Second Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan

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The Second Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan (Urdu: آئین پاکستان میں دوسری ترمیم‎) became a part of the Constitution of Pakistan on September 7, 1974.[1] It declared that Ahmadis were not Muslims.[1]

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A person who does not believe in the absolute and unqualified finality of The Prophethood of Muhammad (Peace be upon him), the last of the Prophets or claims to be a Prophet, in any sense of the word or of any description whatsoever, after Muhammad (Peace be upon him), or recognizes such a claimant as a Prophet or religious reformer, is not a Muslim for the purposes of the Constitution or law.

See also

Ordinance XX

References

  1. ^ a b Government of Pakistan, (GoPAK). "Second Amendment". Ministry of Law and Justice. The Electronic Government of Pakistan.

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