Angry Pakistanis Torch Minority Ahmadi’s Mosque

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The White in the Pakistan flag is supposed to represent the rights of the minorities but lately it has been tarnished by violence against the minority religions and minority sects in Islam.  The Muslim Times has the best collection to overcome sectarian divide among the Muslims and to promote interfaith tolerance

Angry Pakistanis torch minority Ahmadi’s place of worship

Source: The Washington Post and the Associated Press

LAHORE, Pakistan — A spokesman for Pakistan’s minority Ahmadi sect says a mob of Sunni Muslims have torched the group’s place of worship.

Thursday’s assault in a village near the eastern city of Faisalabad in Punjab province is the latest sectarian attack on the Ahmadis in Pakistan.

Saleem-ud-Din says six people from the Ahmadi sect were injured in the attack. Authorities say the situation is under control on Friday and that police are investigating.

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2 replies

  1. What do you think Zia and Rafiq:

    If it is getting worse, I suggest Ahmadiyyah in Pakistan seek asylum in The West, Christian countries.

    I believe all Ahmadiyyah Muslim live in fear there. It is not good at all. Ahmadiyyah HQ should take respondibility for its members who live in fear.

    Allah will not change the condition of people unless they want to change it.

    All love ❤️

    • this is an ongoing process as you know many have left. it is a great loss to Pakistan, but they seem not to have noticed. They also did not notice why they are left behind all neighbouring countries …

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