UK-based TV station fined for anti-Ahmadi Muslim hate speech

Guest on Urdu-language Channel 44 show made serious allegations, says Ofcom

A UK-based TV station has been fined £75,000 by Ofcom after broadcasting hate speech about the Ahmadi community, amid growing fears that the religious group is facing persecution.

Channel 44, an Urdu-language current affairs satellite channel, broadcast two episodes of a discussion programme featuring a guest who “made repeated, serious and unsubstantiated allegations about members of the Ahmadiyya community”, the broadcasting watchdog said.

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Source: The Guardian
UK-based TV station fined for anti-Ahmadi Muslim hate speech