Ahmadiyya Mosque minarets demolished in Kharian

Ahmadiyya Mosque minarets demolished in Kharian

The religious persecution of Ahmadis continued on July 10 when police authorities, under the supervision of DSP Sultan Meeran, desecrated Bait-ul-Hamd located near Kabari Bazar, Pul Nullah in Kharian, according to the spokesperson of Ahmadiyya Community.

The instructions were allegedly carried out on the application filed by Saqib Shakeel Ghazi, Syed Iftikhar Kazmi and other members of Tehrik-e-Tahaffuz-e-Islam under Section 298 B and C of the 1984 ordinance.

“The police officials accompanied by Town Municipal Administration (TMA) came during the night and asked us to demolish the minarets, whitewash the Kalima and versus written in praise of the Holy Prophet ourselves,” said Saleemuddin, official spokesperson of Ahmadis in Pakistan.

“We build places of worship throughout the globe and do not believe in destruction. We refused to follow the instructions on which the authorities themselves demolished the minarets and painted over the Kalima,” he added.

Saleemuddin went on to say that Bait-ul-Hamd was built in 1980 before the time Ahmadis were declared non-Muslims as per the constitution of Pakistan. He also said that though the entire procedure was conducted ‘amicably’, however, the desecration remains the worst form of violence that they could have faced.

Ahmadis face retaliation from authorities regularly for calling themselves Muslims or posing as one in Pakistan.

In January 2012, Ewan-e-Tauheed, located in Rawalpindi received numerous threats of demolition from religious authorities whereas Bait-ul-zikar in Lahore was demolished on court’s orders.



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10 thoughts on “Ahmadiyya Mosque minarets demolished in Kharian

  1. Allah rehm kary is aisi umat muslamah par.Masjid ko grany sy nimazi k dil se Khuda ka nam nahi mit jata.(انما الا اعمال بن النییات).insha Allah Jamat-e-Ahmadiyyah Ko galib ana ha aur aa kar rhe gi.Khah koi kuch bhi na kary.

  2. Authorities in pakistan are doing the same as Meccan were doing with Holy prophet (pbuh) and his fallowers fourteen hundred years ago.

  3. Yes this is very unislamic act by authorities but jamat e Ahmadiyya never took any action against whatever Bhutto’s Assembly did and Gen Zia’s 1984’s Ordinance, These both things are against basic rights of human, even constitution conflicts with these two laws. Jamat e Ahmadiyya should challenge them in Supreme court..”” Allah ny us koom ke Halat nheen badli jis ko na ho khayal apni halat ka”” on basis of these two laws Jamat lost its strength in pakistan as more than half of population settleded in UK, Germany, Canada.. so struggle for right shouldnt be ended.

    1. Asnwer to you question why they have not gone to supreme court ?
      Pakistan government or anyone else not going to do anything else so it’s pointless just wasting time for going court and they will give further further dates for many years which will waste time and money