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Equal Entrance Blog

  • Silenced Voices: Reflections on Election Day in Pakistan


    On Pakistan's Election Day, while many express their sentiments on social media, I reflect on the privilege of voting, denied to me as an Ahmadi. Since the 1970s, Ahmadis have been marginalized, branded non-Muslims, and excluded from the democratic process. Despite proving my patriotism in Pakistan, discrimination persisted. Even abroad, I face scrutiny over my identity. Speaking out against Ahmadi persecution is often misconstrued as disloyalty. Yet, my love for Pakistan remains steadfast. I urge those hesitant to vote to reconsider; it's both a privilege and a duty. Let's shape our nation's future together.

  • You are Free to Go to Your Mosque

    As an Ahmadi Muslim, I have always felt as the ‘other’ in my homeland. Despite it being the land of my ancestors and their ancestors, I always felt the need of proving my loyalty.


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