophets.


Brother, can any prophet come after the Holy Prophet peace be upon him? Definitely not. He said there will be no prophet after me and about a 100 verses

of the Holy Quran prove the belief of khatmenabuwwat.

How can these liars claim such a thing?

These the unfortunate people who for a few worldly gains do false claims. Who are these people brother?

These false people include Musailama, Aswad Unsi, Bahrullah, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani, Siddiq Deendar, Shakeel bin Hanif, Fayyaz Baba and some others. And those who follow them are infidels.

I seek refuge from Allah!

Our teacher was right! We have to work for Khatme nabuwwat. Yes brother.

Definitely, we will have to tell everyone about the belief of Khatmenabuwwat that our beloved prophet peace be upon him is the last prophet and no prophet shall

come after him, so that unknowingly our Muslim brothers and sisters may not be trapped by these liars.

Yes brother, we will work for the belief of khatmenabuwwat. Me too. God willing.

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