11th Jalsa Salana (2024) held by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Kosovo

Jinahuddin Saif, President Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Kosovo

Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Kosovo held its 11th Jalsa Salana on 26 May 2024.

The proceedings began with the recitation from the Holy Quran, followed by the reading aloud of the Albanian translation of a special message from Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa. The message emphasised the importance of sincere obedience to the Promised Messiahas and adherence to the 10 Conditions of Bai‘at.

The session included a speech by the President of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Albania, Samed Ghori Sahib, on the essence of Islam.

During the Jalsa Salana, several speeches were delivered, on various topics, such as the Holy Quran as a treasure for believers, the Holy Prophet’ssa love for his homeland, and the path to salvation and responsibilities of Ahmadis in spreading the true message of Islam.

In addition to the speeches, there was an exhibition showcasing various aspects of the Holy Quran, which provided attendees with a deeper appreciation and enriched their understanding of the Holy Quran’s significance. Some clips from Hazrat Amirul Momineen’saa Friday Sermons and addresses at the National Peace Symposium UK were also played.

The “Voices for Peace” session, led by Jonathan Butterworth Sahib, special representative of Hazrat Amirul Momineenaa for the Jalsa Salana Kosovo 2024, highlighted the global campaign initiated by Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya, aimed at ending the conflict in Gaza and promoting peace. In this session, over 55 guests representing various NGOs, governmental institutions, the fire brigade, Kosovo Customs Police, mayors of municipalities, directors of institutions including social welfare and education, university professors, journalists, and a diverse array of guests from cities across Kosovo, such as Decan, Elezhan, Shtime, Prishtina, and many more, participated.

The concluding session commenced with a recitation from the Holy Quran. Jonathan Butterworth Sahib, in his address, delved into the profound significance of Khilafat, underscoring its role in fostering global harmony. He articulated the essence of Khilafat-e-Ahmadiyya, emphasising its divine mandate as a beacon of peace in today’s tumultuous world. The session culminated with a silent prayer.

The jalsa was attended by 248 members and 55 non-Ahmadi guests were also present. The jalsa saw representation from Albania, North Macedonia, Croatia, the UK and Germany.

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