Qadianis or Ahmediyya community originates from Qadian
in Indian Punjab. They follow the teachings of Mirza
Ghulam Ahmad, born in 1835. The Ahmediyya shifted their
headquarters from Qadian to Rabwah in Pakistan after the
partition of Indian subcontinent in 1947. The community
and its leaders are considered heretics by most Muslims,
as the community does not believe that Prophet Muhammad
(P.B.U.H.) was the final messenger of God. There have
been two major agitations against the community within
Pakistan in 1953 and 1974. The second amendment within
the 1973 Constitution of Pakistan during 1974, declared
the Ahmedis non-Muslims.
 British Broadcasting Corporation
(BBC). (2010). Who are the Ahmadi? May 28, 2010.
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