The Persecuted Ahmadiyya community in Rabwah, Pakistan
The gate of an Ahmadiyya mosque, Rabwah, Pakistan. The Ahmadiyya (Qadiani) movement in Islam is a religious organisation with more than 30 million members worldwide. Founded by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1839-1908) who was seen by his followers as the final phrophet. Ahmadiyyas are now banned from calling themselves Muslim in Pakistan and suffer terrible discrimination under anti-blasphemy laws and are regularly murdered for their faith.