Khalifa of Islam on women’s rights

November 2016 Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad – Khalifatul Masih V(aba) In this ground breaking address, His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmadaba, expounds how, more than a millennium before the secular world, Islam first definitively established and safeguarded the rights of women 1400 years ago, whilst acknowledging and celebrating the different strengths of men and women. […] … Continue reading Khalifa of Islam on women’s rights

Love for All, Hatred for None

I was really impressed by a friend’s desire to spread the message of truth when she handed me a paper with the following writing on it, while we met to visit a sick sister. Amtul Wadood Baig writes from the heart and translates with little help available. Her effort is inspiring and praise worthy. She … Continue reading Love for All, Hatred for None

AMC’s Celebrations For The New Year 2015

So when the entire world is busy enjoying the celebrations of the new year, what does the Ahmadiyya Muslim Commnity do? We wake up when most people will be just hitting their bed. Early around 4:30 am your local Ahmadiyya Muslim Community's member gathered to pray for your safety and your peace. They were begging … Continue reading AMC’s Celebrations For The New Year 2015

Guidance from God

My great grand father, Mian Ghulam Rasul Buddha Sahib, saw three brightly illuminated rooms, which opened into each other, with light flowing from one to the next with a veranda attached at one end. In this veranda, an elderly saint-like figure sat on a throne like bench (takht) with round pillows on it. Perplexed about … Continue reading Guidance from God

Why I love My Prophet Muhammad

As a Muslim I hold great reverence for my prophet Muhammad. Although, I do not believe him to be God, like Jesus for Christians or Krishna for Hindus; I believe Muhammad to be the best of all the prophets and best among sons of Adam. Islam teaches that all religions at their base taught oneness … Continue reading Why I love My Prophet Muhammad

Mary, Mother of Jesus: An Islamic Perspective

This post was published on Examiner.com. Mary, mother of Jesus, peace be upon her is highly revered in Islam. Her Arabic name is Maryam, meaning exalted or pious worshipper. In Islam, Mary is a paragon of virtue and piety. The Holy Quran gives a genuine and detailed portrait of Mary pbuh, the only woman to … Continue reading Mary, Mother of Jesus: An Islamic Perspective

‘Muslims for Life’ blood drive held at Oriole Park

The peaceful teachings of a beautiful religion were distorted on 9/11, resulting in a new emerging hatred toward the already misunderstood religion of Islam. Devastating as it was, what it did to the image of Islam probably was more wrecking. How can the peaceful teachings stay in focus when terrorists and suicide bombers gain all … Continue reading ‘Muslims for Life’ blood drive held at Oriole Park

Baltimore women aim for interfaith harmony and tolerance

Whether the recent tragic shooting at the Sikh temple in Milwaukee was a case of mistaken identity or a deliberate act of anti-Sikh terrorism, the need for interfaith dialogue has become increasingly evident in its wake. Even though Sikhism is the fifth main religion in the world with about 27 million followers worldwide and 500,000 … Continue reading Baltimore women aim for interfaith harmony and tolerance