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Thousands of protestors stormed a mosque belonging to the minority Ahmadi sect in Pakistan's Punjab province Monday, firing at worshipers and wounding several before police dispersed the attackers, police and an Ahmadi spokesman said.A procession of around two thousand Sunni Muslims marking the birthday of Islam's Prophet Mohammad entered the Ahmadi mosque despite resistance by police, hurling stones and bricks and firing weapons.The Ahmadi minority holds that a prophet followed the Prophet Mohammed, who founded Islam. A spokesman for the Ahmadi sect said the mosque was built by the community in 1860 and has been in use since then.
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