Muslim-Americans Convene in Thousands in Harrisburg to Promote Peace

Kashif Chaudhry: Jersey City Islam Examiner

Baitur Rahman Mosque in Silverspring, MD

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA will host its 63rd Annual Convention from Friday July 1st through Sunday July 3rd at the PA Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in Harrisburg, PA. Thousands of delegates will attend from across America and overseas. Among the purposes of the convention is strengthening brotherhood and understanding, spiritual uplift and increasing awareness of Islam’s true teachings.

The speeches delivered over the 3-day convention will include topics such as the Islamic concept of Freedom, the ideals of governance, maintaining morality in today’s world, the relationship between religion and science and the promotion of peace in the world. Various civic, state, federal and international dignitaries will attend the session. For a detailed program of the convention, click here.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is the oldest and longest running American-Islamic organization. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is the sole international Islamic organization to fully endorse a separation of church and state, to condemn terrorism in word and action, to fully express loyalty to the country in which we reside, and advocate for women’s rights. The members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community are amongst the more highly educated, humanitarian and progressive people in the world.

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We invite all of our fellow Americans to attend the convention and openly discuss any issue of relevance to them. The event will also stream live online at

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