A project to feed the homeless, undertaken by one of the region of Majlis Khuddam-ul Ahmadiyya (Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association), started on Friday, the 10th of February, 2012 in the UK.
An effort to promote love through sharing the beauties of different religions drew more than 200 people to Star of the Sea Community Centre Monday.
“This was to create understanding of different religions,” Mohammad Aslam Shad, regional president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMC), said of the World Religions Conference. “There are more commonalities than there are differences.”
Humanity First Haiti Country Director Travels to Panama with Global Brigade Student Volunteers
Humanity First physician, Dr. Clayton Bell, accompanied the Loyola Global Brigade student volunteers for a second medical mission from January 2 to January 9. They traveled to a remote village in Panama, where they were able to serve over 500 locals during a 4-day clinic. An oral surgeon and ophthalmologist from California, physicians and a dentist from Panama, and 41 pre-med and pre-dental students from Loyola University of Chicago and Duke University joined Dr. Bell to treat patients.
On Jan. 17, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said that the only way he would ever support a Muslim for the presidency of the United States is if that person would "commit in public to give up sharia," thereby continuing his trend to exhibit his ignorance on the subject of Islamic law (sharia) as well as his ignorance of the United States Constitution.
World Muslim Leader says that persecution can never halt Ahmadiyyat's progress
The three-day, 88 th Annual Convention (Jalsa Salana) of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat in Bangladesh concluded on 5th February 2012 in Dhaka with a powerful and faith inspiring address by the World Head of the community, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, who addressed the event from the Baitul Futuh Mosque in London via satellite. The Jalsa attracted over 6,300 people from various countries who attended the event in Dhaka, whilst over 1,500 gathered in London for the concluding session.
A South Manchester Mosque is being praised by Communities Minister Andrew Stunell for playing its part in an Islamic society committed to encouraging blood donations.
Terry Jones Announces Planned Return to Dearborn
The Quran-burning Florida pastor is planning to hold a protest on April 7 in front of Dearborn's Islamic Center of America.
Nearly one year to the day since his plan to host a protest in front of Dearborn's Islamic Center of America was thwarted, anti-Islamic pastor and Florida politician Terry Jones said he is coming back.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association of Canada (AMYA) is holding a number of open houses this weekend at public library branches, to promote peace, condemn terrorism and dispel myths about honour killing.
Rizwan Rabbani, the National Executive Director of the religious organization, says, “We have been promoting peace, condemning terrorism and dispelling myths about Islam as a part of our nationwide campaign for the past year,” visiting 238 towns throughout Canada.
Ahmadiyya use mosques to save lives
London: Andrew Stunnell, Communities Minister in the UK, has praised an Islamic community’s services to humanity.
Minister Stunnell, made his comments on the occasion of the launch of a new blood donation drive at London’s oldest purpose-built mosque.
(RNS) North American Muslims are more than satisfied with the secular legal system and do not want a set of parallel courts for Islamic law, according to a new study of U.S. and Canadian Muslims by a Washington-based think tank.
The study, by University of Windsor law professor Judy Macfarlane for the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, would seem to refute critics' claims that American Muslims want to impose Shariah, or Islamic law.