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Ahmadiyyat, Le Phare Dimanche

In 14 September 2018 issue, we included some glimpses into the history of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Belgium. We wrote how Malik Ataur Rahman Sahib had visited Brussels and Antwerp in 1948 and had been interviewed by several newspapers of Belgium, one of which was Le Phare Dimanche.

The English translation of an article taken from the 27 December 1938 issue of Al Fazl in which a summary of the first ever speech by Khalifatul Masih at the first Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya Ijtema was presented. 

The grand plan that Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih II r.a, had for the propagation of Islam in the West has been discussed, very briefly though, in the previous issue of Al Hakam.

It was in 1923 that Maulvi Mubarak Ali Sahib, a missionary of the Jamaat in England, was sent to Germany to assess the possibility of establishing a mission in Germany. Malik Ghulam Farid Sahib was sent from Qadian to join him in Germany.

Although Jalsa Salana UK is now over, but with Jalsa Salana Germany coming up in a week’s time, the Jalsa season is not over. Some important events that happened for the first time at Markazi (central) Jalsas are presented...

Sacrifice Behind Eid
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Ahmadiyyat, islam

Eid-ul-Adha marks the coming to an end of a great form of Islamic worship, the Hajj. Dating back to Prophet Abraham a.s., Hajj is a combination of manasik (rituals) that are performed around the Ka‘bah and in its vicinity. 

It was in 1979 that an Ahmadi stalwart, Professor Dr Abdus Salam won the Nobel Prize. This achievement was celebrated not only in the world of science but also in the world of Ahmadiyyat.

Friday Sermon of Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad r.a. Delivered on the 28th of February 1919, on the duties of Ahmadi residents of Qadian especially during Jalsa.

The air here in London is filled with the aura of the Jalsa Salana UK which is due to be held in literally a week’s time from today. 

The month of July is reminiscent of a very sad event from the history of the Jamaat.