There have been several targeted killings of #Ahmadi’s in #Pakistan over the past 4 months. Why are religious minorities particularly vulnerable to blasphemy laws and violence in Pakistan? Find out in this week’s episode of USCIRF Spotlight.
A Yorkshire MP has spoken about the attacks levelled at him and his family due to being members of a particular sect of Islam. By Geraldine ScottMonday, 23rd November 2020, 10:00 pm Wakefield Conservative MP Imran Ahmad Khan led a debate in the Commons on Monday night on the persecution of Ahmadi Muslims, focussing on...
A doctor belonging to the Ahmadi community was shot dead while his father and two uncles were injured when a teenage boy opened fire on them in their home in Punjab’s Nankana Sahib district on Friday.Police said the Ahmadi family were offering prayers on Friday afternoon at their house in Murh Balochan area of Nankana...
On Friday 20 November 2020, family members had gathered in their home in Murh Balochan - Nankana Sahib in Punjab, Pakistan, to offer their Friday prayers.
Another innocent Ahmadi Muslim murdered on grounds of faith  This is part of an ongoing hate campaign against Ahmadi Muslims  Peshawar has seen a rise of anti-Ahmadi activity and the   Government has repeatedly failed to stop the violence and protect its Ahmadi Muslim citizens Mr. Mahboob Khan On Sunday 8 November 2020, 82-year-old Mr. Mahboob Khan,...
In May 2020, Mr Rohan Ahmad, an Ahmadi Muslim missionary, visited his family home in Lahore to  celebrate Eid. The home was raided by the police on the grounds that he allegedly possessed Ahmadiyya  Muslim literature. He was arrested and charged under:  • s11 Prevention of Electronic Crime Act (PECA) 2016 (that targets hate speech...
At 9.00pm on Wednesday 12 August 2020, Mr Meraj Ahmad, an Ahmadi Muslim resident of Peshawar, Pakistan was shot dead in a religiously motivated attack by unidentified assassins. He was closing his medical store when the murder took place.   Meraj Ahmad 61 year old Meraj Ahmad was a well-known Ahmadi Muslim and had been the...
On 30 April 2020, Ramzan Bibi made a monetary contribution towards an event organised by the local Mosque in the village of Cheleki (Nankana District). The donation was turned down as the Mosque refused to accept a donation from an Ahmadi Muslim. When the 55 year old went to enquire why her donation had been...
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