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Statement by Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK on horrific murder of Jo Cox MP

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Rafiq Hayat, National President Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK said: “We express our profound sorrow at the terrible murder of MP Jo Cox. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and her loved ones. “Jo had dedicated herself to public service and was going about her work for others when she was attacked. We stand united in condemning this extremist …

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Orlando Attack – Condemnation

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“The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community condemns in the very strongest possible terms today’s attack at an Orlando nightclub in which dozens of innocent people were brutally killed. “All forms of terrorism and extremism are completely against the true teachings of Islam. The Holy Quran has said that to kill even one innocent person is akin to killing all of mankind. “Our …

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Ahmadiyya Muslim Womens Association helps Stretford food bank

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AS part of Islam Awareness Week, women from The Ahmadiyya Muslim Womens Association North West generously donated a number of hampers to the Stretford food bank. The women help at the food bank as volunteers and on collection days, when volunteers at local Tesco stores collect donations for the foodbank from shoppers. Hampers were also given to care homes and …

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Ahmadiyyas join East Ham MP and Newham mayor to raise more than £200k

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A minority Muslim group walk raised more than £200,000 for charities. Proceeds from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association’s Walk For Peace are still being counted, with retrospective donations being accepted until October. More than 2,500 people joined worshippers from Upton Park’s Baitul Ahad Mosque, with 50-year-old Samira Ahmad, who represents female Muslims at the Tudor Road mosque, saying it was important …

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Why my children won’t be fasting this Ramadan

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It’s been called “the biggest act of mass-religious observance of its kind”. US president Barack Obama referred to it as a time of “gratitude for the gifts that God bestows”. And the Vatican has described it as an opportunity for “human and spiritual growth”. Next week (6 June 2016) sees the start of Ramadan, when three million Britons, and billions …

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Muslims show respect through gifts to elderly in Dagenham

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Ahmadiyya Muslims from Barking brought gifts to the elderly in a bid to spread their message of “love for all, hatred for none”. Bringing hampers of fruit, bunches of flowers and tins of biscuits, the Barking branch of the minority Muslim organisation hoped to honour what it believes to be a central principle of Islam – charity. Saimah Ahmed, 37, …

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