An Ahmadi place of worship in Karachi was vandalized by four individuals who damaged the minarets. The police have taken note of the incident and requested a community member to file a police report. The Ahmadi community spokesperson stated that an application was submitted to register a First Information Report (FIR). The spokesperson described how a group of around a dozen people entered the worship place and destroyed the minarets with hammers, also leaving hateful graffiti on the walls. This is not an isolated incident, as similar acts of vandalism have occurred in other locations. The spokesperson criticized the government for failing to provide security for Ahmadi places of worship. Meanwhile, the drive against the Ahmadi community has attracted criticism from UN bodies, such as the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). The OHCHR expressed concern over the discrimination and hate speech faced by Ahmadis, including attacks on their places of worship. The UN called on the Pakistani government to address these allegations and protect the religious minority.
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