Quran exhibition held in Guadeloupe

Luqman Ahmed Bajwa, Missionary, Guadeloupe
Photo courtesy of AMJ Guadeloupe

Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Guadeloupe organised a Quran exhibition at the Salako Hotel in Gosier Town, attracting 40 attendees from across the region. I had the privilege of being interviewed by both RCI Radio and Canal 10 television channels, with the interviews being broadcast multiple times on their respective platforms.

On 12 January, after Jumuah and Asr prayers, Jamaat members went to the hotel for the preparation of the hall. The exhibition was open to visitors from 9 am to 6 pm. We arranged for every visitor to be accompanied during their visit and to answer any questions they had. Some non-Ahmadi Muslims came to visit the exhibition as well; one of them was a Shia Muslim brother. They were introduced to Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya and the advent of Hazrat Imam Mahdias.

We have some new tabligh contacts, and, in general, the Quran exhibition was a success, alhamdulillah.

A few guests also noted down their impressions in a notebook after they visited the Quran exhibition; some of them are as follows:

“This Quran exhibition is to present true Islam, i.e., the religion of peace. We were made very welcome, and all our questions were answered.”

“Very good Quran exhibition! We had a great time. Thanks for the welcome. We will meet soon, God-willing.”

“Thank you very much for your efforts to spread the beautiful message of Islam.”

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