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Persecution In Pakistan

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The Ahmedis of Pakistan

While the mind remains boggled with religious onslaughts and vigilante mob tyranny, it gets even harder to understand what drove our society to excommunicate an entire community The seeds of….Read more

Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan still waiting for the annulment of the 2nd amendment

Examiner.com Forty years ago in the month of September the government of a country played God and snatched away the rights of a group of citizens with the stroke of….Read more

“There is no scope for a counter response from Ahmadis”

TheNewsOnSunday On September 7, 1974, exactly 40 years ago, the Second Amendment to the Constitution that declared Ahmadis as non-Muslims was passed. It was a kind of culmination of their….Read more

Ahmedis burned to death

Just when we thought we had seen every kind of apathy and savagery in Pakistan, we reach new lows and demonstrate, once again, just how inhumane we can be. A….Read more

PPP’s human rights cell condemns attack on Ahmedis

The PPP’s human rights cell has strongly condemned the mob attack on an Ahmedi’s home, killing innocent women and children in Gujranwala and called upon the government to make special….Read more

Persecution In Other Countries

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Breach of Faith Persecution of the Ahmadiyya Community in Bangladesh

NOTE: This report is published long ago but can’t publish on time. Now it is being published here for information. An unprecedented climate of fear now pervades Bangladesh’s minority Ahmadiyya….Read more

Pakistan Elections and Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Chali Hai Rasm (Program 3)

Pakistan Elections and Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Chali Hai Rasm (Program 3) from Ahmadiyya Muslim Community on Vimeo.

Mob ransacks Ahmadiyah village

The Muslim Times According to the spokesman, 29 buildings were damaged in the attack, including a mosque, a mushola (small mosque) and an elementary school. The Jakarta Post: ….. Unknown….Read more

E-Newsletter February 2012

February 2013

Bangladesh mob torches Ahmadi festival site

DHAKA: Bangladeshi Ahmadis on Thursday shifted the site for their centenary celebrations after thousands of religious rivals torched the original venue. A mob, which witnesses said numbered around 20,000, attacked….Read more