Pakistanis went to the polls on May 11th to participate in landmark national and provincial elections.
Recent election violence in Pakistan has been called unprecedented. But Pakistan's 2008 elections were bloodier.
Though votes are still being counted, two-time prime minister Nawaz Sharif appears poised to claim the post for an unprecedented third time.
While Ahmedis consider themselves Muslims, the Pakistani government has officially declared them otherwise.
There seems to be some disagreement between Pakistan's extremists over participation in the May 11 elections.
Organised by a pro-Taliban faction, around 450 participants at the rally in Pakistan chant for Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
The Peshawar High Court on Tuesday banned former president Pervez Musharraf from running for public office for life.
Pakistan Ulema Council has said women have equal rights to vote and that it is not religion that bars them from voting but the feudal system.
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