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Rights Group Urges Govt to Protect Ahmadis in Bangka

A rights group has urged the Indonesian government to take firm action against local authorities in the Bangka district of Bangka-Belitung Islands province to stop the expulsion of the Ahmadiyah religious minority, and to protect its members.

USCIRF Calls for the Immediate Release of Abdul Shakoor and the Dropping of all Charges

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) strongly condemns the arrest, detention, and sentencing of Abul Shakoor, an 80-year-old optician, for propagating the Ahmadiyya Muslim faith, which is banned in Pakistan.

UK Parliamentary Motion condemns denial of rights for Ahmadis in Indonesia

An Early Day Motion tabled by Margaret Ferrier MP calls for action to uphold freedom of religion for all in Indonesia. This follows the threats made by local authorities to evict Ahmadi Muslims from their homes in Bangka-Belitung.

Plea to release persecuted father

AN ENDEAVOUR Hills man will turn to the Australian Government for help after his 81-year-old Ahmadi Muslim father was imprisoned in Pakistan last month.

Strangers in their own country

Jhelum survivors recount their stories. It was just another day for Arsalan, who worked as a Sales Manager at Pakistan Chipboard Factory when he was informed about police arresting the Security In-charge of the factory over allegations of desecrating [...]

Publisher of Ahmediyya daily denied bail

Lahore: A Supreme Court of Pakistan bench on Tuesday denied bail to the publisher of Al-Fazl, a 102-year-old Ahmadiyya publication, who is behind bars for three years on blasphemy and terrorism charges. The bench headed by Justice Sardar Asif Saeed [...]

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