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Geneva, New York, London etc.; July 2021:
In the last few weeks, anti-Ahmadi developments in Pakistan compelled the International Community to take notice of the violations of basic human rights and freedom of religion there.
United Nation Human Rights Council took note of the proceedings of the Side Event at the occasion of its 47th annual session. It issued a statement of the three UN Rapporteurs at the occasion.

Mr. Imran Khan, his Rule and the Ahmadiyya Jamaat in Pakistan

PAKISTAN TEHRIK INSAF (PTI) led by the assumed liberal Mr. Imran Khan came to power on 17 August 2018 and formed coalition governments in the federation and provinces of Punjab, KP and Baluchistan. During the election campaign, Khan attended an End of Prophethood conference at Golra Sharif and there he declared that he believed in unconditional Khatme Nabuwwat (KN) and considered anyone claiming prophethood after the Holy Prophet (PBUH) to be a liar. Here was yet another politician ready and willing to use religious crutches for political support.

A Special Report – lll-advised Misrule of the Pakistan Punjab in Ahmadiyya Context by Ahmadiyya Muslim Foreign Missions Office

This report is prompted by Punjab authorities’ recent desecration of Ahmadiyya places of worship and defiling of Ahmadis’ graves thus causing intense hurt to not only local Ahmadis but to all Ahmadis in Pakistan and indeed the world over.
We write this not only to inform the government of our views as a targeted community but also to inform those decent people who are concerned with human rights and freedom of faith anywhere.

We have produced this paper primarily not to incriminate anyone, but as a service to inform those in power and those concerned with human rights of the situation on the ground, as this information is the base for these people, on which they can build and raise good governance, or help to do so. We are well-wishers of the Punjab, and of those who contribute to an improved life and society where fundamental rights and freedoms flourish. Punjab is the largest and strongest province of Pakistan, a better Punjab means a better & thriving Pakistan and we
dearly aim to achieve that.

Issues faced by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community on the Festival of Eid-ul-Adha 2021

The painful discrimination against Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan continues to rise. In keeping with Pakistan’s history of state-backed violations of Ahmadi Muslims’ religious and civic rights, fanatics have yet again threatened violence against any Ahmadi Muslim who partakes in the act of animal sacrifice on Eid ul Adha. Last year, the Lahore Bar Association demanded the federal interior ministry restrain Ahmadis from adopting this Islamic rite. The Police also registered a case against three Ahmadi men in Toba Tek Singh. In places, they were only allowed to sacrifice inside their houses and even advised not to practice this ritual at all. The community was instructed to be more cautious.