Pakistan Won't Legally Recognize This Minority Group As Muslim
In the 1970s, Pakistan's government amended its constitution to say the Ahmadi group wasn't Muslim.By Melissa Prax | September 18, 2016
Pakistan is a largely Muslim country. But the government refuses to recognize one of its minority groups is actually Muslim.
Members of the Ahmadi sect have experienced increased discrimination and violence ever since a constitutional amendment in the '70s declared they weren't Muslim.
Orthodox and Ahmadi Muslims both follow the Quran, but Ahmadis don't believe Muhammad was the final prophet sent by God. And Pakistan's Muslim majority groups have a big problem with that.