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Ahmadi Muslims Not Allowed to do Business in Muslim Areas, Pakistan


Lahore: A man was forced to abandon his woodworking business and flee Gujranwala with his family after his erstwhile friends and neighbours discovered that he was an Ahmadi, The Express Tribune has learnt.

Imran Ahmed, 35, started out as a daily wager at a woodwork shop in Gujranwala. He saved up money for three years, then invested Rs100,000 in machinery and setting up his own workshop. As his business grew, he hired two carpenters to work for him. “Things were going really well, but nobody knew I was an Ahmadi,” he said.

Ahmed said that his was the only Ahmadi family in Rana Colony in Gujranwala and he kept this a secret as he feared being victimised. He got along well with his neighbours and one day, when he was injured in a motorcycle accident, they came to ask after him. Inside his house, they saw pictures of Ahmadi personalities. “Their

Added: Aug-23-2013 Occurred On: Aug-23-2013
By: Eric_Cartman
Regional News
Tags: muslims, islam, ahmedis, religion, porkistan, terror, terrorism, pakistan
Location: Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan (load item map)
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