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    Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud’s letter to International World Peace Day Company on how...

    Al Fazl, 11 December 1952 Dr Alfred W Parker (America), Executive Secretary of the International World Peace Day Company, requested Hazrat Amirul Momineen, Hazrat Khalifatul...

    Glasgow Jamaat holds virtual “serving humanity” event

    Arshad Mehmood Khan, Scotland Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Glasgow had been organising new year reception programmes at Baitur Rahman mosque, but due to the current pandemic situation, we...

    Archbishop of Athens recklessly alleges Muslims “are people of war”

    Atta-ul-Naseer, Missionary and National President, Jamaat Greece In a recent interview on Open TV, Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens said: “… as we know, Islam is...

    Nigeria, carnage and curse: Why this gory trend must stop!

    Hafiz Yunus Omotayo, Missionary and Chairman of Muslim Writers Guild of Nigeria As humanity continues to be aghast and as the media buzzes with news...

    2021: Will humanity finally recognise its Creator?

    2020 was an eventful year, for all the wrong reasons. The question is, does 2021 bring hope? As the new year begins, commentators, stories...

    Opinion: Brereton report on war crimes in Afghanistan: A Muslim’s response

    Naosheyrvaan Nasir, Australia The Brereton report on misconduct by Australian Special Forces in Afghanistan told the public that our country’s elite military unit was not...

    Opinion: A new year with new hopes? Khilafat is the way...

    May Allah the Almighty guide the whole world towards the right path and make them aware of the true remedy for all the afflictions of this world, which is purely a spiritual remedy – Khilafat-e-Ahmadiyya. Amin

    Answers to everyday issues – Part III

    Some of the blessed guidance regarding basic Islamic issues that Hazrat Amirul Momineen, Khalifatul Masih Vaa has given at various occasions in his written correspondence...

    Beheading of French teacher and where society stands

    We cannot express enough remorse and sympathy no matter how much we condemn the killing of the French teacher that took place in France on Friday, 16 October 2020.

    Priorities set wrong – What the pandemic has revealed

    Let’s hope that governments across the world overcome their shortcomings and make their policies truly public friendly.



    Al Hakam – 26 February 2021