Pakistani Kashmiri activist encourages massacre of Ahmadis

A renowned Pakistani Kashmiri activist has encouraged the massacre of minority Ahmadis by saying Muslims should have killed their leader.

Sundas Malik, the chairperson of UJKC (United Jammu And Kashmir Coalition), made the remarks on Tuesday while speaking to a Twitter space audience. Malik said:

“I want to say something to all my Muslim brothers, We Muslims made one mistake concerning Qadianis [Ahmadis], which we have to accept. Their leader Mirza Ahmad should have been killed right then and there. Prophet has said so…., He should have been cut into pieces at that very moment. But these Muslims sat down and did nothing, which made it worse, they should have killed him.”

The activist claims to be raising awareness about human rights violations, oppression, and religious discrimination in Indian Kashmir. Malik previously hosted events with Mushaal Hussein Mullick, wife of Kashmiri leader Yasin Malik.

Jammu & Kashmir is a disputed Himalayan region. India and Pakistan have fought two of their three wars over Kashmir.