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Ahmadiyya

In the 14 December 2018 issue of Al Hakam, Abdul Hadi (Italo) Chiussi was mentioned who was formerly an Italian Esperantist and later translated the Quran into the Esperanto language. Below is a short introduction to this individual who was an Ahmadi Muslim.

Sahibzada Mirza Anas Ahmad Sahib passed away on 18 December 2018 at the age of 81. Surely, to Allah we belong and to Him shall we return.

Chaudhry Anwar Hasan
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Ahmadiyyat, Islam

Born Charles Barton Stedman, brother Abdusalaam Stedman volunteered for VSO (a charity) when he finished university. In 1977, he started work as a teacher in the Ahmadiyya Secondary School Joru, Kenema Province, Sierra Leone. He was based there for three academic years.

During this past Jalsa Salana UK 2018, a photo was taken which may have been puzzling to some. Hazrat Amirul Momineen a.a. was browsing on two huge screens, while around him stood Ahmadis with a mixture of excitement and anxiety writ across their faces. 

A glance at a profound example of state-backed persecution.
Continued from 17 August issue.

One can hear deafening noise of enforcing Sharia in Pakistan by both the leftists and the rightists to secure their worldly interests. However, practically and in essence, the louder the noise became, the national character severed its relationship more intensely with the Sharia.

I have never been an outstanding student. I struggled to pass during college. During high school, I would only revise material during examination period. 

Shura is an Arabic word that literally means consultation and, in its simplest form, as an Islamic principle, calls upon Muslims...

Rescued from Fire
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Ahmadiyyat, Ramadan

The last one-third of the month of Ramadan is known, in light of the tradition of the Holy Prophet s.a., to be that part of Ramadan that guarantees redemption from hellfire.