Friday, October 4, 2013
Pakistan: Plans to attack Ahmadi sites discovered in Punjab
According to the Interior Ministry of Punjab, a classified report provided the information about the attack plans on Ahmadi mosques and religious sites.
Source/Credit: Ahmadiyya Times
By Imran Jattala | October 4, 2013
Coming on the heels of a terrorist attack by militant Islamists on a Christian Church in Peshawar, Pakistan, intelligence agencies of the country have discovered additional terror plots to target Ahmadiyya mosques and prayer centers, it has been reported.
According to Roznama Dunya, an Urdu daily of Pakistan, police and security agencies have been warned of possible impending attacks.
According to the Interior Ministry of the Punjab, the newspaper reported, a classified report provided the information about the attack plans on Ahmadi mosques and religious sites.
The law enforcement and security agencies have been directed to tighten the security arrangements of the possible targets, it was further reported.
-- Pakistan: Terrorist plans to attack Ahmadi sites discoved in Punjab
-- Ahmadiyya Times
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