Incident Report
On 19 February an Ahmadi Muslim, Dr. Rashid Ahmed, was shot to death by religious fanatics in the city of Gutriala, Gujarat district of Punjab province.  Mr. Ahmad, who had no enmity with anyone, is survived by his widow and three daughters.The deceased doctor had opened a free homoeopathic dispensary in his house to serve...
On 2 February at around 3:30 pm, an extremist mob destroyed the minarets of an Ahmadi Muslim mosque in Karachi, that has been used by Ahmadi Muslims for more than 50 years.  Extremists scaled the walls of the building to demolish the minarets with hammers. Police on duty tried to stop the perpetrators but due...
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...
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...
An Ahmadi Muslim burial was violently attacked on grounds of faith by an armed group in Sheikhupura District, Pakistan.  Local extremist clerics gathered the group together and instructed them to attack the cemetery to prevent the burial of a deceased Ahmadi Muslim lady who had passed away the night before.  The group, armed with heavy...
On 11 February 2021, 65 year old Abdul Qadir, was shot dead in the doorway of a health clinic where he worked in Bazod Khel, Peshawar, Pakistan. The 18 year-old attacker arrived outside the health clinic armed with a gun. At around 2pm he rang the doorbell and waited outside. When Abdul Qadir attended the...
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...
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