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Who is a Real Muslim? – The Perils Of The Muslim Minorities In Pakistan
Written by Rezwan On 6 October 2013 @ 22:06 pm | 2 Comments
In Arts & Culture, English, Ethnicity & Race, Freedom of Speech, Human Rights, Pakistan, Quick Reads, Religion, South Asia, War & Conflict
Raza Habib Raja  at Pak Tea House comments:
The biggest ‘crime’ in Pakistan is to be what I call, Non-Muslim Muslims. So if you are an Ahmedi, Shiite, and even a believer in some Sufi Saint you will invariably be called Non-Muslim by some.
That brings one to the question “Who is a Muslim?” Raja tells:
Asking this question is dangerous and trying to define a Muslim is futile and would invariably lead to exclusion of many who do not belong to the sect of the person who is asking the question.
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