Police razed minarets of a place of worship belonging to Jamaat-e-Ahmadiya, in Wazirabad, according to a spokesperson of the community, on Wednesday. The razing, the second such incident in the province in less than a month, took place on Tuesday night in the Moti Bazaar area. Pointing to a “discriminatory approach”, the spokesperson termed the...
In Karachi, on 21 November, an Ahmadi Muslim, Mr Syed Ali Ahmad Tariq, had a police case registered against him under sections 298-B, 298-C, and 34 of the Pakistan Penal Code. In September, Mr Tariq represented the local Ahmadi Muslims in a court case over the style of a new Ahmadi Muslim mosque, Bait-ul-Zikar, in...
In Peru Chak, Sialkot, a cemetery has been shared between Ahmadi Muslims and non-Ahmadi Muslims for the past 71 years. Following the death of Ahmadi Muslim Ms. Bushra Bibi, arrangements were made for her burial in the cemetery but this was blocked following a complaint by a cleric. Even after the administration was told that...
In Prem Kot, Hafizabad, the graves of two Ahmadi Muslims were desecrated with graffiti by two locals. On 22-23 November, the words ‘Kuta Qadiani [derogatory term for Ahmadi Muslim]’ meaning ‘Qadiani dog’ were graffitied on the back of the headstones. Source: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK
The murderer of Ahmadi Muslim Mr. Humayun Waqar, killed in 2007, has been acquitted in Sheikhupura after being arrested in October after threatening two Ahmadi Muslims and demanding extortion money. On the condition he would refrain from acting against Ahmadi Muslims, he was released. However, on 18 November, he opened fire on the house of...
In Mithi, District Tharparkar, in September, Mr Muhammad Ashraf, an Ahmadi Muslim, opened a retail store. When locals became aware he was an Ahmadi Muslim, nearby residents told people not to purchase anything from his store. A cleric was sent to the owner of the store and demanded he vacate it or he would inform...
On 7 October, following Friday prayers, a speech against Ahmadi Muslims was made at Jamia Masjid Muhammadiya in Rabwah to a crowd of 200 clerics and students. The audience were told to refuse treatment at the Ahmadi Muslim hospital and to boycott Ahmadi Muslims. The police were summoned and informed of the incident. Source: Ahmadiyya...
In Okara, complaints were made to the police about the local Ahmadi Muslim mosque having minarets and ordered their demolition. On 14 October, the police summoned a delegation of Ahmadi Muslims to express their position; they refused to take any action on the minarets themselves so the police ordered them to raise the outer walls...
In District Jhang, Punjab, at Sajid Public School, an Ahmadi Muslim student was told by her teacher not to write the epithet that follows the name of the Holy Prophet – peace be upon him or sallalaho eleihe wasallam in Arabic – in case she wrote it incorrectly. Locals were keen to make an issue...
The Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya (JA) on Saturday claimed that a police team had razed minarets atop an Ahmadi worship place in Gujranwala. The incident transpired between the night of December 7 and 8, according to the JA. Opponents of the community, the minority said, had approached police in connection with the structures six months earlier. The community...
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