Jalsa Yaum-e-Musleh-e-Maud held in Vaughan and Brampton, Canada

Syed Mukarram Nazeer, Canada Correspondent

To mark the Yaum-e-Musleh-e-Maud, jalsas were held by Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Canada across the country.

The Vaughan Imarat held its Jalsa on 20 February 2024, at the Baitul Islam Mosque. The session was presided over by the Naib Amir of Canada..

The proceedings commenced with the recitation from the Holy Quran, with its translations in English and Urdu, followed by a poem with an English translation. Then, the wording of the prophecy of Musleh-e-Maud was read out in Urdu and its English translation.

The missionary of the Vaughan Imarat delivered the first speech on Tahrik-e-Jadid and highlighted many achievements of this scheme.

A Kahoot quiz was conducted, in which close to 225 attendees participated.

The second speech was delivered by Hadi Ali Chaudhry Sahib on “Family Life and Tarbiyate-Aulad”, and he narrated incidents from the life of Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra highlighting how he did tarbiyat of his children.

In his concluding address, the Naib Amir quoted from a sermon of Hazrat Amirul Momineenaa the reason for celebrating Jalsa Yaum-e-Musleh-e-Maud. He then led everyone in silent prayer, followed by dinner. The total attendance was around 1,100.

The Brampton Imarat also held a jalsa to mark this occasion, at the Mubarak Mosque. The jalsa commenced with the recitation from the Holy Quran with its English and Urdu translations, followed by an Urdu poem, and a speech by a missionary of Brampton East Imarat, Asfund Suleman Sahib, about the significance of Jalsa Yaum-e-Musleh-e-Maud. The wording of the prophecy of Musleh-e-Maud was presented in both Urdu and English.

The missionary of Brampton East Imarat, Asif Ahmed Arif Sahib, highlighted Tahrik-e-Jadid and its achievements. A video presentation by MTA International provided a visual narrative of the life and contributions of Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra.

The event culminated with the concluding address by Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Canada, Lal Khan Malik Sahib, who emphasised the fulfilment of the prophecy as the grand spiritual revolution and highlighted the never-ending efforts for the revival of Islam by Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra.

A question-and-answer session followed, enabling participants to seek clarification and deepen their understanding further.

A silent prayer brought the session to an end. The total attendance was 513, with all being served dinner.

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