Ambassador of Tanzania visits Ahmadiyya Jamaat in Kababir, Haifa

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Imaduddin Al-Masri, Kababir

The Ahmadiyya Muslim mission in Kababir was established back in 1928 when Hazrat Maulana Jalaluddin Shams came and established a strong Jamaat in the area of Mount Carmel in Haifa.

Located on a high mountain near the sea is the Mahmood Mosque and the newly built Masroor Centre. Every year, thousands of guests from all over the world come to visit the mosque and the mission house in order to learn more about Islam Ahmadiyyat.

On 21 June 2021, HE Job Daudi Masima, the Ambassador of Tanzania in the Holy Land, came to visit the Ahmadiyya Muslim mission and Mahmood Mosque in Kababir, Haifa.

Muhammad Sharif Odeh Sahib, Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Kababir and Shamsud Deen Malabari Sahib, Missionary-in-Charge, received the guests.

Amir Sahib took the ambassador on a tour around the mosque and the new Masroor Centre.

Photo courtesy of Jamaat Kababir

A short video was shown to the guests which introduced the activities of Hazrat Amirul Momineenaa and the worldwide Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya, it also included a short introduction of Humanity First and its different projects. The ambassador was touched to hear the motto of the Jamaat, “Love for all, hatred for none”.

Amir Sahib and the guests spoke about the importance of promoting peace and unity around the world. Amir Sahib said:

“We should try our best to help each other and be united despite the differences between us because none of us was asked in which house or family they wanted to be born”.

Later, Amir Sahib took the guests to visit the books exhibition, and the ambassador was overjoyed to see the Swahili translation of the Holy Quran. He took a copy and said that he wanted to present it to a high government official.

The tour included the Green Ahmadiyya School and MTA studios where a lot of recorded and live programmes are prepared for MTA3 Al-Arabiyya. His Excellency liked the fact that the children were taught how to plant trees and plants in the garden of the school, and how they were taught to recycle the plastic tools they stopped using such as water pipes.

Back in the mission house, the ambassador presented a souvenir from Tanzania with the sentence “Welcome to Tanzania” written on it, and Amir Sahib presented a number of books including the English and Swahili translations of the Holy Quran, The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam and World Crisis and the Pathway to Peace.

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