Jalsa Salana, the UK’s biggest convention of Muslims, will take place on August 2-4 to showcase what true Islam is and challenge the most common misconceptions around the religion.
35,000 people from over 100 countries will descend on a 200-acre farm in Hampshire, which will be converted into a mini-village for the three days.
It’s being organised by 7,000 male and female volunteers from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association, who will also help run an on-site bread factory that will produce 300,000 pieces of roti and naan bread to feed the festival-goers, at an impressive rate of 10,000 an hour.
There will also be a range of South Asian and European cuisine on offer.
Farhad Ahmed from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is inviting people from all cultures to visit the farm and ‘find out if Islam is a religion of peace or not.’
‘Often people have questions about Islam,’ he said.
‘Many know about those who have travelled to Syria to join the so-called and wrongful Caliphate of Isis.
‘However, very few are aware of the true peaceful Caliphate here in the… READ MORE AT SOURCE.