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Members of the Ahmadiyya community who fled their village in the wake of the storming of their worship place and a subsequent clash on Dec 12 have started trickling back to their homes in Chakwal’s Dulmail area. Upon their return, the Ahmadi villagers are facing a social boycott imposed by the locals.
Despite the deployment of over 150 police personnel in the troubled village of Dulmial, burglars broke into the house of an Ahmadi family and took away cash, jewellery and prize bonds.
Much time has elapsed since Dec 12, which registered as the most critical in Dulmial, a sleepy village some 37 kilometres from Chakwal city. But life has yet to return to normality. That was when a place of worship belonging to the beleaguered Ahmadiyya community was attacked by a furious mob; the venue is now...
Days after the administration raids an Ahmadi printing press for distributing ‘hate material’, a 1000-strong violent mob attacks an Ahmadi place of worship.
Pakistan has a dark history of persecution against the Ahmadiyya community. Since its inception the right wing extremists have been causing agitations and inciting harsh treatment against Ahmadis based on their religious beliefs. The constitutional amendment of 1974 in which Ahmadis were declared non-Muslims was the culmination of the brewing hatred and animosity against them.
After a curfew-like situation that prevailed at Chakwal’s Dulmial village for eight consecutive days in the wake of vandalising of an Ahmadi place of worship on December 12, life started returning to normal on Monday as military and police personnel eased security restrictions.
After a curfew-like situation that prevailed at Chakwal’s Dulmial village for eight consecutive days in the wake of vandalising of an Ahmadi place of worship on December 12, life started returning to normal on Monday as military and police personnel eased security restrictions.
After a curfew-like situation that prevailed at Chakwal’s Dulmial village for eight consecutive days in the wake of vandalising of an Ahmadi place of worship on December 12, life started returning to normal on Monday as military and police personnel eased security restrictions.
The European Parliament Intergroup on Freedom of Religion or Belief and Religious Tolerance (FoRB&RT) condemns the lukewarm responses from the EU institutions after the police raid at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community headquarters in Pakistan that took place on 6th December in Chenab Nagar, followed by an attack on the Ahmadi mosque in Chakwal, Pakistan by...
A Sherwood-based GP has spoken of his horror after his uncle died following an attack on a mosque in his ancestral village in Pakistan.
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