Intro Naseer Ahmad, known as Naseer Ahmed Malik (February 1, 1950 – July 31, 1999) and Naseer Malik was a Pakistani cricketer who played three ODIs in 1975. He was born in Gojra, Faisalabad, Punjab. Malik took 203 first-class wickets at 24.89, 121 for National Bank of Pakistan. He is survived by his four children. He died at age 49.
He did not face any persecution after 1974 or 1984.
In the 1880’s, he worked for the U.S. government as an ambassador (consul general)(in the Philippines) and allegedly came across the challenge of MGA about 10,000 rupees if anyone could refute the Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya. However, he couldn’t read urdu and the 4-part Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya set was in urdu. Thus, his entire conversion to Ahmadiyya story is bogus. He seems to have wrote letters to MGA in Qadian and MGA had them published them in his book, (Shahna’-e-Haq, 1887-1888 era). Shortly thereafter, Webb declared himself a Muslim. The original letter that was written by Webb to MGA is totally missing (See “A Muslim in Victorian America” by Abd-Allah).
Intro @Afzalupal is an amazing brother, I have known him for 5-6 years on social media. After his famous book on #Ahmadiyya was published in 2017 (Moderate Fundamentalist). The Ahmadiyya Movement Canada took action against him and his family. They immediately expelled @Afzalupal and also began to punish his family. We have posted the entire complaint in the below. It seems that the UK Charity Commission took no action since @Afzalupal doesn’t live in the UK and thus outside the jurisdiction of the UK Charity Commission.