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Faran Shaheen
On the 19th of February 2024, Lord David Alton posed the following query in writing to the Minister of State, Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon. ”To ask His Majesty’s Government when they last held discussions regarding the civil and democratic rights of Ahmadi citizens in Pakistan with (1) the government of Pakistan, and (2) with the Secretary General of...
12th February 2024 Another Ahmadi Muslim mosque has been attacked in Bhabra, Kotli, A.J.K.in Pakistan by extremists. Sunday’s attack occurred at 10:45am, when around 60 extremists armed with guns, hammers and shovels destroyed the minarets of the mosque and brutally attacked Ahmadis leaving them needing hospital treatment. Ahmadi men and five women were severely beaten...
More than 50 attackers equipped with hammers, shovels, and sticks stormed the Ahmadis’ worship place and demolished its four minarets. At least five women among eight people belonging to the Ahmadiyya Community sustained serious injuries when miscreants attacked a worship place of the community in Kotli district of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) on Monday....
The community was officially declared ‘non-Muslim’ four decades ago. Today, it is increasingly under attack. Islamabad, Pakistan – Amir Mahmood remembers a meeting between top officials of Pakistan’s government last September. He can’t forget how the community, for long a victim of persecution in the country, saw a decline in attacks on its graves and shrines...
Islamabad: Ahmadis have decided to ‘‘dissociate’’ themselves from the coming elections in protest against the exclusion of their names from the joint voters’ list, according to a statement issued by the community’s media office on Thursday. The statement said that elections were being conducted on the basis of a joint electorate, but a separate list...
Two incidents of violence against the Ahmadi community were seen again. This time the incidents took place in Daska and in Bharoke on January 24, 2024. It was alleged that in Daska, the area police desecrated Ahmadi graves and tombstones. After a hiatus of a few weeks, two incidents of violence against the Ahmadi community were seen...
The tombstones at graveyards in Daska and Bharoke were desecrated not by vandals but by the local administration and police The Punjab district administration, along with the police, allegedly desecrated dozens of tombstones at two graveyards belonging to the Ahmadiyya community. Community members said that police in Daska desecrated dozens of epitaphs at an Ahmadiyya graveyard. They...
On the 24th January, another horrifying act of violence occurred against Ahmadi Muslims in Musay Wala Daska, in the province of Punjab.  The Punjab police desecrated 65 tombstones of Ahmadi Muslim graves. The graveyard in which this incident occurred has been allocated to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community by the Government of Punjab. The police claimed they were...
Pakistani authorities on Friday demolished the minarets of a 67-year-old worship place of the minority Ahmadi community in Punjab province, an official of the Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Pakistan said. Police personnel were seen demolishing the minarets of the Ahmadi worship place at the Samundri, Faisalabad, some 130 km from Lahore, on Friday. “Desecration of Ahmadi places of...
The vile acts of desecration of Ahmadi Muslim mosques still continue across Pakistan.  The latest incident of destruction took place on the 22 December around midnight, where police officials destroyed the minarets of an Ahmadi Muslim mosque at Samanduri in the district of Faisalabad.  The police confiscated any evidence of the act by taking away...
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