Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association helping Hartlepool

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A group of Muslims in Hartlepool have helped to plant 450 trees in their home town. It is the latest volunteer project undertaken by the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association. Members of the group give up their free time every weekend in an attempt to improve the society in which they live. Sheraz Kasi, a spokesperson for the …

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Morden Islamic campaign hopes to build bridges and restore image of prophet

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An Islamic leaflet campaign across London is hoping to build bridges and restore the image of Prophet Muhammed. Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community from the Baitul Futuh Mosque, Morden, are door-knocking and distributing informational flyers to educate people on the religion. The campaign was prompted when the controversial 14-minute film ‘The Innocence of Muslims’ went viral on Youtube in …

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Charity Challenge sets sights on Queen’s Charities

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    First organised in 1985 this year represents the 27th anniversary of AMYA’s ( Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association) Challenge. The annual event sets the ‘challenge’ to Muslim youth to raise funds for chosen charities and to engage Muslim youth in the participation and organisation of the event each year.  Over the course of the years, it has raised in …

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Halesowen Muslims festive working

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MORE than 20 volunteers took to the streets of Halesowen on New Year’s Day to clean up following the seasonal festivities. Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association worked their way across Long Lane and the town centre litter picking. The group also organised a visit to Russells Hall Hospital’s children’s ward where they donated chocolates and toys to children, visited old people’s …

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British Muslims Go Underground – For Poppy Appeal

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PRESS RELEASE THURSDAY 27 OCTOBER 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BRITISH MUSLIMS GO UNDERGROUND – FOR POPPY APPEAL Saturday 29th & Monday 31st October: 100 volunteers at 40 Zone 1 train and tube stations, aiming to raise £20,000 Young Muslims are planning to turn up at London‟s rail and underground stations in force –to collect money for the Poppy Appeal. Members of …

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Community Relations Not Harmed by 7/7

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THE 7/7 atrocity has not had a long-term harmful impact on community relations says a Muslim group. The long-running inquest is continuing into the attacks in London on July 7, 2005, which involved former Huddersfield man Jermaine Lindsay who blew himself up along with innocent underground passengers near Russell Square underground station. But the Ahmadiyya Muslims in Huddersfield say it …

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