Promised Messiah Day events held in Sri Lanka

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Last Updated on 14th April 2023

A Abdul Aziz, Sri Lanka Correspondent

Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Sri Lanka organised events to mark the Promised Messiah Day at various centres of the Jamaat. These events started with the recitation from the Holy Quran, and concluded with silent prayers.

One such event was held in Colombo on 18 March 2023 at the Baitul Hamd premises, which was attended by the National President, S Nizam Khan Sahib. The session was moderated by the local sadr of Colombo Jamaat, MA Anis Ahmad Sahib. The opening speech was delivered by S Nizam Khan Sahib, followed by a speech by MA Anis Ahmad Sahib. AB Musthaq Ahmad Sahib, missionary-in-charge also addressed the event. Then, the Tamil translation of the ten conditions of bai’at were read out.

An event was also held in Negombo on 19 March 2023. In his address, I Aslam Ahmad Sahib, the local sadr of Jamaat Negombo, read out some excerpts of the Promised Messiahas from his book Noah’s Ark. He also narrated the ten conditions of bai‘at. This was followed by speeches by two missionaries, Ahsan Sahib and Tahir Sahib.

Events were also held at Pasyala and Polonnaruwa.

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