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Mirza Masroor’s Burqa-Clad Wife? Changing Dress Code of Qadianis

Turkish burqa, Punjabi Pagri (turban), Jinnah Cap and Pathan Cap are the dress codes of the Qadianis. In a closed cult-like society, these dress codes carry great significance of rank.  There was a time when everyone wore the ‘pagri’ or the turban.  At that time, the distinction of the leader and his bodyguards was that their turbans had a stiff golden dome inside and part of the turban would stand up straight from the head, giving the impression of awe and grandeur.

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Aljazeera Debate – Marginalised Ahmadi Women

The Ahmadiyya Cult, forced to show its face on an international forum — by their own request — tripped and fell over every one of their cult-like beliefs and practices.  Their incredulous devotees are having a hard time digesting some of the hard facts. Watch the debate here.  Since many people do not know the structure of the Ahmadiyya, we present this Qadiani Ahmadiyya org chart (we use ‘Qadiani’ to differentiate with other Ahmadiyya organisations such as the Lahoris). For a larger view, click on the image below a couple of times.

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Letter to Prime Minister of Malta – Where are the Ahmadi Women?

The Ahmadiyya in Malta conducted a Women’s Day seminar but there was NO Ahmadi woman at the head table, or none that was mentioned as having spoken at the ‘seminar’.  Since the first lady of Malta and the VP of the National Council of Women spoke at the occasion, we wrote to them: Your Excellency, It was very nice to see the First Lady of Malta, Catherine Gonzi, Michelle Muscat, wife of Opposition Leader Joseph Muscat and Nadya Anne Mangion, the vice president of the National Council of Women at this seminar. The rights of women and their celebration are …

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