The Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus needs to be shut down effective immediately. It is totally a fraudulent organization, they only exist as a means to push the #ahmadiyya agenda of asylum cases. It began in 2014, soon after the Ahmadiyya mega donor (Kareem Ahmad also spelled Kareem Ahmed) gave 1 million to the Obama campaign, he was later accused of involuntary manslaughter. However, this was the push that got the famous Qadiani-Ahmadi, Muhammad Ahmad Chaudhry a dinner seat right next to President Barack Obama. President Obama even praised the #ahmadiyya movement and agreed that they are in-fact persecuted in Pakistan. #ahmadis were also appearing on Foxnews in those days and pushing the #ahmadiyya agenda.
In 2017, the 115th Congress under Donald Trump as President of the United States approved of the Ahmadiyya caucus, with Jackie Speier (D-CA) and Pete King (R-NY) as co-chairs. They even got Trumper, Rex Tillerson to bad mouth Pakistan, as they lobbied the Trump administration over and over again.
In 2018, #ahmadis were seen hanging out with a known Islam hater, Congressman Pete King, Republican Congressman Peter King hates Muslims, but likes Ahmadi’s.
In 2019, the Ahmadiyya caucus was trying to get the heavily persecuted Uygher Muslims to convert to Ahmadiyya under the guise of asylum help.
2019–2021, in the past 2 years, there doesn’t seem to be much work getting done by this caucus.
Ahmadiyya caucus twitter account—-@MuslimCaucus and @AhmadiyyaCaucus
Muslim group to get own caucus on Capitol Hill
Group will represent 15,000-20,000 Ahmadis
A small branch of Islam often persecuted and called heretical by larger Muslim groups has always found friends on Capitol Hill. Now, America’s Ahmadiyya Muslim community is getting official representation through a new House caucus to be officially unveiled Friday.
The new Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus will represent the estimated 15,000 to 20,000 Ahmadis living in America, a small percentage of the nearly 3 million Muslims living in the United States.
President Obama has stood up for Ahmadis at the recent National Prayer Breakfast, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, California Democrat, has championed the religious group’s cause in the face of reports of persecution in Pakistan and elsewhere in the Islamic world. Now, the group will have a caucus to represent the global Ahmadiyya community.
“We are talking on the global level to wherever people are being persecuted and prosecuted for their faith,” said Naseem Mahdi, missionary-in-charge and national vice president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA. “We will not take the selfish approach that we will only talk about the rights of Ahmadiyya Muslims. We will talk about the rights of every human being, especially the rights of every believer.”
The Ahmadiyya Muslim community was founded out of a movement began by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in 1889 in the Indian city of Qadian, and is currently headquartered in London,* where its spiritual leader, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, resides. Ahmadiyya Muslims say they are the largest single largest Muslim group worldwide united under one leader.
Formation & Purpose:
The Congressional Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus was formed to combat religious persecution of the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Muslim majority countries. In 2014, former Representative Frank Wolf (R-VA) and Representative Jackie Speier (D-CA) established the Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus to educate members of Congress about the repression of religious minorities worldwide (especially in South Asia and the Middle East), including Ahmadi Muslims, Christians, and other persecuted communities. The Caucus endeavors to forge a bi-partisan effort to advocate in a timely manner on behalf of oppressed communities and prisoners of conscience, consistent with the objectives of the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998.
The current co-chairs of the Caucus are Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA 14) and Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX 10). You can join the Caucus by contacting Alexandria Musser in Rep. Speier’s office, or Cameron Poursoltan in Rep. McCaul’s office.
February 17, 2017
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressional Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus Co-Chairs Jackie Speier (D-CA) and Pete King (R-NY) released the following statement today, in celebration of the launch of the Caucus for the 115th Congress.
“Today, over 100 members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community are gathered for their 7th Annual “Day on the Hill” to launch the Congressional Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus for the 115th Congress. As co-chairs of the Congressional Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus, we commend the efforts of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in the United States for spreading Islam’s true teachings of moderation and restraint with compassion, patience, and prayers in the face of bitter opposition.
The Congressional Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus was formed in 2014 to highlight the religious and human rights abuses regularly suffered by the members of the Ahmadi community across the world. Today, the Caucus continues to press onward toward the ultimate goal of societal and religious freedom for this oppressed community. We represent a bipartisan effort to advocate on behalf of oppressed Ahmadi Muslims consistent with the objectives of the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998.
We remain extremely concerned about the persecution of Ahmadi Muslims worldwide. In Pakistan, in particular, they have suffered for decades as victims of sectarian violence and of state-backed institutionalized discrimination. Under the 1974 Constitution, Ahmadi Muslims are considered non-Muslim and in 1984 Pakistan enacted the so-called “blasphemy laws” that target Ahmadi Muslims. Ahmadis account for almost 40% of all arrests under the blasphemy laws. Ahmadis are also disenfranchised, and in order to vote they must either declare that they are non-Muslim or sign a statement denouncing the founder of the Ahmadiyya Community as a false prophet.
The struggle of the Ahmadi community is one nearly every American has some connection to. Religious freedom is enshrined in our Constitution as a basic human right, and America has always idealized the concept of religious acceptance. As we re-launch the Congressional Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus, we remain committed to shining a spotlight on instances of persecution and oppression faced by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.”
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