UK: Liverpool University Theology Students Visit Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s Bait-ul-Atta Mosque

Report by Toby,
National Outreach Co-odinater Pan African Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK

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UK Liverpool University Theology Students Visit Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s Bait-ul-Atta Mosque

On 30th Nov 2017 a group of 21 students and 2 lecturers – Mr Yazid Said and head of department Mr Peter – visited the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s Bait-ul-Atta Mosque in Wolverhampton.

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UK Liverpool University Theology Students Visit Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s Bait-ul-Atta Mosque

They were recieved by the local President Mr Yaseen Khan sahab, Maulana Aqeel Kang sahab and Maulana Abdul Ghafar sahab.

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UK Liverpool University Theology Students Visit Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s Bait-ul-Atta Mosque

The visit began with introduction of the Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya by Maulana Aqeel Kang sahab and continued with an interactive session with the the students, followed up by gift presentations and refreshments.

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UK Liverpool University Theology Students Visit Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s Bait-ul-Atta Mosque

Books given include:
1. Jesus of India book donated
2. Islam’s response to extremism
3. Life of holy Prophet saw books
4. True Islam response
5. Are Ahmadis Not Muslims?
6. Pathy way to Peace
7. Khalifa’s response to extremism
8. FAQ Leaflets

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