Malaysia’s prominent female Islamic scholar and former member of the Cabinet Dr. Mashitah Ibrahim has called for action against “the dissemination of deviant teachings of Qadianis”, a peaceful minority Islamic sect considered heretic by mainstream Muslims.
In 1998, Malaysia’s Selangor Fatwa Committee ruled that followers of Ahmadiyya or Qadiani teachings are “kafir” or non-believers and that any individual that follows Qadiani teachings is an apostate, according to the national e-fatwa database.
In 1984, Pakistan passed a law declaring followers of the Ahmadiyya sect as non-Muslims and allowed the authorities to jail them for “posing as a Muslim” or “offending a Muslim’s feelings”, according to an earlier Reuters report.
* I think that Ahmadiyya can be considered as a sect of Islam since Ahmadis do follow a majority of the Islamic canon. However, non-Ahmadi Muslims do have a point when they say that Ahmadi teachings are too far out. The mainstream Muslims have the right to classify Ahmadis as non-Muslims. In a sane world, this wouldn't be a big deal. Of course, given the nature of Islam, this means that the mainstream Muslims can wage open war on Ahmadis.
Think about it: how can the mainstream Muslims fight against the millions of evil Jews in Israel and the hundreds of millions of dirty infidels in the West when they can't even "deal with" a few thousands filthy, kafir Ahmadis within their midst? Hence, the mere existence of Ahmadis in Islamic lands showcases the impotence and utter powerlessness of mainstream Muslims.
Given this wicked mindset, we'll see even more severe discrimination against Ahmadis in Muslim countries.