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Ahmadi Muslims, among persecuted Mideast minorities finding religious freedom in Israel, promote a message of peace, by Eliana Rudee (JNS)

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Feb. 9, 2018

As a small Islamic sect of an estimated 20 million people—about 1 percent of the global Muslim population—the Ahmadiyya community is a persecuted minority across the Middle East. In Israel, Ahmadis enjoy full religious and cultural freedom and pray in the only Ahmadi mosque in the Middle East.

As a small Islamic sect of an estimated 20 million people—about 1 percent of the global Muslim population—the Ahmadiyya community is a persecuted minority across the Middle East. But at the southern entrance of the northern Israeli city of Haifa lies Kababir village, home to 2,000 residents, 70 percent of whom are Ahmadi Muslims.

In Kababir, Ahmadis enjoy full religious and cultural freedom and pray in the only Ahmadi mosque in the Middle East

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