14 October 2005: During his Friday Sermon on this day, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa mentioned the martyrdom of Ahmadis in Mong, District Mandi Bahauddin, Pakistan. Huzooraa also mentioned the horrific earthquake in Pakistan and the Jamaat’s humanitarian services for the victims.
14 October 2011: During his Friday Sermon on this day, from Nunspeet, the Netherlands, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa said that “this era in which we are living today is the era of Islam’s revival.”
14 October 2015: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa laid the foundation stone for the first Ahmadiyya mosque in the German city of Nordhorn, the Sadiq Mosque.
15 October 2016: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa arrived in Canada’s capital city, Ottawa. Huzooraa arrived at the Baitul Naseer Mosque, where he was welcomed by hundreds of Ahmadis.
16 October 2013: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa led the Eid-ul-Adha prayer from the Baitul Huda Mosque in Sydney. It was the first time that Huzooraa led an Eid prayer in Australia.
16 October 2015: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa delivered his Friday Sermon from the Baitul Aafiyyat complex in Frankfurt, Germany. Over 4,900 attended the sermon. During his sermon, he recounted how during his recent trip to the Netherlands, a journalist had asked him if the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was the fastest-growing community in the world. Huzooraa responded by saying that as an organised, international community, united under one leadership, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was the fastest growing community and this was now being acknowledged by external sources.
17 October 2003: During his Friday Sermon on this day, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa urged the Ahmadi doctors to devote themselves – either temporarily or permanently – to serving in the hospitals in Africa.
17 October 2014: During his Friday Sermon on this day, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa mentioned Latif Alam Butt Sahib of Kamra, District Attock, Pakistan, who was martyred on 15 October.
17 October 2015: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa graced the first convocation ceremony of Jamia Ahmadiyya Germany with his presence. Sixteen graduates were presented with their Shahid Degree certificates by Huzooraa. Following the presentation, Huzooraa delivered a faith-inspiring address in which he reminded the graduates of their vast responsibilities and the importance of the covenant they had made with God Almighty.
17 October 2008: During his Friday Sermon on this day, from the Khadija Mosque in Berlin, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa narrated the history of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Germany and the history of this mosque as well. Huzooraa said:
“Alhamdulillah, Allah the Almighty has showered upon us His grace, in shape of this mosque, which is our first mosque in the eastern part of the country. The city of Berlin, which is the capital, has its own significance.”
17 October 2016: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa was welcomed to Canada’s Houses of Parliament by Prime Minister, Rt Hon Justin Trudeau, cabinet ministers and over 50 MPs and senators. Later in the day, Huzooraa delivered a historic keynote address entitled “Human values – The Foundation for a Peaceful World” to an audience of more than 225 people at a special reception held at the Sir John A. Macdonald Building at the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa.
On the same day, Huzooraa was received by the Canadian prime minister at the Prime Minister’s Office in Ottawa.
18 October 2013: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa officially opened the Khilafat Centenary Hall, built next to the Baitul Huda Mosque in Sydney, with the keynote address at an inauguration reception. The event was attended by more than 200 non-Muslim dignitaries and guests, including a range of Federal and State Parliamentarians.
18 October 2015: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa laid the foundation stone of Mubarak Mosque, the first Ahmadiyya mosque in the German town of Florstadt.
19 October 2014: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa delivered the concluding address at the 32nd annual Ijtema of Majlis Ansarullah UK.
20 October 2006: During his Friday Sermon on this day, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa mentioned the martyrdom of Abdullah Niaz Sahib, an Ahmadi in Sri Lanka, who was serving as khadim masjid (caretaker) in an Ahmadiyya mosque. He was martyred on 14 October after being attacked with knives and swords. Another youngster was also attacked, resulting in injuries to both of his hands.