Karachi; September 2022: A complaint was raised against the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Karachi over their use of Ahmadiyya Hall for worship – a building they have been using for religious purposes for over half a century. The report to the police stated that it looked too similar to a mosque and Muslims could mistake...
Gojra, District Toba Tek Singh; 13 September 2022: In Gojra, District Toba Tek Singh, the minaret of the local Ahmadi Muslim mosque was destroyed by the police under pressure by anti-Ahmadiyya scholars. The Deputy Superintendent of the local police force instructed community members to destroy the minaret and to relocate any families residing in the...
A Federal Minister and Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan, Mian Javed Latif has launched a fresh hate-filled campaign against the persecuted Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Pakistan, using religion to score political points. On Wednesday 15th September 2022 Latif appeared on Pakistani State TV – Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) to utter falsehoods and propaganda...
A lawmaker belonging to the radical Islamist party Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan turned up at a hall belonging to the Ahmadiyyas with the police in Karachi, complaining that the use of minarets and domes by the community is illegal. Journalist Naila Inayat who shared the video on Twitter said that the Pakistani constitution forbids Ahmadiyyas from using...
Ghoghyat, District Sargodha; September 2022:  On 10 September, Mr Malik Muhammad Yaqoob, leader of Tehreek Labbaik Pakistan in Sargodha, released a video message demanding that the district administration remove the minarets and niche within two days or they would do it themselves. Mr Yaqoob also said that the responsibility for any loss of life or...
Bhlair, District Kasur; 15 September 2022: In Bhlair, District Kasur, the police instructed that the local Ahmadi Muslim mosque remove its minarets after a complaint had been made by a resident of the neighbouring village. Ahmadi Muslims were threatened with the registration of a First Information Report (FIR) if they did follow suit. On 17...
Rabwah; 7 September 2022: To commemorate the ratification of the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan, that declared Ahmadis as non-Muslims, rallies were held on 7 September. A number of influential scholars made speeches against Ahmadi Muslims stating that they were apostates, outside the circle of Islam, and spreading lies that the community was...
On 30 August 2022, members of the extremist party Tehreek Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) wrote to the police complaining that Ahmadis had installed minarets on their mosque in Mityal, District Jhelum. The following day, the police instructed them to take down the minarets, but when the Ahmadis refused to do it the police threatened the Ahmadiyya...
In Chak 203 RB Manawala, District Faisalabad, from 21 to 22 August 2022, 16 Ahmadi Muslim graves were desecrated in a cemetery that has been active since the Partition in 1947. Over the past year, the burials of two Ahmadis have been disrupted. Even after death, Ahmadi Muslims are still denied peace. Source: Ahmadiyya Muslim...
Mr Abdul Shakoor was an Ahmadi soldier who fought in the 1971 war for Pakistan. On 6 August this year, his son, Mr Shamshad Ahmad, his sister, and his mother were invited to District Sahiwal for the installation of a memorial board in his honour. A mob of around four hundred was mobilised by two...
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