Pakistani Taliban said that the group will not participate in peace talks with the incoming government and will exact revenge for a recent drone strike.
Taliban issues a fresh threat to kill Musharraf saying soon the militant movement 'will punish this Satan to death for his wicked deed'.
In 1974 the Pakistani National Parliament declared Ahmadis non-Muslims including this declaration in Article 260(3) of the Constitution of 1973.
Two bombs exploded near different mosques in the Bazdara area of Malakand in northwest Pakistan after prayers on Friday.
The April bombing of an MQM election office in the city’s North Nazimabad neighborhood left five people dead, prompting the party to call for a day of mourning.
A discussion on Pakistani television of whether recent terrorism is a new form of election rigging and whether the army be allowed to intervene.
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.