Tayyab Mansoor
On 12 August an Ahmadi Muslim man was brutally stabbed to death on grounds of faith, in Rabwah, Pakistan – home to the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. The perpetrator was raising religious slogans at the time of the incident. A religious fanatic, reported to be Hafiz Muhammad Shahzad Hasan Sialvi Rivi, fatally stabbed...
Lahore, May 18 (PTI) A 35-year-old Pakistani man belonging to the minority Ahmadi community has been stabbed to death by a “religious fanatic” over his faith in the country’s Punjab province, the police said on Wednesday. Pakistan’s Parliament in 1974 declared the Ahmadi community as non-Muslims. A decade later, they were banned from calling themselves...
As members, friends, and observers of the International Religious Freedom or Belief Alliance, we note with grave concern the hostility toward the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in a range of countries, and the threats to the human right to freedom of religion or belief (FoRB) for members of this community. For Ahmadi Muslims, as for all...
LAHORE: Denying post-arrest bail to three members of the Ahmadi community in a case about sharing a distorted version of the Holy Quran in a WhatsApp group, the Lahore High Court has observed that declaring a person may transmit any offensive material if he/she is not its author thereof would be a recipe for disaster....
Activists say the move is ‘a blatant act of discrimination’ against the minority community A district chief in Indonesia’s West Kalimantan province has enraged rights activists by ordering the demolition of an Ahmadi mosque that was attacked and damaged by hardline Muslims last year. They say the move is yet another attack on religious freedom...
On September 3, at least 130 Malay Sunni vigilantes attacked an Ahmadiyah mosque in Balai Harapan village, Sintang regency, West Kalimantan. The attack occurred after Friday prayers, during which the imam at a nearby Sunni mosque, Mochammad Hedi, delivered a speech in which he called the Ahmadiyah “blasphemous,” witnesses said. A local man named Zainudin can be seen...
The Ahmadiyya Muslim community was founded in 1889 in Punjab, India and today has an estimated tens of millions of members globally. Because of the differences between Ahmadiyya beliefs and beliefs in Sunni and Shi’a Islam, many Muslims consider Ahmadiyya Muslims to be heretics. Some governments that regulate the practice of Islam deem Ahmadiyya Muslims...
This factsheet documents and contextualizes recent religious freedom violations against Ahmadiyya Muslims, shining a light on the worrying trend of growing state persecution of members of this community. Ahmadiyya Muslims face persecution and discrimination in a range of Muslim-majority countries, including Algeria, Pakistan, and Malaysia, the three examples highlighted in this factsheet. In these countries,...
Many international human rights organisations are alarmed over the recent persecution of the Ahmadiyya community in Pakistan The International Forum for Right and Security (IFFRAS) said that the organisations are documenting the systematic persecution (/topic/persecution) endured by the Ahmadiyya Muslim community at the hands of religious extremists and state institutions. In the latest incident, a...
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