Ahmadiyya Islam and Christianity – An Interesting situation arising in Germany

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Ahmadiyya and Christian Plalkarts side by side

By Zubair Khan, the Muslim Times’ Editor for Germany

It was dawn 13.07.2019 which witnessed appearance of almost two dozens plakarts of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat in the city of Bensheim loclated 70 km south of Frankfurt am Main. Most daring and interesting plakart is shown above.

The Ahmadiyya plakart with picture of Promised Messiah A.S. which reads, The Messiah is There. Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (a.s.), the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi. His teaching includes: Jesus, may peace be on him, did not travel to skies alive as many Muslims believe. As human being he embraced natural death. His grave is in Srinagar, Kashmir-India. Contact details for more information.

The Christian Plakart reads, Jesus Christ- I am the Resurrection and Life. Reference of Bible is given and the contact details for more information and literature is given.

Probably it is the first time that side by side Ahmadiyya and Christian Plakart have appeared. People stop and read both of these and with a surprising smile leave the place. Some mixed feelings are being shared. Few liked the idea while few took it as provocation.  Now let us see and wait for the outcome.

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People reading and comparing both the Plakarts

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