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Home Current Updates 2002
Site Updates in 2002

December, 2002
Atrocities in Indonesia - Dozens of Ahmadiya homes, mosques wrecked in Kuningan, W. Java
October, 2002
Blasphemy Law essential! - Letters to Editor published in daily DAWN
International Religious Freedom Report - Pakistan - U.S. Department of State - October 7, 2002
Which Country? - Letter from Kunwar Idrees - Published in The Friday Times, Lahore
Dil cheer ke dekho - by Ahmad Mubarak - in Urdu Section
September, 2002
Mushtarka ya Judagana; Report by BBC Urdu Service
Plight of Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan (1989-1999) - Compiled by: Press And Publication Desk, Ahmadiyya Muslim Association
Joint electorate? Not quite by I.A. Rehman - pblished in Daily DAWN - September 17, 2002
August, 2002
Aqeeday pur Saza; Report by BBC Urdu Service
A Deadly Place for Blasphemy; In Pakistan, those accused of sacrilege against Islam face life in prison or execution, if mobs or inmates don't kill them first. - Byline: Paul Watson, Times Staff Writer, Dateline: Lahore, Pakistan
What is blasphemy?” by Ayaz Amir published in Daily DAWN
July, 2002
Various news and articles in Media Section including Ayaz Amir's column “Back to future” and an article titled “The impact of the blasphemy law” by Mohammad Shehzad.
June, 2002
Ahmadis' status remains unchanged - The News International - June 13, 2002
State of Human Rights in 2001 - Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, Annual Report
May, 2002
Newsreport March, 2002 - Urdu Section
Pakistan's Blasphemy Law: Words Fail Me by Akbar S. Ahmed - pblished in Washington Post, May 19, 2002
Cowasjee be stopped from insulting blasphemy law, Constitution - The News, May 19, 2002 - Aalami Majlise Tahaffuze Khatme Nubuwwat's reaction to Cowasjee's column
April, 2002
Report on the situation of Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan - A comprehensive collection of persecution reports and analysis by Dr. Sultan Sial
Enforced Apostasy: Zaheeruddin v. State and the Official Persecution of the Ahmadiyya Community in Pakistan - Critical analysis on Supreme Court judgment - by M. Nadeem Ahmad Siddiq
U.S. Deptt. of State - Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - 2001 - Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor - Mar 4, 2002
March, 2002
February, 2002
Photo Section - Persecution in pictures
From the death cell - Column by Ardeshir Cowasjee - Daily Dawn - 27 Jan 2002
Saying the ‘S’ word - Column by Syed Irfan Husain - Daily Dawn - 26 Jan 2002
January, 2002
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