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Home Critical Analysis/Archives Report on the Situation of Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan
Report on the Situation of Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan


Reports of Human Rights Agencies
Part A
Part B
Part C
Part D
Part E
Part F
Part G
Part H
Resolution of U.N. Sub-Commission
Press Reports
A. Pakistani Press Reports
B. Press Reports from outside of Pakistan
Attitude of Government Officials
Government Deception
Violent Incidents
A. Incident at Chak Sikandar (HRCP report)
B. Incident at Nankana Sahib (HRCP report)
Annexure "A"
Annexure "B"
Annexure "C"
Annexure "D"
Annexure "E"
Report on Anti-Ahmadi riots at Nankana Sahib
Annexure - Damages
C. Attitude of the Government Of Punjab
D. Resolutions of Bar Associations
Censorship of Ahmadi Publications
Wedding Card Case
List of persons charged under 295C PPC
Majlis Tahafaz-e-Khatam-e-Nabuwwat
Discriminatory Laws
A. Text of Constitutional Amendment
B. Text of Martial Law Ordinance XX
C. Text of Section 295C
D. Text of order Banning Centenary Celebrations
E. Supreme Court Judgment:
Comments of Justice Shafiur Rahman
Comments of Justice Shafiur Rahman and Minority Judgment
Comments of Justice Abdul Qadeer Chaudhry
Comments of Justice Abdul Qadeer Chaudhry (continued)
Comments of Justice Saleem Akhtar and Majority Judgment
F. Comments on Supreme Court Judgment
G. Comments of M M Clarke
U.N. Declaration of Human Rights
U.N. Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief
1993 U.N. General Assembly Resolution on the Elimination of All Forms of Religious Intolerance
Religious persecution in Pakistan continues. Blasphemy Laws in Pakistan are being used against religious minorities specially Ahmadis to harass them. Millions of religious minority people are living there with a constant fear to be falsly implicated in any such case on the basis of personal enimity.

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