Statements From Notable Public Officials

Peaceful Greetings--

 

The American Islamic Fellowship sends its prayers and thoughts to the Ahmadyyia Muslim Community regarding the recent attacks in Pakistan.


You have our support as members of both the Islamic and local community. AIF condemns any act of intimidation, is dedicated to freedom of religion and expression and believes any act of violence upon another is completely abhorrent and incomprehensible.


AIF is dedicated to providing an open spiritual community based on a vision that includes critical thinking, scholarly study, spiritual awareness, community action and educational outreach, including information about the Ahmadyyia Musim Community and its contributions to Islam's rich heritage.


If AIF can be of any help to your community, please feel free to contact us at any time.


Much peace and love,


Board of Directors

American Islamic Fellowship

A serial attack incident occurred on the afternoon of May 28 (Fri) when worship places in Model Town area , and Garhi Shahu area of Lahore,Punjab Province in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (approximately 450 km to the southeast of Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan), were attacked at approximately the same time, and a large number of people were killed or injured in its incident . The Government of Japan expresses its shock and anger towards this incident. Japan also hopes that the souls of the departed rest peacefully, expresses its condolences to the bereaved families, and offers its sympathy to those who were injured.

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"[W]e extend our condolences to the families of those killed in the violent attack on mosques in Lahore during Friday prayers today and condemn this brutal violence against innocent people. We also condemn the targeting and violence against any religious group, in this case, the Ahmadi community. As our Ambassador in Pakistan Anne Patterson said, cowardly assaults on people at prayer are attacks against people of all faiths. Pakistan has witnessed an increase in provocative statements that promote intolerance and are an incitement to extremist violence. Attacks by extremists on religious minorities in Pakistan undermine the building of a tolerant democratic society."

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Amnesty International strongly condemns the twin attacks on two Ahmadi places of worship in Lahore today and calls for increased and meaningful protection for the country’s religious minorities.

The organization also calls on the Pakistan government to carry out a thorough independent and impartial investigation into the brutal attacks on the two places of worship in Garhi Shahu and Model Town in Lahore in which at least 70 people were reportedly killed and 78 injured.

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