Statements From Notable Public Officials

The UK-based National Union of Pakistan Students and Alumni (NUPSA) has strongly condemned the Lahore attacks on the Ahmadiyya community and in the  Jinnah Hospital and this is another reminder to all of the grave dangers of extremism and religious bigotry that Pakistan is currently facing. In a statement, NUPSA spokesman Ayyaz Mallick said the organisation is committed in bringing together students and alumni from diverse religious and ethnic backgrounds in Pakistan and creating an atmosphere of mutual understanding and tolerance amongst the coming generations of Pakistanis.

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Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty released the following statement regarding the recent terror attacks in Lahore , Pakistan :

“Like all Ontarians, I was saddened to learn of the recent terror attacks in Lahore , Pakistan .

On behalf of all Ontarians, our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims, their loved ones and all those still concerned about the safety of friends and relatives.

When I led Ontario ’s trade mission to Pakistan in 2007, I remember the warmth, friendliness and hospitality of the people we met.

At times like this, we are all reminded of the strong links between Ontario and Pakistan . We feel the pain of this attack intimately, because we have a large Ahmadiyya community, made up of compassionate people who are raising families, supporting worthy causes and helping to build a stronger province.”

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Ottawa – May 29, 2010 Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney today
issued the following statement.
The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration, and
Multiculturalism issued the following statement offering condolences to Canada’s
Ahmadiyya community.
“I offer my deepest condolences to the members of the Jamaat Ahmadiyya of Canada
who lost their loved ones yesterday in the terrible attacks on Ahmadiyya mosques in
Lahore, Pakistan.

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