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Coming from every distant track: A couple from Chicago

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A series looking at the high standard of morals of the Promised Messiahas when receiving visitors in Qadian Awwab...

15-21 January

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In this third year of Al Hakam, we will present a selection of incidents from the blessed life of the Promised...

Coming from every distant track: Introduction

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A series looking at the high standard of morals of the Promised Messiahas when receiving visitors in Qadian

1-7 January

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In this third year of Al Hakam, we will present a selection of incidents from the blessed life of the Promised...

Unveiling the story behind the great challenge

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“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?”

A chronology of Waqf-e-Jadid’s early years (1957-1965)

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The blessed seed sown by Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud r.a. in 1957 is flourishing year after year, alhamdolillah.

Indonesian intellectuals to Qadian

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What a great blessing it was that after visiting Jalsa UK last August, some Indonesian intellectuals from Alaudin State Islamic University of Makassar, South Sulawesi had the honour of journeying to Qadian.  

100 Years Ago… – A Week in Qadian

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Hazrat Khalifatul Masih delivered a short address after the Asr prayer, prior to leaving Qadian. The outline of that address in simple words is that the Holy Prophet s.a. used to appoint amirs (interim heads) in his absence when he would leave for journeys

Early Jalsa Salanas in Qadian

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In 1891, the Promised Messiah a.s, to further deliberate upon the establishment of an Anjuman as explained in his book Asmani Faislah (The Heavenly Decree), invited his followers to come to Qadian on 27 December. 

Darweshan-e-Qadian

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The word darwesh in the Arabic language translates to someone who takes a vow of austerity and turns away from worldly pursuits devoting his life for the sake of Islam.

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