Bangladesh: Protests rise against Muslim sect
The protesters had gathered to hear their neighbours denounced as heretics and infidels. The target of this passionate hatred was the Ahmadiyya community, sometimes called Ahmadis or Qadianis.
Submitted on Mon, 04/25/2005 - 23:00
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