“Ahmadiyya Muslim community is doing great jihad against Extremism and radicalization for the past 125 years,” said Imam Shamshad Nasir
Report by Azhar Ahmad
Ahmadiyya Muslim community Glen Ellyn chapter dedicated the Friday prayers for the Humanity and especially the victims of San Bernardino Massacre in California.
“We condemn this senseless and horrific act of violence in the strongest possible terms,” said Shamshad A. Nasir, President of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Glen Ellyn Chapter and Regional Missionary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Our hearts go out to the innocent victims and their families.
We stand in solidarity with them as their neighbors and brothers and sisters in peace.
“They are not fighting for Islam, Islam has nothing to do with it. We need to be united against extremism,” said Imam Shamshad while delivering Friday Sermon.
He further reiterated, “We must stand united against this attack and cannot let it become a propaganda tool for extremist organizations like Daesh.”
In light of this horrific tragedy, Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Glen Ellyn Chapter prayed for the victims, their families and the entire grieving community.
Our prayers are for the swift recovery of the injured and for our heroic San Bernardino county law enforcement officers. We continue to offer our deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims.
In his Friday Sermon delivered on December 4th, 2015 the Worldwide leader of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Mirza Masroor Ahmad said that the world is heading towards very dangerous situation, His Holiness asked Ahmadi Muslims all over the world to engage in prayers abundantly for the establishment of peace in the world. His Holiness emphasized that through numerous prayers we can push the world war added Imam Shamshad.
We raise our slogan which is really needed in this time and age that is “love for all Hatred for none.”
We need to do justice with out justice peace is difficult.
Our Comunity imam said, doing great Jihad from the start of it and inviting all to its peaceful teachings.