In this photo taken Monday, March 12, 2012, a security guard looks out of the window of the worship place of the Ahmedis in the center of Islamabad, Pakistan. Ahmedis are reviled by mainstream Muslims as heretics believing that a promised Islamic messiah, Mirza Ghulam Ahmed, came more than 100 years ago. His arrival is still being awaited by mainstream Muslims. Pakistan's constitution has made it a crime for Ahmedi's to call themselves Muslims or to practice their faith as Muslims. Targeted assassinations, mob gatherings led by outlawed Islamic extremists groups outside places of worship and now a spike in forced conversions has Pakistan's religious minorities wondering if they have a place in Pakistan. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)