Incident Report
On 22 September in Daska, Punjab, police officials committed an act of desecration by damaging the tombstones of the graves of 74 Ahmadi Muslim graves.   The tombstones included relatives of Pakistan’s first foreign minister Sir Zafruallah Khan who served as the president of the United Nations and the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the...
Distressing incidents involving attacks on Ahmadi Muslim mosques, carried out by state authorities and extremists, continue across Pakistan. In the last four days alone, three mosques have been desecrated. This alarming trend signifies an escalating level of hostility directed towards the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, with other mosques also facing potential threats. Please refer below for...
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Sheikh Faazal in the district of Burewala experienced yet another targeted attack, the third in the past four days. This is the 13th mosque to be desecrated during 2023. On the 8th August, police officials desecrated the minarets of the local Ahmadi Muslim mosque built 53 years ago. The destroyed...
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Bahawalnagar experienced yet another targeted attack. This is the 12th mosque to be desecrated during 2023. At around midnight on 6th August, extremists desecrated the minarets of an Ahmadi Muslim mosque in Chak 168 Murad, Bahawalnagar. Source: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Karachi experienced yet another targeted attack. This is the second mosque desecrated in the last ten days and the 11th during the year 2023. A group of extremists removed the minarets of the Bait ul Mubarak mosque, located on Drig Road. On 24 July, around 12-13 individuals gathered near the...
On 16th July in Jhelum, some unknown assailants committed an act of desecration by damaging the tombstones of the graves of two companions of the Promised Messiah, Hadhrat Maulana Burhan Ud Din Jhelumi, and Hadhrat Maulvi Muhammad Ibrahim, which were in the combined graveyard. These graves were surrounded by a protective boundary, but unfortunately, it...
The desecration of an Ahmadi Muslim mosque in Kala Gojran, District Jehlum took place on 14 July by by the police, succumbing to pressure from members of the extremist group, Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP). This deplorable act was carried out under the threats and campaign by extremist elements in the area aimed at targeting Ahmadi Muslim...
The persecution of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Pakistan continues to be a gross violation of human rights. Ahmadi Muslims are not allowed to practice their faith freely, even within the confines of their own homes, which goes against the Pakistan Supreme Court’s ruling. Incidents of forcefully preventing Ahmadi Muslims from sacrificing animals during Eid...
In Sanghar, Sindh province (Chak No. 24), the residence of Dr. Azhar Iqbal (local president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim branch) was undergoing renovation, and within the premises, there was an Ahmadi Muslim mosque. The restoration work of the damaged niche area in the mosque was also in progress. However, opponents objected to the presence of the minaret and nice, arguing...
In a shocking turn of events Syed Ali Ahmad Tariq, a 77-year-old senior advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, was attacked and beaten along with his junior lawyer by a violent mob whilst appearing in Karachi City Court. The attackers then took him forcibly to the police station where the police registered a baseless...
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