Online Academic Rally of Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya UK

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Qamar Zafar, Muawin Sadr, Press and Media, MKA UK

We have had an unprecedented year with the current crisis and lockdown. Never in my life have I witnessed such a crisis impact our society. But with this, there is a potential for the very best of the majlis to shine if only we follow the advice of Hazrat Amirul Momineenaa.

One thing that Huzooraa has advised us to focus our attention on is the status of the Holy Prophetsa and the Promised Messiahas.

With this in mind, Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya UK will be hosting their very first online Academic Rally, insha-Allah. With the approval of Huzooraa, we will hold this on 25 and 26 July 2020.

The Academic Rally will be a two-day event in which we will hold academic competitions and tarbiyat programmes. The focus, as I mentioned before, will be on the status of the Holy Prophetsa and the Promised Messiahas. And with present restrictions in place, we will be holding this event online on YouTube.

Please do take the time to look through the programme, with some highlights below:

Academic events – The rally will showcase the best of the Majlis competing in the competitions we have grown up with.

Keynote speaker – On Saturday evening, we plan to invite a special guest speaker to share personal experiences with Khilafat.

Tarbiyat programmes – Continuing the trend of enjoyable programmes organised by the tarbiyat department, there will be two focal discussion programmes on “Sports and religion” and “Inspiring stories from converts”.

International Exhibition Competition – We have the unique opportunity to invite international teams from different majalis to compete in an exhibition competition.

Brotherhood  – With our usual flagship events being disrupted this summer, there is a hole in our lives. This is one small way that we can still connect with each other.

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