Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Japan Sends a Powerful Message of Peace & Love to Japanese people

Ahmadiyya Book Stall at the 20th Tokyo International Book Fair 2013 which was held at Tokyo Big Sight and visited by more than 80,000 people.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`t Japan which is the oldest Islamic organization in Japan was established in 1935 and members of the community are very friendly and peace loving. Now they are trying to make Japanese society aware about Islam as the message of peace and hope.

Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Japan want people to know that terrorism and violence have no place in their religion Islam.

First Japanese Ahmadi Muslim Mr.Uwais Kobayashi`s presence gave courage to young Ahmadi volunteers to promote the campaign.

Mr.Anees Ahmad Nadeem President & Missionary In-charge Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Japan said in his interview to NHK radio that:

We’re trying to dispel that thought that many people  Islam is a religion of violence. We categorically reject any violence, especially in the name of Islam or religion,”

Mr.Ismatullah National Secretary tabligh explained that

We have to follow the true teachings of Islam to attaining inner peace and peace for our society”

Two young scholars from Jamia Ahmadiyya Canada Mr.Ayaz & Hizqeel said:

We are trying to convey the true message of Islam. We don’t believe in any terrorism or anything like that. We, in the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, believe in peace and blessings”.

“Japanese scholars, university students and people from the media were  very impressed,” said Mr.Anees Ahmad Nadeem and added that: “They enjoy seeing the peaceful side of Islam that is rarely portrayed in the news.”
More pics from the event:
Ather Ahmad Dar
Secretary Isha`t
日本アハマディア.ムスリム協会

1 reply

  1. Congratulations to the Japanese.
    What a great and wonderful message was sent to the 80,000 thousand Japanese! Masha Allah.
    “میں تیری تبلیغ کو زمین کے کناروں تک پہچاوں گا”
    اللہ تعالی کا یہ فرمان کس شان سے پورا ہو رہا ہے۔
    الحمد للہ رب االعالمین

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