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A glance at a profound example of state-backed persecution.
Continued from 17 August issue.

On 23 August 2018, an Ahmadi mosque in Ghaseetpura, Faisalabad, was attacked on the basis of a minor personal dispute between two parties by a mob consisting of 300-400 people. A number of attackers were armed.

As the Jalsa Salana UK preparations were at their high-noon, Pakistan was struggling with another general election.

One can hear deafening noise of enforcing Sharia in Pakistan by both the leftists and the rightists to secure their worldly interests. However, practically and in essence, the louder the noise became, the national character severed its relationship more intensely with the Sharia.

Alhamdolillah, a three-day training programme for Waqifeen-e-Nau of tenth-grade students was successfully held from 10 to 12 July 2018.

A separate voter list prepared for the Ahmadis based on religious differences is a worst example of biased discrimination

It is with great sadness that the Jamaat has seen another Ahmadi martyred for his faith. Qazi Shaban Ahmad Khan Sahib from Lahore was murdered by two gunmen at the age of 47. 

Samira Shackle advises not to be “fooled by the elections” that are due to take place this month in Pakistan; she suggests that “the military is still in charge”.

Tariq Ali is undoubtedly a trendsetter in the field of political analysis.

Syedna Masroor All Pakistan Hard Ball Cricket Tournament Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya Pakistan was organized by MKA Muqami Rabwah from 28 April to 1 May at Jalsa Gah Cricket Ground, Rabwah.