Dr. Masood, Muslim impersonator
Yet in the West, Ahmadi spokesmen like the oleaginous Harris Zafar and the arrogant Qasim Rashid carry water for the same Islamic supremacists who would cheerfully destroy their homes and places of worship and charge them with blasphemy if they were in Pakistan. Instead, Zafar and Rashid target those who stand up for the Ahmadis and decry their persecution, carrying water for their own oppressors.
An Ahmdi [sic] doctor is arrested and held on blasphemy charges in Old Anarkali area of Lahore, it has been reported.
Dr. Masood, a British national, was attending clients at his clinic on Monday, November 25th, when two men posing as patients arrived at the clinic seeking treatment, local sources have informed Ahmadiyya Times.
According to the details, after medications were dispensed to the two men, they stayed to ask certain religious question which Dr Masood supposedly answered.
On a hidden camera footage made available to Ahmadiyya Times, Dr Masood is seen reading aloud the translation of a verse from the Holy Qur'ān.
After the two men left, several area clerics arrived at the clinic and started abusing Dr Masood, accusing him of blasphemous acts.
Old Anarkali police also arrived at the scene and arrested Dr Masood.
Police took the Ahmadi doctor to a closely located police station where a mob of local area clerics and religious thugs started to gather outside the police station demanding filing of blasphemy charges against the doctor.
Giving into mob’s demands police launched FIR 675/13, charging Dr Masood with Blasphemy under section 298-C of the Pakistan Criminal Code, the Ahmadiyya-specific part of the blasphemy laws.
During the late night hours police cut locks at Dr Masood’s clinic and hauled away materials, it was further learned.
Reportedly clerics and police relied on the hidden camera footage to level blasphemy accusation against the Ahmadī doctor.
According to the laws of Pakistan it is a criminal act for an Ahmadī to read the Holy Qur'ān or act in a manner that may be perceived as the Ahmadī is 'posing as a Muslim.'
In several past incidents of instigating people against Ahmadis and framing or filing of blasphemy charges, one Hasan Muavia, a Khatm-e Nubuwwat activist and a close relative of Mullah Tahir Ashrafi, chairman of Pakistan's clerics council, has been at the forefront....