Introducing another website of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community: WikiAhmadiyya

source:   http://www.wikiahmadiyya.org/home

Ahadith

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
Administrative System
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Love for all Hatred for none

Arabic
Tajweed

Beliefs
Apostasy in Islam
Aqeedah
Blasphemy in Islam
Caliphate
God
Halal
Imam Mahdi
Jihad
Marriage in Islam
Science in Islam
Slavery in Islam
Truthfulness in Islam
Women in Islam

Five Pillars of Islam
Fasting
Hajj
Salat

History
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
Jesus
Muhammad

Quran
Abrogation (Naskh)
Al Ahzaab 38-41
Biblical and Quranic narratives
Miracle of the Quran
Preservation of the Quran

Religions
Atheism
Bible
Buddhism
Christianity
Hinduism
Islam
Judaism
Sikhism
Urdu

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Welcome to WikiAhmadiyya,
the free encyclopedia on Islam and Ahmadiyya.
113 articles in English
Ahadith
Arabic
Beliefs
History
Organisation
Practices
Quran
Religions
Urdu
Islam

Miracle of the Quran
Science in Islam
Women in Islam
Jihad
Apostasy in Islam
Slavery in Islam
Marriage in Islam
Preservation of the Quran
Abrogation (Naskh)
Biblical and Quranic Narratives
Muhammadsa: The Prophet of Islam
Muhammadsa
Historicity of Muhammadsa
The Farewell Sermon
Aisha

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

The founder and prophet of Islam, Muhammadsa foretold that in the latter days some Muslims would deviate from the true teachings of Islam and would divide the faith into numerous sects. At such a time God Almighty would send the Imam Mahdi and promised messiah to restore the religion’s original teachings.

Ahmadi Muslims believe this prophecy was fulfilled in the person of the founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad who was born in the small Indian village of Qadian. Ahmad warned the Muslim world their interpretation of Jihad had become corrupted and that true Islam upheld freedom of religion. He taught that a Muslim must hold sympathy for all humankind. Ahmad passed away in 1908, but his mission was continued under the leadership of his successors, or caliphs.

Today, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is led by its fifth Caliph, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, who guides his followers towards moral reformation, spiritual enlightenment, and the highest standards of secular achievement. In its short history, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has produced the first Muslim Nobel Prize winner, the first Muslim president of both the United Nations General Assembly and the International Court of Justice and numerous globally renowned secular and religious scholars.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is established in over 200 countries, has built and maintains thousands of mosques and runs numerous free-to-air international Islamic TV channels, radio stations and websites. Millions of Ahmadi Muslims around the globe strive to spread the beautiful message of the Quran and the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has translated Islam’s holiest text into over 70 languages.

Holding the motto ‘Love for All, Hatred for None’, Ahmadi Muslims are renowned for their commitment to peace, their law-abiding nature and their extensive ch

The Promised Messiah of All Religions & Maseeh-e-Maood & Imam Mahdi of Muslims---His Holiness Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) of Qadian

The Promised Messiah of All Religions & Maseeh-e-Maood & Imam Mahdi of Muslims—His Holiness Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) of Qadian

aritable efforts.

 

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1 reply

  1. Certainly a great move as Wiki is invariably a most frequest source of information for general public. It makes a lot of sense for ease of access to have an official profile there.
    All the best

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