Michigan, USA: Imam Shamshad Nasir represents Ahmadiyya Muslim Community at the Interfaith Conference held at United Methodist Church

Report by Muhammad Ahmad
Director Outreach Detroit Chapter
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is always ready to remove all kind of misunderstandings about Islam all the time” said Imam Shamshad Nasir

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Interfaith Conference held at United Methodist Church

More than 37 interfaith leaders from various religious organizations from the entire Metro Detroit area met at a conference at the Metropolitan UMC (United Methodist Church) in Detroit and introduced their religious beliefs.

Imam Shamshad Nasir represented Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit.

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 Imam Shamshad Nasir represents Ahmadiyya Muslim Community at the Interfaith Conference held at United Methodist Church

The conference started with prayers led by Komal Hoster pastor of the host church. It was presided by Rev. Amis Hinds. Rev. Hinds welcomed the interfaith leaders from across the metro Detroit area. He mentioned that despite December being extremely busy month for the interfaith leaders, it is appreciable that, so many leaders came to participate the conference despite their busy schedules. He described the objectives of the conference and reasons for which all the interfaith leaders gathered at the Metropolitan UMC.

He welcomed Imam Shamshad Nasir of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to the Michigan area and introduced him to the rest of the interfaith leaders that Imam has joined and came first time to this dialogue.

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Later the chairman of the conference described the objectives of the conference.

Imam Shamshad Nasir provided Introduction of Islam and Holy prophet Muhammad peace be on him, he said: “Islam is very misunderstood religion at this time, therefore we are ready to remove all kind of doubts and misconceptions about Islam.”

Imam invited them all to hold the next conference at Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center (Masjid Mahmood) at 1730 Auburn Road Rochester Hills in Michigan.

Imam also introduced various programs that Jamaat hold including the on-going weekly Coffee, Cake and True Islam and requested the guests to come and visit the mosque.

Books ‘Life of Muhammad’ and ‘Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam’, flyers introducing the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and other literature were distributed among the interfaith leaders as gift from Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

 

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