Incident Report
Ahmadi Muslim in Peshawar Arrested and Charged with Blasphemy6 October 2020 20 year old faces death sentence on false allegationOn 8 September 2020, Imran Ali aged 15 years falsely accused 20 year old Mr Abdul Majeed of blasphemy. In a co-ordinated attack, a violent crowd gathered outside Abdul Majeed’s family home at around midnight. The...
At 9.00pm on Wednesday 12 August 2020, Mr Meraj Ahmad, an Ahmadi Muslim resident of Peshawar, Pakistan was shot dead in a religiously motivated attack by unidentified assassins. He was closing his medical store when the murder took place.   Meraj Ahmad 61 year old Meraj Ahmad was a well-known Ahmadi Muslim and had been the...
On 30 April 2020, Ramzan Bibi made a monetary contribution towards an event organised by the local Mosque in the village of Cheleki (Nankana District). The donation was turned down as the Mosque refused to accept a donation from an Ahmadi Muslim. When the 55 year old went to enquire why her donation had been...
Pakistan’s State Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Mr Ali Muhammad Khan has recently supported an anti-Ahmadiyya twitter campaign by calling for Ahmadis to be punished by death.  On 29 April 2020, Mr Khan tweeted including the words “the only punishment for blasphemers is beheading.”  His tweets before and after the above-mentioned tweet refers to Ahmadi Muslims...
Police and civil authorities give in to demands by extremists. A 100 year old Ahmadiyya Place of Worship in Khrepar, District Qasur is unilaterally occupied by the miscreants who are hell bent on destroying the peace of area. At the same time the local administration (police & civil) have decided to hand it over to...
On 25 October 2019, Hasilpur (Punjab) city officials together with local police destroyed part of the Ahmadiyya Muslim mosque in the city.  They claimed to have come to check the mosque but on entry they disconnected the electric supply and removed CCTV surveillance. They then used machinery to tear down the mehrab of the mosque...
In August 2018, Khadim Hussain Khursheed Alazahri, a hate preacher who encouraged violence against the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in Pakistan after the devastating attacks on a historical Mosque of the community is Sialkot in May, was allowed entry to the UK for a conference being held in Luton. By way of background, on the 23...
On the 23/08/18, a large mob consisting of 300-400 people, a number of the attackers being armed, began to assault the place of worship at the time of the evening prayer. Gunned men began firing at the place of worship. Five people were injured by gun shots. By way of background, on the 23 August...
On 25 June 2018, Qazi Muhammed Shoban was killed on religious grounds in Pakistan.   By way of background, Ordinance XX legitimises action against the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in Pakistan. Through Ordinance XX Pakistan is the only State to have directly targeted a religious community through the enactment of federal laws, making it a criminal offence...
Left:  The historical Mubarak Mosque in its prime.  Right: The Mosque in ruins following an unprovoked attack against the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Sialkot, Pakistan. Issue Sialkot: On 23 May 2018, a large violent mob attacked and destroyed a local Ahmadi home and historical Mosque dating over a century old.   At 10.45pm a large mob of...
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