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  • Remember the Ahmadis of Lahore, remember the forgotten

    Also read: Ahmadis, seared to the wallHer father was among those who were slain – slaughtered along with 87 others for belonging to the wrong faith – in what remains the worst terrorist attack to have taken place in Pakistan’s second largest city...

    Within days ordinary service was resumed and Ahmadis were forced to return to their isolation...

  • Three Ahmadis wounded in ‘targeted attack’

    KARACHI: A man and his two nephews, all belonging to the Ahmadi community, were wounded in a targeted attack in a Gulshan-i-Iqbal locality, police said on Monday...

    Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the Anjuman Ahmadiyya Pakistan said in a statement that the National Action Plan clearly mentioned action against hate literature and speech, but no action had been taken against the elements allegedly spreading negative propaganda against...

  • Leaflets calling for death of Ahmadis found in London mosque

    LONDON: Piles of leaflets calling for the death of Ahmadis have been found at a south London mosque, according to a BBC report...

    The leaflets, written in English by a former leader of the Khatme Nabuwwat, call for ‘capital punishment’ of Ahmadis unless they renounce their faith and convert to mainstream Islam within three days...

  • Dulmial’s Ahmadis reel in aftermath of mob attack

    The Dec 12, 2016 mob attack on an Ahmadi place of worship has disrupted the lives of Ahmadis in Dulmial...

    The consequences of the Dec 12 attack in a village where Sunni Muslims and Ahmadis have lived for a century are still being revealed, two months after the incident...

  • 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...

    According to the press release, 30 to 35 employees of a Tehsil municipal committee in Sialkot escorted by police came to the Hakeem Hasam Uddin building...
  • Ahmadis not to take part in election

    In a press statement, a community spokesman said though the elections would be held under a joint electoral system, there was, however, a separate voters’ list for the Ahmadis...

    “Currently there is one voters list that includes all religious groups, including Muslims, Hindus, Christians, Zoroastrians and Sikhs, whereas in the case of Ahmadis, a separate voters list is being prepared...

  • Punjab Assembly resolution for conditional inclusion of Ahmadis in minorities commission

    LAHORE: Lauding the federal cabinet for not including Ahmadis in the Minorities Commission, the Punjab Assembly demanded through a resolution on Tuesday that the minority should be included into the body only after their top leader submits in writing that the community accepts the Constitution of Pakistan and their status as non-Muslims...

    This august House appreciates the federal cabinet for not including Qadianis in the Minorities...

  • Pakistan go top of T20 rankings, but NZ may regain status by year end

    KARACHI: Despite not playing their traditional rivals in a bilateral series for the past few years, India indirectly helped Pakistan regain No...

    Pakistan moved to the top ranking briefly when India won the first game against the Black Caps in Delhi on Nov 1 but Kane Williamson’s side regained their top status in the rankings by seizing the second match in Rajkot three days later and needed to win the decider to keep Pakistan in...

  • US bill seeks to revoke Pakistan’s major ally status

    WASHINGTON: Two US lawmakers have introduced a bipartisan bill in Congress, seeking to revoke Pakistan’s status as a major non-Nato ally (MNNA)...

    The movers also argue that since Pakistan has failed to effectively fight terrorism, it no longer deserves US economic and military assistance...

  • EU asked to continue Pakistan’s GSP+ status

    ISLAMABAD: The National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) has asked the European Union (EU) to continue the GSP+ status for Pakistan after first review in January next year as the scheme has been significantly contributing to the revival of country’s economy as well as serving as an international instrument for improvement in human rights situation in the country...

    Compliance to 27 UN conventions are attached to GSP+ conditionality...

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