Usama Munir in Rabwah's graveyard
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Life in Pakistan's only all-Ahmadi town

It's the 40th anniversary of the Ahmadi people being declared non-Muslims in Pakistan. The Ahmadi movement identifies itself as Muslim and follows the teachings of the Koran, but it is regarded by orthodox Muslims as heretical - because of its interpretation of certain Koranic writings.

Usama Munir talks about how the death of his father in an attack on an Ahmadi mosque affected him, and what everyday life is like for him and his family living in Rabwah, Pakistan's only all-Ahmadi town.

Video produced by BBC Urdu's Nosheen Abbas.

  • 30 Sep 2014
  • From the section Asia
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