Ahmadi man shot dead in Kharian

An elderly Ahmadi man was shot and killed at his home Sunday morning in an alleged armed robbery. According to reports, the incident took place at the residence of Malik Sadiq in Main Market, Chandni Chowk. Sadiq was shot dead as he tried to resist the robbers’ demands. A Police party led by DSP Kharian Asad Ishaq and SHO Mujahid Abbas reached the place of the incident, however by that time, the suspects had managed to escape.

Hindus beaten up in Sukkur for Drinking Water

Locals savagely beat up a group of Hindus they tried to collect drinking water. Six people including 3 women were severely injured after men from the Soomro clan used batons and sticks to beat up the lower caste Hindus for using the water pump to collect drinking water. The incident took place in Mubarakpur, Sukkur on April 25th. A case has been registered against the culprits by the local Police.

Pakistani man arrested for wanting to visit Israel

David Ariel (formerly Khalil-ur-Rehman), a Pakistani citizen who wanted to visit Israel on his Pakistani passport was arrested by security forces on Friday. For the past month, Ariel had been camping in the Pakistani capital Islamabad, in front of the National Press Club. With a Star of David affixed to his camp Ariel had been demanding that the Government of Pakistan allow him to visit Israel on his Pakistani passport. Under Pakistani law, Pakistani passports are not valid for travel …

Pakistan using ISI system to track coronavirus cases

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday revealed that the country was using an ISI system to trace and track patients of coronavirus. PM Khan made the revelation on live TV during the Ehsaas Telethon, He said: “It was originally meant to trace terrorists but we’re using it to tackle corona” Khan added that “tracking and testing is the only way to reopen businesses”. Funds collected during the live telethon will be used to combat the coronavirus pandemic across the country. …

Deputy Commissioner Chiniot visits wheat procurement center

Deputy Commissioner Chiniot Mohammad Riaz on Monday paid a visit to Wheat Purchase and Ehsaas Scheme Centers. During the visit DC Riaz was accompanied by District Police Officer Syed Hassanin Haider, who also reviewed the arrangements at the wheat procurement centers. Assistant Commissioner Chinot, Aisha Yasin and District Food Controller Tanveer Ahmed were also present. D.C. Riaz directed local officers to ensure availability of all possible facilities to the farmers at the wheat procurement centers. He also stressed that all …

Doctor Naqi Uddin dies after contracting COVID-19

A doctor who dedicated his life to saving others has died after contracting coronavirus. Dr. Naqi Uddin, 72 died on Saturday at PIMS Hospital in Islamabad, where he was being treated for the novel coronavirus. Deputy Commissioner Islamabad, Muhammad Hamza Shafqaat offered “Heartfelt condolences for the family” and said: One 72 years doctor just lost the battle against Covid in Islamabad. This is our second casualty. Heartfelt condolences for the family. We are arranging for the final rituals as per …

Ahmadis condemn terror attack on Sikh Gurudwara in Afghanistan

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of India has condemned the terror attack on Sikh Gurdawara in Kabul. In a statement the community said it stands with the Sikh community in this hour of distress. Expressing solidarity with Sikhs, Ahmadi community spokesperson Tariq Ahmad said: “The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at India strongly condemns the terror attack that happened few days back on the Gurudwara at Kabul. Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at India expresses dismay at the incident and express solidarity with the Sikh community in this …

Ahmadis condemn violence against Nankana Sahib Gurdawara

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community India on Tuesday condemned the recent mob attack on Nankana Sahib Gurdawara, calling it “completely Un-Islamic”. In a statement the Ahmadiyya Community said that: The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community India expresses its deep grief and stands in unity with Sikh brethren. Violence towards Gurdwara Nakana Sahib is Unjust. Islam has always instructed to respect the religious beliefs and sentiments of other faiths. Trying to damage any religious place in such a way is tantamount to destroying the …

Sikh man killed in a targeted attack in Peshawar

A Sikh man was killed late Saturday night in a targeted attack in the Pakistani city of Peshawar. 25-year-old Ravinder Singh of Chakesar had gone wedding shopping in Peshawar when he was targeted by unknown assailants. According to Police, After shooting Singh, the killer made a phone call to his family, notifying them of the attack and his death. Ravinder Singh was the brother of prominent journalist and news presenter Harmeet Singh, who in 2018 became Pakistan’s first news anchor …

UAE Embassy praises Ahmadis for New Year cleanup

The UAE Embassy UK has praised Ahmadi volunteers for cleaning up British streets after New Year’s Eve celebrations. More than 1,000 young Ahmadi Muslims across Britain took part in the annual new year day clean up, which was organized by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association. Tagging the twitter account of Ahmadiyya Community, the UAE Embassy UK said: Great example of community spirit here @alislam Great example of community spirit here @alislam https://t.co/2k6shQnzPO — UAE Embassy UK (@UAEEmbassyUK) January 1, 2020 …

Ahmadis call out BJP MP Rakesh Sinha for his ‘enemies of India’ comment

India’s Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has condemned the remarks made by BJP MP Rakesh Sinha after he accused them of being “enemies of India”. During a political debate on India TV which aired on December 22nd, member of Rajya Sabha, Rakesh Sinha said that: “Ahmadis have deep links with terrorism against India, they are enemies of India and there is no way we can give space to Ahmadis in India” The Ahmadiyya Community in India condemned the remarks in “strongest terms”, …

Former PAF Chief Zafar Chaudhry passes away

Air Marshal Zafar Ahmed Chaudhry who was Pakistan’s 8th Air Chief, has died at age 93. Pakistan Air Force’s current Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan expressed profound grief over his demise. Chaudhry was commissioned in the Royal Indian Air Force on 9th April 1945 and served as pilot officer in the No. 7 Squadron of the RAF. In 1971, Chaudhry was appointed as Managing Director of the Pakistan International Airlines where he remained until 1972. On 3 April 1972, he …