Dr. Iftikhar Ayaz is a puppet of the British Government and a Qadiani-Ahmadi. Over the past 40 years, he has helped the British Government displace and persecute the people of Tuvalu. Based at Tuvalu HouseLondonEngland, Ayaz is the Honorary Consul for the Commonwealth realm of Tuvalu in London and has been for over 40+ years. He has thus made lots of money and served the British as well as the Mirza family. Dr. Ayaz is also closely involved with the International Commission of Peace (ICOP) and holds doctorates in Human Development and Education, and a master’s degree in Linguistics. He has worked closely with a number of United Nations-linked organizations. He served the UN Human Rights Council in various capacities and was a member of the UN Workshop on the Rights of Minorities for many years. Now, he is a prominent participant in UN Forums on fundamental human rights, freedom of religion and religious persecution. He has also been actively working with international organisations for the alleviation of poverty, the rights of women and the implementation of the UNESCO Education for All Programme. As a field expert of the Commonwealth he initiated a very successful Education For Life programme for the Small Island States in the Pacific Region. In 2019, the government of Tuvalu appointed him as the Special Envoy to the UNHRC. Sir lftikhar Ayaz Sahib has been the chairman of the International Human Rights Committee for many years, ardently working for the rights, the welfare and wellbeing of asylum seekers and refugees and their resettlement in other peaceful countries.

He was born a Qadiani-Ahmadi in the 1930’s, his father seems to be an Ahmadi Maulvi who was sent to Tanzania. Thus, he grew up and went to schools in Tanzania and was highly connected with the Ahmadiyya Movement in East Africa and the surrounding areas. His great grand parents settled very close to Bhera, India. They were about 10 miles from Bhera and there was salt market therein (13:00 mark). His grandfather travelled a lot. Mukhtar Ahmad Ayaz was his father. Mukhtar Ahmad Ayaz converted to Qadianism in 1918 while going to Qadian to visit friends. His grandfather converted a few years later. His grandfathers’ 3 brothers also converted to Ahmadiyya and his mom. He claims that his father quit his job and started working for the Mirza family in their Tahrik-e-Jadid program. His father famously went to a town called Makerian, he also mentions the Ahrar and how they were turning up the heat on the Qadiani’s. His father (Mukhtar Ahmad Ayaz) was sent to Tanzania in 1937. He received his secondary education in Tanzania.


ISLAMABAD: The UN human rights body has expressed concern over the treatment of Ahmadis in Pakistan and sought a reply from the government by the end of this month to allegations that the community does not enjoy the freedoms and rights granted by international law to all individuals regardless of their religion, caste, creed or colour.

The concern was expressed by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) through a letter submitted to Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzer­land.

The Permanent Re­­presentative’s office forwarded the letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs this week.

The OHCHR wrote the letter after receiving a report prepared by a team of its Special Rapporteurs — Fernand de Varennes, Irene Khan, Margaret Satterth­waite and Nazila Ghanea.

The letter went on to say: “We would like to bring to the attention of your excellency’s government information we have received concerning growing discrimination and rising incidents of hate speech and incitement to violence against the Ahmadi religious minority in Pakistan, including attacks against places of worship and other acts of intimidation.”

The UN agency called upon the government to take measures for putting an end to the alleged violations, ensure that they did not recur and take action against individuals found responsible.

“While awaiting a reply, we urge that all necessary interim measures be taken to halt the alleged violations and prevent their re-occurrence and in the event that the investigations support or suggest the allegations to be correct, to ensure the accountability of any person(s) responsible for the alleged violations.”

The High Commissioner’s office said “religiously motivated instances” of hate speech and “acts of intolerance” against Ahmadis were on the rise in Pakistan.

“We are deeply concerned about violent attacks against the Ahmadi minority, which we have previously addressed in several communications that despite our requests for remedial actions from authorities, the safety of the Ahmadi minority continues to deteriorate.” the OHCHR said.

Published in Dawn, June 3rd, 2023

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