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    “Khaybar has fallen”: Anniversary of The Philosophy of the Teachings of...

    Dr Bilal Rana, USA Reflecting on the marvellous life of the Promised Messiahas, there are landmark events which shine bright and this year sees the...

    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...

    Freedom of speech or a licence for abuse?

    Qamar Ahmed Zafar, Missionary, London “Sticks and stones may break my bones” … Really? The only reason that I am able to write this article,...

    The forgotten spirit of remembrance

    Sabahat Ali, Missionary, USA Every year, on 10 Muharram, the first month of the Islamic Lunar Calendar, millions of Shia Muslims from around the world...

    Opinion – The Universality of Karbala

    H Shah, Kenya The tragedy that took place in the bare deserts of Karbala in seventh century Iraq is not limited to its time, nor...

    Why Muslims do not celebrate Christmas

    Do Muslims celebrate Christmas? Written by: Shamshad Ahmad Nasir, Missionary USA With Christmas just gone by, I feel that it is an opportunity to write...

    Paradise lost or paradise found?

    Success story of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat 45 years on Pakistan had only just celebrated the silver jubilee of its formation that its rulers decided to...

    Parliament of the World’s Religions Toronto 2018  

    The parliament of the world religions is an organisation which was created to “cultivate harmony among the world’s religious and spiritual communities”.

    Brexit, Blasphemy and Yellow Vests – Living in a Troubled World

    The term “news” was initially introduced as an acronym of North, East, West and South. Today, it seems that NEWS still is an acronym but now standing for “Nothing Ever Will Settle”. 

    Religious Upbringing Linked to Better Health and Well-Being During Early Adulthood

    Boston, MA – Participating in spiritual practices during childhood and adolescence may be a protective factor for a range of health and well-being outcomes in early adulthood, according to a new study from Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health



    Al Hakam – 26 February 2021