Last Updated on 15th March 2019
On 3 February 2019, 26 qaideen and members of the amila of Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya France visited the Markaz to seek guidance from Hazrat Amirul Momineen, Khalifatul Masih Vaa.
Huzooraa commenced the mulaqat with silent prayer, after which Khuddam introduced themselves and their respective offices and roles.
Hazrat Amirul Momineenaa asked each Khadim regarding their work and guided them on how they could improve and play a more active role.
One Khadim, who is qaid of a Majlis near Paris, originally from Mauritius, expressed his happiness upon seeing Huzooraa and requested for prayers. He asked how he could make sure that he served the Jamaat in the best possible manner.
Huzooraa stated, “You should set a good example with regard to the congregational prayers, your morals, the way you dress and the way you talk. In all aspects, you should be a role model for the Khuddam. This is how you can best serve the Jamaat.”
Whilst talking with the qaideen, Huzooraa enquired from them how many Khuddam were in their respective locations and what events and activities were held.
Our Al Hakam reporters got in touch with Chaudhry Jamil ur Rehman Sahib, Sadr Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya France, and asked him regarding the mulaqat.
“By the grace and blessings of Allah, we were able to meet with Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa to receive guidance for our respective duties. The main aim of this mulaqat was to seek guidance and also motivate our Khuddam.”
Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya was established by Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IIra in 1938. The main aim and purpose for this organisation was to inculcate within the youth the true essence of sacrifice and commitment to one’s faith, country and nation. Since then, the Majlis has branched out and is now established in most countries of the world.
This is no easy task – the reformation of a nation.
Readers of Al Hakam are requested to continue to pray for Hazrat Amirul Momineenaa that he may always have an army of helpers at hand devoted to protecting the flag of Islam Ahmadiyyat, so that the flag may continue to be a source of light for the world.