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100 Years Ago...

It is announced to notify all members of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya that owing to the requirements of the Jamaat, I have taken a decision after taking recommendations from the residents of Qadian and those residing outside of Qadian that superior posts will be assigned to several persons for carrying out different works of the Jamaat.

Today, printing is very different from the process used in past times. As compared to modern technology, early printing process was challenging and demanding.

On 27 November, under the organisation of Anjuman Ahmadiyya baray Imdad Jang [the Ahmadiyya committee for war aid] and according to the directives of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih II [may Allah be pleased with him], in celebration of the extraordinary victory of Great Britain, a memorable festive event was held. 

The morning of 16 November 1918 arrived, along with news from Sialkot transmitted by telegram. This news came as a shock to the residents of Qadian

Dear Brothers, Assalamo Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah (Peace and blessings of Allah be upon you).

Apology: At the outset, the severe onslaught of the disease, which has nowadays turned into an epidemic in every part and corner of the country, was affecting the surrounding towns and villages of Qadian where people profusely began to fall ill. 

Respected Qazi Abdullah Sahib BA BT writes in a new letter:... 

Hazrat Mufti Sadiq Sahib r.a. shares interesting tabligh incidents that occurred in England as well as reports of his latest outreach activities. Here, an interesting incident during a speech Winston Churchill delivered is narrated.

In London, the capital of the British Empire, Hazrat Mufti Sadiq led the Eid-ul-Fitr prayer in the Ahmadiyya mosque situated at 4 Star Street, W2

All praise be to Allah that by each passing day, the noble religion of Islam is progressing in this country through the efforts of our honoured missionaries – Hazrat Mufti Muhammed Sadiq Sahib and Qazi Abdullah Sahib.