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100 Years Ago… – Progress of Ahmadiyyat in Nigeria and London, 1921

Al Fazl, 25 August 1921 Hazrat Maulvi Abdur Rahim Nayyarra The situation of Lagos has changed When I reached Nigeria from the Gold Coast on 8 April...

Taliban Resurgence: The Anglo-Afghan roots of global terrorism

Asif M Basit, Curator Ahmadiyya Archive and Research Centre The Taliban are back again. Most of Afghanistan is now under their control and the mantra...

Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud’s services to the Muslim cause: Guidance for Turkey, peace in the Arab world and the Kashmir Movement

History bears witness that Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud r.a. rendered great services to the Muslim Ummah. He always advocated for peace and autonomy of the Arab Muslim countries and played a pivotal role in the Kashmir Movement. 

100 Years Ago… – Progress of Ahmadiyyat in Second Khilafat: Opening of new residence in Putney and progress of Jamaat around the world

The Review of Religions (English), February 1921 Our London mission Our brethren in England have now shifted to their new residence at Putney, which was purchased...

100 Years Ago… – Nayyar Sahib set to depart for West Africa and permanent Ahmadiyya mission house in London (63 Melrose Road)

Al Fazl, 27 January 1921 Hazrat Maulvi Abdur Rahim Nayyarra (1883-1948), First Ahmadi Muslim Missionary for West Africa Happy New Year Brothers! May Allah the Almighty...

100 Years Ago… – Preaching in London, loyalty of Ahmadi students and Mufti Sahib’s outreach in USA

The Review of Religions (English), January 1921, pp. 37-40 American missions We are glad to note that Brother Mufti Muhammad Sadiq Sahib, Ahmadiyya missionary in America,...

Belief in the atonement emboldens a person to commit sin

If someone were to assert that belief in the Atonement enables a person to attain salvation from a life of sin, and the propensity...

Unveiling the story behind the great challenge

“A Khalifa is made only by God, not an Internet search engine. I have never claimed to be the Khalifa of the Muslim Ummah. My seal reads ‘Khalifatul Masih’. So does the letterhead that I have used to write to world leaders recently. The world knows me as a Khalifa and all they have heard from me is the message of Islam. I am doing my job and the opponents can carry on with theirs; does it even make a difference?”

Ahmadiyya News – Letters from abroad

In London, the capital of the British Empire, Hazrat Mufti Sadiq led the Eid-ul-Fitr prayer in the Ahmadiyya mosque situated at 4 Star Street, W2

Eid in London

Eid-ul-Fitr was celebrated with great joy and dignity in the Markaz here in London. The hallmark of the day was the Eid Sermon delivered by Hazrat Khalifatul Masih V a.a. from Baitul Futuh Mosque.

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