Jalsa Yaum-e-Musleh-e-Maud held in Sri Lanka

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Last Updated on 17th March 2023

A Abdul Aziz, Sri Lanka Correspondent

Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Sri Lanka observed the Musleh-e-Maud Day with events in all centres of the Jamaat, including Negombo, Colombo, and Pasyala.

The programme started with a recitation from the Holy Quran and itsUrdu translation, followed by a poem.

While addressing the event in Negombo, the local sadr, spoke about certain points of the prophecy of Musleh-e-Maud. Then, Tahir Ahmad Sahib delivered a speech about the divine vision and dreams of Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra.

The event in Colombo was held on 25 February at Baitul Hamd Mosque and was also attended by the national president, S Nizam Khan Sahib. In his address, he explained the background of the prophecy of Musleh-e-Maud. MA Anis Ahmad Sahib, the local sadr, and AB Musthaq Ahmad Sahib, missionary-in-charge also addressed the event. A documentary about the life and achievements of Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra was also shown.

In the event held at Pasyala on 26 February, RA Hafiz Ahmad Sahib, the local sadr, and the qaid of Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya delivered speeches.

A large number of Ahmadis attended the events, which concluded with a silent prayer.

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