The persecution of Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan continues to intensify. Since January 2021, police authorities in Pakistan have been targeting mosques belonging to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
LOCAL POLICE DISGUISED AS CIVILIANS DESECRATE ANOTHER AHMADIYYA MOSQUE IN FAISALABAD, PAKISTAN AS PART OF CONTINUED STATE-SPONSORED PERSECUTION OF AHMADIS
LOCAL POLICE DISGUISED AS CIVILIANS DESECRATE
ANOTHER AHMADIYYA MOSQUE IN FAISALABAD,
PAKISTAN AS PART OF CONTINUED STATE-SPONSORED
PERSECUTION OF AHMADIS
5. There are approximately 1,000 Ahmadi refugees in Thailand. Many of these individuals face harrowing circumstances in their home country (Pakistan) simply for claiming their religious identity, exercising or manifesting their faith. This includes serious threats to life, liberty and physical integrity, leading them no choice but to flee their homes, towns, or countries, with or without their families, to countries where they think they could seek protection
EU Parliament adopts resolution calling for review of Pakistan’s GSP+ status over blasphemy law abuse
On April 30th, the European Parliament has adopted a resolution calling for a review of the GSP+ status granted to Pakistan in view of an “alarming” increase in the use of blasphemy accusations in the country as well as rising number of online and offline attacks on journalists and civil society organisations, it emerged on Friday.
We have been informed that on April 29th the blasphemy law in Pakistan will be discussed in the European Parliament as a plenary debate – in particular the case of Ms. Shagufta Kausar and Shafqat Emanuell.