Muslims should not respond to such horrific and provocative acts through violence. Instead, they should educate people about the Quran’s true teachings so that anti-Muslim extremists could not seek to defame Islam by taking individual Quranic verses completely out of context to further their hateful objectives.
Though many worldly movements are believed to have put an end to slavery, hardly can it be said that they ever succeeded in truly abolishing the practice.
“To Truly Love God and Islam Requires a Person to Love His Nation” – Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Independence Day brings a message of unity and solidarity among the people of the country Celebrating Independence Day during this pandemic requires us to help and support one another. AUGUST 15, 2020 The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, India extends its heartfelt wishes to all the people of the country on the Read more…
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Ahmadi Muslims around the world have been unable to hold their respective Annual Conventions (Jalsa Salana) this year. However, on 7 th and 9th August 2020, during the dates that the international Jalsa Salana was due to be held in the United Kingdom, the World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifa, HisHoliness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad delivered an inspirational two-part address in which he recounted the blessings and continued progress of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community during the past year.
Although a violation of basic morals, Islam prescribes no punishment for blasphemy. On the contrary, Muslims are enjoined to respond to abuses with prayers and cruelty with kindness.
His Holiness said Ahmadi Muslims must learn lessons from Prophet Abraham (peace be upon him) and his family, whose sacrifices are marked on the day of Eid-ul-Adha AUGUST 2, 2020 The World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifa (Caliph), His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, delivered the Read more…
It has become a common practice to insult and disregard religious founders of different faiths. Although such actions disrupt peace in the society, such practices are still justified in the name of freedom of speech.