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This is true integration!

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Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa addresses the inaugural reception of Mubarak mosque Wiesbaden, Germany, Monday,...

Introduce to the world your Prophet, the most excellent example –...

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Photo courtesy of AMJ Germany Karlsruhe, 7 July:  The 44th Jalsa Salana Germany 2019 concluded with the Bai’at ceremony...

“Loyalty is paramount” – Hazrat Khalifatul Masih V to Jamia Ahmadiyya...

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Report of the event and summary of Huzoor's address at Jamia UK, Haslemere Courtesy of AMA UK

Germany tabligh team seeks guidance from Huzoor a.a. in London

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Germany Jamaat’s national tabligh team had an audience with Hazrat Khalifatul Masih V a.a. on 13 April 2019.

Germany students travel to London for mulaqat

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On Saturday 30 March, a group of 89 students from Germany had the privilege of meeting with Hazrat Khalifatul Masih V a.a. for a mulaqat.

AMJ Germany Tabligh Department launches new campaign

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Under the blessed guidance of Hazrat Amirul Momineen a.a, Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Germany launched a campaign to convey the message of peace all over Germany by distributing informative, yet concise leaflets and engaging in dialogue with the media and society.

Efforts for Mosque in Erfurt, Germany

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A long-awaited ceremony took place in Erfurt, city of Germany, where the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat acquired a piece of land three years ago.

Jalsa Germany 2018

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With the hoisting of Liwa-e-Ahmadiyyat and today’s Friday Sermon delivered by Hazrat Amirul Momineen a.a. at the Germany Jalsa Gah in Karlsruhe, the 43rd Jalsa Salana Germany has officially commenced. 

Germany Jamaat – Early Days

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It was in 1923 that Maulvi Mubarak Ali Sahib, a missionary of the Jamaat in England, was sent to Germany to assess the possibility of establishing a mission in Germany. Malik Ghulam Farid Sahib was sent from Qadian to join him in Germany.

Quran Exhibition in Aachen

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A five-day exhibition in Aachen, under the auspices of Tabligh Department AMJ Germany, was concluded with a turnout of more than 3,500 visitors from different walks of life.
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