An Ahmadi man was shot dead last evening around 8 pm as his car approached his office in Nawabshah, Sindh, Pakistan.
Malik Mabroor Ahmad, a renowned advocate and president of the local Ahmadiyya Muslim Community fell victim to anti-Ahmadiyya hate campaign by the Islamist extremists.
According to the reports an armed man casually walked up to the victim as he was about to exit the car. The killer shouted Khatme-Nubuwwatn slogan and fired pointblank killing Malik Ahmad instantly.
The attacker walked away on foot in front of dozens of eye witnesses and disappeared into the crowed, but was seen rushing away behind the crowed cover, it was later reported.
Malik Ahmad leaves behind three sons, two daughters and a very patient widow who was reportedly seen comforting herself and the children by reciting daroowd shareef, a prayer of salutations to the Holy Founder of Islam, Prophet Mohammad.
The top picture is a poster of the hate-mongering campaign against Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, wherein terrorists are urging each other to kill innocent and peaceful Ahmadi Muslims.
Mansoor Malik, brother of the victim posted a short one-liner message on his Facebook page announcing the death of his brother.
“My brother, Malik Mubroor Ahmed Advocate (Sadar Jamat Ahmedyya Nwabshah City, Sindh, Pakistan) shot dead. Please pray for us,” the post read.
Victim’s sister Fouzia Malik of Canada said in her comment to the initial news at Ahmadiyya Times: “My dearest elder brother, just like a father. He took care of his younger brother and sister after his father’s death.”
Malik Ahmad was on the anti-Ahmadiyya hit list and had received numerous death threats.
Pakistani branch of Majlis Khatm-e Nubawwat (TKN), a worldwide Islamist extremist organization headquartered in Pakistan, has recently called for killing of all Ahmadis ‘openly, on streets, in market, or wherever they are found.”
According to recent reports, TKN-originated anti-Ahmadiyya handbills were faxed to prominent Ahmadis in Nawabshah.
The victim is reported to have memorialized the threats in a letter to his friends and the community.
Victim’s funeral services are scheduled for 8 am Teusday, July 12.
The UK branch of TKN has been investigated by Chanel 4 news and BBC for spearheading anti-Ahmadiyya hate campaign in the UK.
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Editor’s Note: The hate campaign against Ahmadiyya Community is not new and extremists are declaring fatwas against Ahmadis on regular basis. In June it was reported by the Asian Human Right that “Extremists openly plan to kill hundreds of Ahmadis–government turns a blind eye” And as usual the government did not take any necessary steps. In 2008 in a famous TV programme in Pakistan, Ahmadis were declared liable to death and no action was taken against such extreme hate-mongers.http://www.youtube.com/watch? http://www.thepersecution.org/nr/2008/september.html