UK: Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Wolverhampton visits radio station; discusses what Remembrance Day meant to Ahmadi Muslims

Report by Dr Abdul Salam, External Affair Secretary


Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Wolverhampton visits radio station; discusses what Remembrance Day meant to Ahmadi Muslims

Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Wolverhampton visits radio station; discusses what Remembrance Day meant to Ahmadi Muslims

On the 7th of November 2019, Ahmadiyya Muslim Organisation, Wolverhampton, was granted an opportunity to visit a local radio station to discuss what Remembrance Day meant to Ahmadi Muslims.

The Jamat, with the permission of local president, outlined all their contribution in the community, and since Remembrance Day was near, that they were selling poppies from morning 9:00am, at times, 10:00pm. Such dedication was appreciated by our host; he even came at 9:30pm that very day after the interview to say thanks at a local Sainsbury store.

The representatives also explained how the Ahmadiyya Jamat is cutting down barriers and uniting people through many other campaigns and efforts. The host promised to have us back on his show and thanked us for the good work we do in the community.

Dr Abdul Salam
External Affair Secretary

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