Ahmadiyyat is that same Islam which was revealed to the world over fourteen hundred years ago through the Holy Prophet Muhammad(as) & that dispensation, the injunctions of which are contained in the Holy Quran. During the course of centuries, however, it had been subjected to innovations & interpolations; and, on the other hand, many of its aspects had been entirely neglected, & consequently remained unexplored.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was founded in 1889 in a small Indian village Qadian and the community is now established in over 210 countries and has tens of millions of members worldwide. Throughout the world, Ahmadi Muslims have become renowned for their commitment to peace, their law-abiding nature and determination to create a harmonious society for all people, regardless of their nationality, ethnicity or faith.
For more than one hundred years the Ahmadiyya Muslim community has been leading a peaceful revival of Islam. From the time it was founded in India in 1889 it has enjoyed an unrivalled record for peace and for its efforts to build cohesive societies.
A community that stands for education, integration and interfaith peace we welcome all to visit our mosques as well as our numerous seminars and events that bring people together to understand more about each other. In essence “Love for All, Hatred for None” is the unique banner upheld by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and a message that we believe is the basis for lasting peace.
Inspired by her religion, this under-celebrated Muslim woman from Africa founded the oldest university in the world, pioneering a model of higher education.
When all means to coping with a stressful situation is experimented in vain, a person resorts to ending his life as it seems to be the only way out of the agony. However, there is always a better solution.
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.