Japan: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community hold their 35th Jalsa Salana at Baitul Ahad – The Japan Mosque

By the sheer grace and blessings of Allah, the almighty, Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Japan, held their 35th Jalsa Salana at Baitul Ahad, “The Japan Mosque” on the 3rd & 4th of May 2018.

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Japan: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community hold their 35th Jalsa Salana at Baitul Ahad – The Japan Mosque

As per tradition, the Annual Convention commenced with the flag hoisting ceremony, Maulana Ataul Mujeeb Rashid Sahib, hoisted the flag of Ahmadiyyat.

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Japan: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community hold their 35th Jalsa Salana at Baitul Ahad – The Japan Mosque

Maulana Anees Ahmad Nadeem Sahib, National President and Missionary In-Charge Japan raised the flag of Japan.

This was Followed by the opening session: Maulana Ataul Mujeeb Rashid Saheb, in his opening address explained the objectives and blessings of Jalsa Salana as taught by the Promised Messiah (as).

During the proceedings of this holy gathering, speeches were delivered on a wide range of topics, thus was a great source of enhancing religious knowledge and uplifting spirituality of the attendees.

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Maulana Anees Ahmad Nadeem Sahib, National President and Missionary In-Charge Japan

In the concluding session, Maulana Ataul Mujeeb Rashid Sahib, presented Academic Excellence Awards to exceptional students.

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Maulana Ata-ul-Mujeeb Rashid Sahib leadind the prayer to conclude the Jalsa Salana

National President in his concluding remarks, reminded the members, of an instruction given to all Ahmadis by Hazart Ameer-ul-Momineen (aba) to read, understand and follow the teachings of the Promised Messiah (as), written in the book Noah’s Ark.

Over 175 people from across Japan – including guests from Indonesia, Pakistan, United Kingdom and UAE attended the Jalsa Salana. Also representatives of various faiths and guests from different walks of life participated in this gathering

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