Day: October 23, 2011

Qur’an open house in Edmonton, Canada

Source: Edmonton Journal Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Canada is planning two open houses in Edmonton as part of the organization’s cross-Canada effort to promote peace, condemn terrorism and bring awareness about peaceful Islam. The dates are: – -Nov. 3, from noon to 7 p.m., at Riverbend Public Library. – -Nov. […]

Interim Government Declares Libya Liberated

By MARGARET COKER TRIPOLI, Libya—Libya’s interim governing authority formally announced the North African country liberated from the slain strongman Moammar Gadhafi and began to officially set out a more-detailed political process to help Libya achieve a more representative democracy. Tens of thousands of Libyans attended the celebratory speeches held in […]

Islam and Dignity for the Dead

(By: Laiq Ahmed Atif) “Relate of your dead only that which is good, and refrain from speaking ill of them.”  Death is an integral part of life and death is as real as life. Nothing is so certain as the fact that for all of us there will come a […]

All Blacks beat France in Rugby World Cup …

  By RFI     New Zealand beat France in Sunday’s Rugby World Cup final but their 8-7 win was the result of a better-then-expected showing by les Bleus. The victory is the All Blacks’ first since they won the inaugural tournament in 1987. More: http://www.english.rfi.fr/ sports/20111023-all-blacks-beat-france-rugby-world-cup-only-just  

Friday prayer offered in Al-Misbah Ahmadiyya mosque in Jatibening, Bekasi

We’re not safe living anywhere: Ahmadis The Jakarta Post, Bekasi The imam of the Al-Misbah Ahmadiyya mosque in Jatibening, Bekasi, recently called on members not to congregate for Friday prayers for safety reasons following an official ban on Ahmadiyya religious practices in Bekasi. Rahmat Rahmadijaya, the imam, said, “It’s up to them if they want […]