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  • Sikh temple reopens for worship after 70 years in Peshawar

    PESHAWAR: Almost three hundred years old Sikh temple located in Jogiwara Street of Hashtnagri, an ancient residential area of Peshawar city, was reopened for worship on Wednesday...

    The ceremony was also addressed by Adviser to Chief Minister on Minorities Sardar Suran Singh and leaders of Sikh community Sahib Singh and Bishan Singh...

  • 37 accused in attack on Ahmadi place of worship granted bail

    CHAKWAL: Reconciliatory efforts between Sunnis Muslims and Ahmadis in Dulmial village are unlikely to succeed after 37 men arrested for attacking an Ahmadi place of worship last year were granted bail on May 6...

    On Dec 12 2016, some participants of a 12 Rabiul Awal procession attacked an Ahmadi place of worship, during which a Muslim youth was killed and three others sustained bullet injuries...

  • Mob 'besieging' Ahmadi place of worship in Chakwal dispersed by police

    A charged mob of around 1,000 people which reportedly besieged an Ahmadi place of worship in Chakwal was dispersed by police on Monday, officials said...

    The place of worship located in the limits of the Chowas Saidan Shah police station area in Chakwal's Dhalmial district was 'attacked' by nearly 1,000 people, according to the Jamaat-i-Ahmaddiya Pakistan Spokesperson Saleem-ud-Din...

  • Ahmadi place of worship may see court case following mob attack

    CHAKWAL: Built in 1860, a historic mosque in Dulmial village was rechristened a ‘place of worship’ in 1974, when Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s government declared Ahmadis to be non-Muslim...

    The place of worship has been sealed by judicial magistrate Chaudhry Zaffar Iqbal, based on an application by Mohammad Nawaz, the station house officer of the Choa Saidan Shah police station...

  • Local authorities demolish Ahmadis' 'historical' building, mob vandalises place of worship

    Jamaat-i-Ahmadiyya spokesperson Salim Uddin, in a press release on Thursday, condemned the demolition of the community's place of worship as well as a historically significant building belonging to Jamaat-i-Ahmadiyya by "miscreants along with governmental administration" in Sialkot...

    "In the meantime, more than 600 miscreants chanting slogans joined in and started demolishing an Ahmadi worship place near the building," read the press...

  • Ahmadi place of worship damaged, set on fire following spat between two youth groups in Faisalabad

    Thirty-one people were injured and an Ahmadi place of worship was damaged and set on fire following a verbal spat between two groups of youth in Faisalabad's Ghaseet Pura RB-69 area on Thursday evening, area police said on Friday...

    According to an FIR registered on behalf of the state by the Balochni police station — in the remits of which the incident took place — the dispute took place at 7:30pm between a group of youth belonging...

  • Attack on Ahmadi worship place: Fake social media posts spurred violence in Ghaseetpura

    FAISALABAD: Unbridled unauthenticated fake posts on social media created problems for the police to maintain the law and order in Ghaseetpura in the Balochni police area that witnessed an attack on Ahmadi worship place on Thursday...

    He said in this case of Ahmadi-Muslim communities clash scores of fake posts were shared by some elements to instigate the people against each other which brought a bad name for the image of Pakistan... ...

  • Four held for setting ablaze watchman cabin of Ahmadi worship place

    TAXILA: Police have arrested four people for torching a watchman’s cabin located outside a worship place of Ahmadis in Wah Cantt, it emerged on Saturday...

    According to police, those arrested were teenagers who were returning home after playing in a cricket ground last week when they spotted a watchman’s cabin outside the worship place of the Ahmadi community, near sector 14 in the jurisdiction of Wah Cantonment police station...

  • Three booked in Bahwalpur district over worship place issue

    BAHAWALPUR: Three people were booked over the matter of an Ahmadi worship place issue at Chak 161-Murad, about 20km from Hasilpur...

    The former were booked on charge of putting up resistance to the anti-encroachment operation, led by Assistant Commissioner Chaudhry Muhammad Tayyab, at the worship place while the latter was booked for displaying banners against the Ahmadi community...

  • ‘Protect worship places, property of non-Muslims’

    The dialogue on ‘religious freedom and minority rights’ was organised by South Asia Partnership Pakistan (SAP-Pk) at a local hotel...

    Noted among speakers were chairman of All Pakistan Hindus’ Right Movement Haroon Sarab Diyal, Bishop of Church of Pakistan Arglican Orthodox, Augustin Jacob, Bishan Lal Sunil, Muqsood Salfi, Arif Saeed, Robina Masih, Shahida Shah and Saman Ara of SAP...

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