Suggested Reading by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times:
Dreams cannot be taken literally and are in metaphorical language. It is uncertain in my opinion if the events suggested in the dream will happen now or in decades or centuries to come.
It is also possible that Europe may see the light of Islam before Russia does.
Mirza Tahir Ahmad (Urdu: مرزا طاہر احمد) (18 December 1928 – 19 April 2003) was the fourth caliph (Arabic: خليفة المسيح الرابع, khalīfatul masīh al-rābi) and the head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. He was elected as the fourth successor of the founder of the community, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. He was elected on 10 June 1982, the day after the death of his predecessor, Mirza Nasir Ahmad.
Following the Ordinance XX that was promulgated by the government of Pakistan in 1984, which prohibited Ahmadi Muslims from any public expression of the Islamic faith, Tahir Ahmad left Pakistan and migrated to London, England, provisionally moving the headquarters of the community to the Fazl Mosque in London. He is noted particularly for his question and answer sessions which he held regularly with people from around the world and for his Quranic discourses.