Last Updated on 19th September 2020
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Georgia (AMAG) held three separate Iftar events during Ramadan to spread the true teachings of Islam to local Georgians and to foster friendships.
On Friday 8 June, four non-Muslim Georgian guests joined AMAG for Iftar and dinner at the Jamaat Centre. All the guests were working professionals. The event lasted 2 hours, during which detailed discussions on Islam were held. Three AMAG members were present.
On Saturday 9 June, 17 guests joined AMAG for Iftar and dinner at the Jamaat Centre. The event lasted over 2 hours, during which detailed discussions on Islam were held. Some of the guests were students, some working professionals and one retired professional who had previously worked for the United Nations. The majority of the guests were non-Muslim, while some were Muslim. Three AMAG members were present.
On Wednesday 13 June, two guests joined AMAG for Iftar and dinner at the Jamaat Centre. The event lasted 2 hours, during which a wide range of topics were discussed including Islam, religious freedom, spreading peace and AMAG’s aims in Georgia amongst others. The guests were Christian leaders from Tbilisi; Rev. Prof. Dr Malkhaz Songulashvili, Metropolitan Bishop of Tbilisi, Senior Minister of Peace Cathedral, Evangelical Baptist Church of Georgia and Revd Simon Spanner Hansen. The guests joined AMAG members in praying Maghrib in congregation. The guests were given Jamaat literature. Three AMAG members were present.
On Saturday 9 June, four guests visited AMAG at the Jamaat Centre spending 2 hours. The meeting was arranged as they wanted to know more about our Community. They mentioned that “Love for All, Hatred for None” is required for all mankind, and wanted to develop a relationship with AMAG.