Ahmadiyya: Anschlag auf Krankenhaus


Die Momentane Situation in Pakistan sieht wie folgt aus:

Nun sind weitere Leute im "Jinah Krankenhaus" im Lahore, in dem die Ahmadies verletzte und der eine Attentäter eingeleifert und behandelt werden eingetroffen und es kommt gerade zu einer Schießerei.

Momentan wurden 8 Menschen getötet.

Die Polizei ist nicht in der Lage das gesamte Krankenhaus unter Kontrolle zu halten. Es wird überlegt die Armee einzuschalten.

Die Situation spitzt sich zu. Im Krankenhaus befinden sich über 7.000 Patienten.

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Die Zahl der Toten ist auf 12 gestiegen.

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Drei Tage nach dem Vorfall an den Ahmadiyya-Moscheen in Lahore wurde ein weiterer Ahmadi, welcher in seiner Terasse seinem Schlaf nachging, morgens gegen 3-4 Uhr durch einem Messerangriff getötet. Sein Sohn kam ihn zur Hilfe und wurde ebenfalls von den Angreifer angegriffen und erlitt schwere Verletzungen.

Der Angreifer konnte festgenommen werden und bestätigte, dass der Ortsansässige Imam die Anschläge auf den Ahmadiyya Moschee tolerierte und den Menschen bestätigte, dass die Ahmadiyyas "Wajebul Qatl" sind und somit getötet werden müssen und jeder, der dieser Lehre folgt einen Platz im Paradies erhalten werde.
Folgende Pressemitteilung der Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat wurden in Pakistan von keinem der Anwesenden Medien gezeigt, obwohl diese Medien auf diese bestanden.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-LMEwIDCmY
Den neusten Stand zu Folge sind die Attentäter vom Krankenhaus entflohen, jedoch weiss keiner, ob dies der Wahrheit entspricht, da nach Augenzeugen zu Folge diese sich als Polizisten verkleidet hatten.

Es wird vermutet, dass diese den überlebenden Attentäteter vom 28. Mai 2010, der im "Jinah Krankenhaus" zusammen mit den Ahmadie-Verletzten in Behandlung ist, töten und somit zum Schweigen bringen wollten.

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12 killed in terrorist attack on Lahore hospital

At least 12 people were feared killed when terrorists struck at Lahore's Jinnah Hospital around midnight on Monday. Many of those injured in Friday's attack on Ahmadis and one of the terrorists nabbed alive in that terror strike are undergoing treatment in the hospital.

Four policemen were among those killed as the terrorists and security personnel exchanged fire. The terrorists apparently came into the hospital in a government vehicle and opened fire at the Emergency Ward around 11.45 p.m. As the firing continued, police decided to switch off the lights in the hospital and the adjoining residential areas amid reports of the terrorists taking patients hostage.

(The Hindu-News)
Narowal, Punjab; Pakistan: May 31, 2010: An Ahmadi Mr Naimatullah was stabbed to death and his son Mansoor Ahmed seriously injured when one activist Abid Butt climbed the wall of their house with a dagger and attacked them. The attacker escaped, the Police said. Residents say that the assailant threatened to not leave any Ahmadi alive.
PRESS 31. Mai 2010
Murder of another innocent Ahmadi in Pakistan

Murder inspired by Lahore attacks

It is with gre*t regret and sadness that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat confirms that following the Lahore attacks on Friday, another Ahmadi, Mr Nehmatullah of District Narawal, Pakistan was today martyred due to his faith. It appears that this pre-meditated murder was directly inspired by the Lahore attacks.

Full details have not yet been received. However what is known is that the deceased was attacked whilst sleeping during the night with his wife next to him. He was attacked with a knife and died soon after.

One of the sons of Mr Nehmatullah recognised the assailant as he tried to flee and thus the assailant also attacked him with a knife. The son of Mr Nehmatullah survived and has been moved to a hospital where he is being treated. The extent of his injuries is not yet known.

The village in which the deceased lived is populated with three Ahmadi families. After hearing recently in a Friday sermon that Ahmadis were ‘Wajibul Qatl’ the assailant was allegedly openly preaching that he would murder Ahmadis. The term ‘Wajibul Qatl’ is being used increasingly in Pakistan in regard to Ahmadis and translates as deserving to be killed.

Following the Lahore attacks on Friday the assailant also allegedly said openly that he would personally make sure that no Ahmadi was left alive in his village.

The deceased is survived by his wife, three sons and three daughters.

This incident shows again that Ahmadis are facing a time of gre*t uncertainty and danger in Pakistan. The International Comnunity and Media are all urged to take action to helb safeguard and protect the lives of Ahmadi Muslims.
LONDON, 30 April 2010
PRESS RELEASE
Anti-Ahmadiyya Conferences on the increase in Pakistan
It is with gre*t regret and concern that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat notes the increased number of hate filled conferences being held throughout Pakistan by various extreme organisations who claim to be acting in accordance with the teachings of Islam. These conferences are being held solely for the purpose of igniting and spreading anti-Ahmadiyya sentiment far and wide.
One recent example was the Khatme Nabuwwat Conference held in Rabwah (Ahmadiyya Headquarters in Pakistan) on 28 February 2010. This two day conference was widely publicised in the Pakistani Press.
The Daily Ausaf of 1 March 2010 reported that throughout the conference all the speakers utilised the platform to abuse the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and to incite the mass population into targeting Ahmadis. It is of the utmost concern that at such conferences and rallies Ahmadis are being declared ‘Wajibul Qatl’ which translates as ‘Liable to Death’. Thus those attending the rallies, many of whom are uneducated and living impoverished lives, are being coerced into killing or violently attacking Ahmadis with the promise that they will be rewarded by God for their evil acts.
The hate filled organisations are continually producing literature to complement the vitriolic tone of their conferences. The literature is spread far and wide and even though it clearly transcends all levels of decency the authors are not subjected to any sanction whatsoever. One example is the recently published ‘World Tahaffuz-e-Khatme Nabuwwat Council Calendar 2010’ which states that the spam ‘cure for Qadianis’ is a violent Jihad. Furthermore it asserts that Ahmadis have no right to live in Pakistan and that the ‘streets should be cleansed of Ahmadis’. The rhetoric is particularly concerning given that the recent history of Pakistan shows that ordinary Pakistanis are being influenced to such an extent that they act upon these orders. Earlier this month three Ahmadis were brutally killed in Faisalabad which has become a centre for anti-Ahmadiyya violence.
Due to the imposition of anti-Ahmadiyya laws in 1974 and 1984 the targeting of Ahmadi Muslims has gained a form of legitimacy which is being continually taken advantage of by extremist factions. This despite the fact that Article 20 of Pakistan’s Constitution guarantees each citizen’s freedom to ‘profess religion and to manage religious institutions’. Article 33 of the same doc*ment furnishes the State with a responsibility to ‘discourage parochial, racial, tribal, sectarian and provincial prejudices among the citisens.’ Further, Article 36 furnishes the State with the responsibility to ‘safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of minorities.’
It is high time that the State took responsibility for safeguarding the rights of Ahmadis and indeed all other minority groups within Pakistan in line with the responsibilities imposed by the nation’s own Constitution. This can spam be done when it is made clear to extremist factions that their hate filled, barbaric activities will no longer be tolerated.
End of Release
Also ich mag mich irren, aber ich sehe keinen auch nur annähernd direkten Zusammenhang zwischen dem von s44d Geposteten und dem Link zum youtube-Video von dir, true-lies.

Sollte doch einer bestehen, wäre ich dankbar für Aufklärung.
Falls nicht, wird der Beitrag gelöscht.

Lieber s44d: Keiner kann besser nachvollziehen, was momentan in dir und deinen Brüdern vorgehen muss, wenn ihr solche Nachrichten mitbekommt, als die Bahá'ís.
Mein herzlichstes Beileid den Angehörigen der Opfer, meine Gebete sind mit euch und euren Brüdern.

Herzlichst,
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