USA: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Rochester Hills gifts “Life of Muhammad (pbuh)” copies to Caro Library

“With this gift of the book “Life of Muhammad” to the citizens of Caro, I’m pretty sure that if anybody who reads this book will end his/her misunderstandings about Islam and Prophet Muhammad ( peace be on him)”, said Imam Shamshad of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Detroit.


Report by Muhammad Ahmad, Detriot, Michigan.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Rochester Hills, Michigan visited CARO, MI area district library on Feb 9, 2018, and gifted 35+ copies of the book “Life of Muhammad (PBUH)”.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Rochester Hills, Michigan gives a gift of 35 copies of “Life of Muhammad (pbuh)” to the citizens of Caro Michigan

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Rochester Hills, Michigan gives a gift of 35 copies of “Life of Muhammad (pbuh)” to the citizens of Caro Michigan

In a brief ceremony, and on their desire Imam Shamshad Nasir of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community presented a box containing 35+ book of the Life of Muhammad to Erin Schmändt, Director Caro Area District Library and Melissa Armstrong, Assistant Director Caro Area District Library for the citizens of the town.

Imam Shamshad Nasir spoke briefly with the library leadership that Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is committed to removing any misunderstanding regarding Islam or Muslims and welcomes any opportunity to meet and answer any questions from the residents.

Imam said, “I hope that people will read the book and get the true insight into the life of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and benefit from it”.

Both Erin Schmändt, Director Caro Area District Library and Melissa Armstrong, Assistant Director thanked the members of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community for delivering the books as a gift to the residents and the library. She said that she truly appreciates the gift of books and hopes to build a strong working relationship with Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in future.

The delivery of books to the library provided was in response to the demand from the attendees of the outreach program held earlier in January.

Later a discussion took place in regards to the feedback from the last month’s program from the library administration and response from the attendees.

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