By

Azhar Chaudhry
In Mithi, District Tharparkar, in September, Mr Muhammad Ashraf, an Ahmadi Muslim, opened a retail store. When locals became aware he was an Ahmadi Muslim, nearby residents told people not to purchase anything from his store. A cleric was sent to the owner of the store and demanded he vacate it or he would inform...
On 7 October, following Friday prayers, a speech against Ahmadi Muslims was made at Jamia Masjid Muhammadiya in Rabwah to a crowd of 200 clerics and students. The audience were told to refuse treatment at the Ahmadi Muslim hospital and to boycott Ahmadi Muslims. The police were summoned and informed of the incident. Source: Ahmadiyya...
In Okara, complaints were made to the police about the local Ahmadi Muslim mosque having minarets and ordered their demolition. On 14 October, the police summoned a delegation of Ahmadi Muslims to express their position; they refused to take any action on the minarets themselves so the police ordered them to raise the outer walls...
In District Jhang, Punjab, at Sajid Public School, an Ahmadi Muslim student was told by her teacher not to write the epithet that follows the name of the Holy Prophet – peace be upon him or sallalaho eleihe wasallam in Arabic – in case she wrote it incorrectly. Locals were keen to make an issue...
In another shocking incident police officers in Baghbanpura, District Gujranwala, removed the minarets of the Ahmadi Muslim mosque (see photo, below). The police arrived with machinery to demolish the minarets of the mosque on the afternoon of 7 December. They blocked the road leading to the mosque and switched off nearby lights to avoid attracting...
An Ahmadi Muslim man has been charged by Karachi police under Pakistan’s anti-Ahmadi laws for using ‘Syed’ as his prefix; a prefix used by people descending from the lineage of Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). Syed Ali Ahmad Tariq, who serves as a lawyer, had submitted some documents in connection with...
A Federal Minister and Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan, Mian Javed Latif has launched a fresh hate-filled campaign against the persecuted Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Pakistan, using religion to score political points. On Wednesday 15th September 2022 Latif appeared on Pakistani State TV – Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) to utter falsehoods and propaganda...
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