Monday, December 19, 2016

UK: Ahmadi muslims call for an end to persecution | Video


Government of Pakistan pays no attention to this brutal behaviour but rather plays an active role in supporting the perpetrators.

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | US Desk
Source/Credit: London Live
By Alison Earle | December 17, 2016

Ahmaddiyya muslims say they fear for their safety in the UK following a wave of attacks in Pakistan.

They held a special Friday prayers at Morden Mosque to show solidarity with the victims and to raise awareness of their campaign to end the persecution.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association UK is calling on the British government to condemn the violence overseas and prevent it from spreading here.
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Background, (AT/TOA) - Pakistani Government deems Ahmadi Muslims as the least deserving minority in terms of equal opportunity and civil rights. They are constantly subject to religious persecution and discrimination by extremists in Pakistan. There are many incidents where Ahmadi Muslims have been martyred by the extremists or falsely imprisoned; often sentenced. In several instances, police have been complicit in harassment and in framing false charges against Ahmadis, or have stood by in the face of anti-Ahmadi violence. Thus Government of Pakistan pays no attention to this brutal behaviour but rather plays an active role in supporting the perpetrators.



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