Sri Lanka Jamaat celebrates Musleh-e-Maud Day

A. Abdul Aziz, Sri Lanka Correspondent

Jalsas were held in Colombo, Polonnaruwa, and Negombo jamaats in Sri Lanka to mark Musleh-e-Maud Day. The sessions were presided over by the respective local presidents.

The jalsa in Negombo took place on 23 February 2024, on 24 February in Colombo, and in Polonnaruwa Jamaat on 25 February.All three jalsas started with a recitation from the Holy Quran and its translation, followed by an Urdu poem.

Addressing the jalsa in Negombo at the Jubilee Hall, I. Aslam Sahib, Sadr Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Negombo, put forward the full text of the prophecy of Musleh-e-Maud and explained it in brief. The missionary, Tahir Sahib, also addressed the gathering.

The Colombo jalsa was held at the Baitul Hamd premises. In his brief address, the local Sadr, S. Nizam Khan Sahib, explained the prophecy about Musleh-e-Maud and emphasised reading the relevant literature.

M.A. Anis Ahmad Sahib spoke about the prophecy of the Holy Prophetsa that the Promised Messiah would marry and have children and explained it in the words of the Promised Messiahas. While expressing the services rendered by Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra, he explained the details of the administrative system he had established within the Jamaat.

After this, the missionary-in-charge, Javed Raheem Sahib, addressed the gathering in the Sinhala language.

The missionary, A.B. Mushtaq Ahmad Sahib, delivered a speech and quoted Hazrat Khalifatul Masih V’saa Friday Sermon of 23 February 2024 in which Huzooraa explained why we celebrate Musleh-e-Maud Day.

In Polonnaruwa, missionary Asmat Sahib delivered a speech on the background of the prophecy of “Musleh-e-Maud” and how it was fulfilled.

A large number of Ahmadi men, women, and children attended the jalsas.

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