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Home Critical Analysis/Archives Rabwah: A Place For Martyrs?
Rabwah: A Place For Martyrs?
Report of the Parliamentary Human Rights Group
mission to Pakistan into internal flight for Ahmadis.
Edited by Dr Jonathan Ensor
with a foreword by Lord Avebury
Mission members: Frances Allen, Michael Ellman, Jonathan Ensor
Part of the title to this report – ‘a place for martyrs’ – is a quote from a member of the Human Rights Committee of Pakistan, provided in response to a question from the mission about living conditions for Ahmadis in Rabwah. It is not intended to reflect the view of the mission.
© Parliamentary Human Rights Group
January 2007

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