Junaid Jumshaid has forgiven the people who attacked him on airport

Junaid Jumshaid has forgiven all the people who attacked on him as he reached on the Benazir International airport a few days ago. In his messege on twitter Junaid said that he forgives all the people who attacked on him as they were all Muslims.

Jamshed took to Twitter on Saturday to announce his resolution to forgive the attackers, who assaulted him after claiming he had committed blasphemy.

Police had recognized three men in linking with the attack, and one of them was arrested on Wednesday.

In a separate tweet, Jamshed called for treating each other with mutual respect “irrespective of our ideologies” and “make Pakistan a safe haven for everyone”.

Junaid was hit by a group of religious group who were furious as they said claimed that Junaid disrespected Hazart Aysha the holy wife of Prophet Muhammad PBUH in a speech. Junaid Jumshaid not only admitted the mistake but also ask all the Muslims to forgive him as he was unaware of the real facts of Islam. However some of the religious groups are not ready to forgive him and even threated him to kill.

Jamshed was attacked at Islamabad airport when he arrived there on a flight from Karachi on March 26, Dawn newspaper reported

Greece has deported 45 more Pakistanis to Turkey

Greece has deported 45 more Pakistanis to Turkey

Greece has deported 45 more Pakistanis to Turkey

Greece

Europe has started to implement on the plan which was agreed by the Turkey and European Union in order to stop the illegal migrants from Turkey trying to reach Europe.

Yesterday Greece deported about 50 Pakistani migrants trying to reach the Greece shores illegally.

Remember that European union and Turkey reached to an agreement a few weeks ago by which Greece will deport all the migrants to the turkey and after that he will take one refugee instead of one deported refugee from Syria.

 

A ship carrying 45 Pakistani refugees returned to Turkey from the Greek island of Lesbos on Friday.

Almost 250 people have been sent back from the Greek islands under the new accord.

All Pakistanis on board were men, a Turkish official said.

A first group of 202 refugees, most from Pakistan and Afghanistan, were deported to Turkey on Monday.

Meanwhile Turkish administration is also planning to send back all the Pakistanis and Afghan refugees back to their lands saying that they can be used for terrorist activities and are threat for Turkish security.

 

Khanewal; Three terrorists killed, one blew himself during an operation

Khanewal; Three terrorists killed, one blew himself during an operation

Khanewal; Three terrorists killed, one blew himself during an operation

Khanewal

Police and security forces have killed at least three terrorists linked to a Jahadi organization after an intelligence information meanwhile one terrorist blew himself after police tried to arrest him.

According to the details the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD and police, in a joint action, killed at least three militants allied to outlawed groups in Jahania, Khanewal district early on Saturday morning. The fourth terrorist exploded his explosive top killing himself on the spot. The police and CTD, on a tip-off, carried out joint action and exchange of fire took place near Lakhi Tibbi Adda.

Sialkot; two brothers has been hanged to death for murdering six people

Sialkot; two brothers has been hanged to death for murdering six people

Sialkot; two brothers has been hanged to death for murdering six people

Sialkot

Government has continues its commitment to hang the criminals who have been sentenced to death by the courts. On Saturday morning police have hanged two brothers who were sentenced to death by the court for murdering the six men from one family over a dispute for land in 2002.

Despite of huge criticism by the human rights organizations over execution of murderers Pakistan has continued to hang the criminals. Pakistan has now become third highest country in terms of death penalties.

Nasir Mehmood and Tahir Iqbal were hanged in a jail in the eastern Pakistani city of Sialkot early Saturday for the 2002 murders, senior prison official Chaudhry Arshad Saeed Arain told.

Hangings were initially reinstated only for those convicted of terrorism, but in March they were extended to all capital offences.

Executions in the Muslim-majority nation have helped fuel an increase worldwide, Amnesty International said in a report this week, with at least 1,634 people put to death globally in 2015, the highest figure recorded since 1989.

“Over the past year, Pakistan has vaulted to the number three spot for recorded state executions in the world — a shameful position no one should aspire to,” Champa Patel, director of Amnesty’s South Asia office, told.

Pakistan executed 326 people last year, Patel said.

All the religiousness should condemned the Murder of Asad Shah

All the religiousness should condemned the Murder of Asad Shah

All the religiousness should condemned the Murder of Asad Shah

Asad Shah

Ahmadiyya Muslim leaders in Glasgow has condemned the murder of Asad Shah the Ahmadi shopkeeper over the allegations of disrespecting Islam and prophet Muhammad PBUH saying ‘we must not let mindset of hate and violence take root’ after murder of shopkeeper, by Tanveer Ahmed

Asad Shah, the 40 years of age the shopkeeper murdered in Glasgow after a message on Post at Facebook wishing the happy Easter to the Christian community.

Glasgow’s Ahmadiyya community have called on all Muslim leaders and imams in Britain to openly condemn Asad Shah’s murderer, who protected the fatal stabbing of the popular Glasgow shopkeeper because he “disrespected” Islam.

Describing the killer’s words as “deeply disturbing”, community leader Ahmed Owusu-Konadu said: “It justifies the killing of anyone – Muslim or non-Muslim – whom an extremist considers to have shown disrespect to Islam.”

Tanveer Ahmed, a 32-year-old from Bradford, released a statement taking responsibility for the killing through his lawyer, John Rafferty, following his second court appearance on Wednesday.

In it he warned: “If I had not done this others would and there would have been more killing and violence in the world.”

Reading the statement on behalf of the Ahmadi community, of which Shah was a well-known member, at the Baitur Rahman mosque in Glasgow, Owusu-Konadu continued: “In some countries Ahmadiyya Muslim members, Christians and people of other faiths are routinely attacked and murdered by extremists for accusations of blasphemy. Such killings are completely against the teachings of Islam.

“We must not let the same mindset of hate and violence take root here in Glasgow and for that matter UK and anywhere in the world.”

“We urge all religious bodies especially all Muslim Leaders and imams to come out in public to condemn this statement made by Tanveer Ahmed, so that all Muslims know this is never accepted in Islam. This will go a long way to help eliminate all extremists.”

 

Tanveer Ahmad from Bradford confesses to kill Ahmadi Asad Shah in Glasgow

Tanveer Ahmad from Bradford confesses to kill Ahmadi Asad Shah in Glasgow

Tanveer Ahmad from Bradford confesses to kill Ahmadi Asad Shah in Glasgow

Asad Shah

Tanveer Ahmad from Bradford has admitted to kill an Ahmadi shopkeeper Asad Shah from Glasgow while he was in his shop after a continues attacks with his knife.32 years old Tanveer Ahmad was alleged to kill  the Ahmadi Shopkeeper for posting a message of happy Easter for Christian community on facebook saying that he disrespected Islam by this message.

Tanveer Ahmed, 32, said in a statement that he killed Asad Shah, 40, suing: “if I had not done this others would”.

40 years of age Mr Shah, was found wounded outside Shah’s Newsagents and Expediency Store in Shawlands, Glasgow, and last month.

Mr Shah had posted a Facebook message earlier that day wishing all Christians a happy Easter. The message said: “Good Friday and a very happy Easter, especially to my beloved Christian nation.”

He was took to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival. Police described the incident as “religiously motivated” after confirming that both men were Muslims.

Ahmed, who has been charged with murder, made no plea when he appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Wednesday for a full committal hearing in private.

However, following the hearing, his lawyer John Rafferty released a lengthy statement in which his client claimed that if he had not murdered Mr Shah “there would have been more killing and violence in the world”. Friends and family carry Asad Shah’s coffin following the shopkeepers funeral service at the Bait-Ur-Rahman Mosque at the Ahmadiyya Muslim centre, in Glasgow.  CREDIT: JOHN LINTON/PA

The statement said: “This all happened for one reason and no other issues and no other intentions.

“Asad Shah disrespected the messenger of Islam the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him. Mr Shah claimed to be a Prophet.

“When 1,400 years ago the Prophet of Islam Muhammad peace be upon him has clearly said that ‘I am the final messenger of Allah there is no more prophets or messengers from God Allah after me.

“‘I am leaving you the final Quran. There is no changes. It is the final book of Allah and this is the final completion of Islam.

“‘There is no more changes to it and no one has the right to claim to be a Prophet or to change the Quran or change Islam.’

“It is mentioned in the Quran that there is no doubt in this book no one has the right to disrespect the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him and no one has the right to disrespect the Prophet of Islam Muhammad Peace be upon him.

“If I had not done this others would and there would have been more killing and violence in the world.”

The statement concluded: “I wish to make it clear that the incident was nothing at all to do with Christianity or any other religious beliefs.

“Even though I am a follower of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, I also love and respect Jesus Christ.”

“Asad Shah disrespected the messenger of Islam the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him. Mr Shah claimed to be a Prophet.

Mr Shah’s death shocked the local community and a silent vigil outside his shop was attended by hundreds of people, including the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. A fundraising page on GoFundMe has raised more than £110,000 for his family.

Mr Shah was described by friends and customers as a “pillar of the community” and a “wonderful man”.

“If I had not done this others would and there would have been more killing and violence in the world.

His widow said at the weekend that he was a “kind man who was always smiling”, adding: “He looked after me and his parents and was loved by many, many people.

“I saw him only a few hours before he died. I keep thinking he is going to walk back through the front door. I am heartbroken.” Mr Shah moved to Scotland from Pakistan in the 1990s with his family.

The final of All Rabwah Block vise football tournament will be played today

All Rabwah block vise football tournament has been won by Rehmat block

All Rabwah football tournament has been won by Dar Ul Rehmat Block as they beat Dar Ul Yaman Block on penalty shoot-out after a nil nil draw at the end of full time.

According to the details Rehmat block who won the Semifinal match against Yaman A on penalty shootout continued their wining stratify and once again took the match on panties after a nil nil draw at the end of full time. Knowing that Yaman is not that skilled team as they are in terms of penalties Rehmat stayed defensive and successfully took the match to the penalties where they easily beat yaman after converting all their penalties into goals. Yaman Sharqi on the other hand dominated the match in the most of the time but could not score a goal and on penalties they failed to convert the penalties in goals. Remember that Yaman beat strong Jamai side to reach in the final of the contest. After the match chief guest distributed the wining trophy and prizes in the winning and losing teams after a short speech.

All the religiousness should condemned the Murder of Asad Shah

“If I had not done this others would”. (Tanveer Ahmad)

If I have not killed him anyone else would do it, this is the statement given by Tanveer Ahmad the murderer of Glasgow Shopkeeper (Asad shah).He further said in his statement that Asad Shah disrespected the messenger of Islam The Prophet Peace Be Upon Him.

While later on Muslim council of Britain (MCB) release a statement in which they quoted “is there too much pressure on Muslims to accept Ahmadi’s as Muslims “?. The MCB clearly said that any attack on Ahmadi’s because of their belief is totally unacceptable and it could not represent them, the MCB believes that all kind of individuals worship places as well should be protected and we condemn all kind of attacks on anyone’s faith, religion or worship places.

The spokesperson of Ahmadiyya community UK (Basharat Nazir)said that there were few positives in the MCB’s statement but at the same time he criticised the timing of Statement as Ahmadiyya person had just been killed for his faith”.He further said, “It would be better for MCB to condemn all forms of extremism and in light of the murder of Mr. Asad Shah and supported our call for the repeal of the anti-Ahmadi laws in Pakistan that has been a cause of killing of Ahmadis in Pakistan.