I would now like to say a few things about the pandemic of the coronavirus that has spread, and draw the attention of the Jamaat towards it. We should all abide by and follow the instructions that are being issued by governments and departments with regard to precautions .
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“Even if all the people leave you and I am left alone I would stand by you and would face all opposition and onslaughts against your Mission.”
Based on the guidance of Beloved Huzoor Anwar (ABA) to keep Atfal busy and active, and to stay away from excessive video games, Majlis Atfalul Ahmadiyya Canada held the National Ahmadiyya Basketball League. The league was conducted from October 8th, 2019 – February 11th, 2020.
During the harsh winters of Toronto, Canada, an alarming number of homeless people lose their lives every year. The media reports that an average of more than 100 people without shelter are found dead. Shelters are at capacity throughout the winter and many vulnerable members are sent away due to unavailability of space.
“Nations Cannot be Reformed Without the Reformation of the Youth.”
Hazrat Musleh Mau`ud (R.A) Founder of Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya
WHAT THEY SAY
“I want to say, as a very proud Ontarian, that I salute the Ahmadiyya [Muslim] Community for all of the extraordinary work that each of its members does to make Ontario a better province and to make Canada the greatest country in the world.”
“The Ahmadiyya Muslim community is a dynamic aspect of Brampton, of Ontario, of Canada. They’re always doing fundraisers for hospitals, fundraisers for different community initiatives, food drives. They’re truly a great example of Canada.”
“I…stand alongside the [Ahmadiyya Muslim] community which speaks out fearlessly in defence of tolerance, pluralism, and religious freedom. We are united by our values.”
Now in its 14th year, the Run for Vaughan has achieved notable success in its mission to raise much needed funds for the Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital.
Organized by Vaughan’s Ahmadiyya community, this event continues to fulfill its noble mission to bring people together in support of the Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital.
“I personally feel that the alignment of Ahmadiyya [Muslim] values with Canadian values – values of openness, respect, compassion and willingness to work hard and desire to be there for each other – these are the kinds of things we need so much more of in the community and in the world.”
“Thank you to the [Ahmadiyya Muslim] Community for all the work that you do and the model you are for what communities and community engagement is all about.”