The Coordination des Associations et des Particulier pour la Liberté de Conscience joins The International Human Rights Committee to call Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany to stop the deportation of an Ahmadi Muslim from Germany.

The International Human Rights Committee (IHRC) has just received information about an immediate deportation of yet another Ahmadi Muslim living in Germany: Mr. Ali Ahmad Mubashar (resident of Germany). He had been arrested by authorities on the evening of 07 March 2022.

He is in an immediate risk to be deported tomorrow morning dated 08 March 2022, since a deportation flight to Pakistan is planned.

The asylum case of Mr. Mubashar was rejected twice. His lawyer is Norbert Wagener. According to the information we received so far, his petition request also got rejected due to alleged attempted fraud.

Details are as follows:

Name: Ali Ahmad Mubashar

Date of Birth: 01.01.1987 in Rabwah, Pakistan

Residence: In Germany since 2013

2nd Appeal in Germany also got rejected

Returning a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to a country where his life and safety are at serious risk would be a clear breach of Germany’s obligations under international human rights law and the Convention against Torture (CAT). This includes a prohibition on sending anyone to a place where they would be at risk of such abuse. The principle of non- refoulement applies to everyone including persons who are excluded from refugee protection. We urge that the German authorities to take immediate and swift action and ensure the safety of these individuals by not deporting them back to Pakistan where they will most certainly face grave and life-threatening danger. The German authorities should grant them protection and stop deportation immediately.

IHRC is requesting all relevant stakeholders to kindly initiate efforts in order to help Mr. Mubashar so his deportation may be stopped. Under such circumstances deportations by Germany are immensely concerning and we request Germany to immediately halt the deportation of these individuals.


His Excellency Olaf Scholz (Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany) Annalena Baerbock (Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs of Germany) Nancy Faeser (Interior Minister of Germany)

Michelle Bachelet (United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights) Ahmad Shaheed (UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief)

More information :

Freedom of Religion or Belief Roundtable Brussels – EU : All deportations of the Ahmadis from Germany should be stopped

Home Office Country Policy and Information Note Pakistan Ahmadis

ICJ Violations of the Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief in Pakistan

UN three SRs joint statement issued on Ahmadiyya Persecution worldwide issued on 13 July 2021

USCIRF 2021 Ahmadiyya Persecution Factsheet

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