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Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Macedonia organised Iftar and Tabligh Meeting

By Zubair Khan

This time it was the city of Kumonov of Macedonia where AMJ Macedonia organized the tabligh meeting followed by Iftar Dinner. In spite being the first attempt in this city, congested by Albanian ethnic Muslims, the event proved to be a great success. 329 more words

Europe

Ironies of the Blasphemy Laws in Pakistan

Source: Newsweek Pakistan

By Munir uz Zaman—AFP

AHSAN IQBAL WAS TARGETED FOR BLASPHEMY DESPITE HAILING FROM A FAMILY RESPONSIBLE FOR LEGISLATING CAPITAL PUNISHMENT FOR IT… 409 more words

Asia

UK: Ahmadiyya Muslim Women's Association Wolverhampton invites ALL To their Interfaith Event

A group of Ahmadiyya Muslim Women from Wolverhampton will be holding an interfaith and community cohesion peace event on Saturday 28th April 2018 from 1:30pm to 4pm to promote integration, promote peace, counter extremist rhetoric, Hatred, Radicalization and to celebrate 100 year since women were given rights to vote. 376 more words

The Muslim Times

Lest We Forget

I wonder, on this day. I wonder how all those that fought in wars and peacekeeping assignments. I wonder how they would feel knowing that the freedom they fought for. 1,428 more words

Tales of A One-Woman Riot, Pt 2

Jenny Asencio

Even cursed as I am with a nuanced worldview that argues in favor of the unjustly downtrodden, and in the face of all the arguments with, and gaslighting and disconnection from, people who I thought knew me way better than that, I discovered voices who said a lot of the same things I did, and who think a lot of the same things I do. 1,803 more words

Advertising Standards Authority assesses dozens of complaints over 'Messiah has come' billboards

Source: Christian Today

By Harry Farley

Dozens of complaints have been launched over an Islamic advertising campaign claiming the ‘Messiah has come’.

Launched by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, a heavily persecuted minority Muslim sect, a series of billboards in London, Manchester and Glasgow aim to promote the idea, considered heretical by mainstream Islam, that the Messiah promised in the Qur’an has already come in the person of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. 147 more words

The Muslim Times