Ahmadiyya Bans Facebook!

 

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In one of the most amazing setbacks in the history of the Ahmadiyya, the leadership has ordered a ban on Facebook. In fact, the ban appears to extend to all social networking activities. All accounts are to be deleted immediately. Mirza Masroor, the supreme spiritual head and it appears, Führer of the Ahmadiyya, delivered his edict in Germany, of all places, just two days after we exposed one of his rising and personally-approved stars as, well, a bit of a jack-the-lad really. With egg on his face, and realising that the Internet has damaged Ahmadiyya perhaps irreperably, His Holiness in a fit of pique threw out the baby with the bathwater. Surely the irony of a supreme leader claiming to be leader of a single undivided nation, banning free speech on a social network with “book” in its name couldn’t have been lost on at least some of the Ahmadis present?
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The Cult Hides its Shame

By the grace of Allah the Exalted, the Mirza Movement Against Islam has been forced to take swift action to conceal its filth after my latest video entitled “Masroor’s Fans” (now available on request) exposed the hypocrisy of the self-styled “Saved Sect” in devastating fashion.

In a cowardly move, typical of the closed-minded cult mentality that cannot allow open discussion, they got YouTube to remove the video “Masroor’s Fans”.

Despite my making it clear that the video was never meant to be an attack on any individual, and that I respect the right of ladies to observe or not observe hijab as is their right, the Qadianis were not ashamed to show themselves to 60 million Facebook users, but somehow felt shame when I made the point of the untenable “saved sect” hypocrisy in my YouTube video.

This removal of my video was important for them because it revealed just how abusive the Qadianis can be in the comments section. It also constitutes destruction of evidence (good thing I take screen shots in anticipation of all such eventualities) after my recent email to their head office presenting their abusive followers was ignored. Clearly, their “Love for Satan, Hatred for Muslims” mantra is at play here.

In another stunning move of covering up their shame, they also pulled the two Facebook fan pages of Mirza Masroor Ahmad, but not before it was completely recorded. On their fan page, I left various comments, all polite, but I was abused openly there too, in one particuar comment I was called a “lieing psyhco” (sic) by somebody who signed off with the ridiculous “Love for All, Hatred for None” slogan. It has become clear to me that what this slogan really means is that everybody else should love the Qadianis, whilst they should feel free to hate anyone they (dis)like.

Clearly, our campaign of exposure of the hypocrisy, abuse and hatred of the Qadianis is yielding results.

All praise is due to Allah (SWT) alone, who gave Muslims the deen of Islam.