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May 25, 2018
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad says Ahmadi Muslims will continue to respond to all forms of provocation and injustice with prayers and peace The World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Comunity, the Fifth Khalifa (Caliph), His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad has strongly condemned an attack targeting a Mosque and a historical house in Sialkot, Pakistan belonging...
* The operation started by the municipal admin in police presence soon attracted a violent mob Lahore: A historic Ahmadiyya community property, including a place of worship, in Sialkot was razed to ground by the administration, aided by a violent mob, in an operation that started on Wednesday night and lasted till early Thursday morning. Reports...
Islamabad : Sunni extremists in Pakistan have demolished a historical mosque belonging to the Ahmadiyya community in Punjab province, the latest attack on the minority group in the Muslim-majority country. A persecuted minority sect, the Ahmadiyya community was declared non-Muslims in Pakistan through a constitutional amendment in 1974 during the tenure of former prime minister...
LAHORE: A mob on Thursday attacked and partially demolished an Ahmedi community’s place of worship in Sialkot. At about 11pm on Wednesday, a mob of about 600 men showed up at the spot and began to demolish the Ahmadiya place of worship. The mob continued the destruction up to 3am, as no one tried to...

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