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Amidst Rising Islamophobia, Thousands of American Muslims Unite for Annual Convention

Press Release - on 21st Jul, 2016

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, the nation’s largest and oldest Muslim organization, will host the 68th annual 3-day conference to spiritually rejuvenate Muslim Americans, young and old. As the longest running American Muslim conference, it aims to reach into [...]

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA Condemns Terrorist Attack in Turkey

Press Release - on 29th Jun, 2016

Says terrorism is against Islamic teaching

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA Expresses Concern After Shots Fired at Islamic Society of North America Headquarters

Press Release - on 19th Jun, 2016

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA expresses its concern after a mosque sign was shot at in Plainfield, Indiana. The mosque serves as the headquarters for the Islamic Society ofNorth America (ISNA). While thankfully nobody was reported injured at the mosque, [...]

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA Condemns the Senseless Night Club Shooting in Orlando

Press Release - on 12th Jun, 2016

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA urges calm after a shooting in an Orlando nightclub left at least 20 dead and 42 injured. Reports state that the shooter has died following a shootout with SWAT officers. The FBI is looking into [...]

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA Saddened by Passing of Muhammad Ali

Press Release - on 4th Jun, 2016

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA mourns the passing of Muhammad Ali (1942-2016). The Community enjoyed a personal relationship with Ali in his youth, as he studied Islam under the tutelage of several scholars of the Community.

“If we want peace we should value and prioritise giving rights to other people”

Press Release - on 13th May, 2016

On 11 May 2016, the World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifa (Caliph), His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad was interviewed by the Sydsvenskan newspaper at the Mahmood Mosque in Malmo, Sweden.

N.J. Muslim group condemns extremists, calls for reform

News - on 20th Apr, 2016

In the 1960s, his Jewish parents converted to Islam, and after he was born, he followed their adopted faith.

Defining 'True Islam' in the face of terrorism

News - on 20th Apr, 2016

NEW BRUNSWICK - On Tuesday evening, The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community invited the public to a seminar about its TrueIslam initiative, a global campaign to counter the extreme jihadism of Al Qaeda and ISIS, which the non-Muslim world tends to equate [...]

The relationship between religion and violence

News - on 9th Mar, 2016

The Chehalem Cultural Center will host Christianity and Islam experts for public forum 'Not in the Name of My Religion'

From the community: Paradise lies under the feet of mothers

Op-Ed - on 8th Mar, 2016

My grandmother, a middle school graduate, was married in her teens. Though physically young at the time of her marriage she was ready to take the responsibility of her new household.

Local Muslim group aims to debunk extremist ideology

News - on 4th Mar, 2016

A local Muslim group is seeking greater community engagement to debunk the extremist religious ideology being pursued by terrorist organizations including ISIS.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community: Effective Advocacy on Religious Freedom

News - on 3rd Mar, 2016

Last week, Ahmadiyya Muslims held a briefing on Capitol Hill to counter extremist narratives.

A Year After Murder of Three Muslims; The Anti-Muslim Rhetoric Has Gotten Louder

Op-Ed - on 3rd Mar, 2016

A year ago, in my own neighborhood of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, three Muslims students lost their lives to a hate crime.


News - on 2nd Mar, 2016

Recently in Morocco, more than 200 Islamic personalities from more than 120 countries gathered at a conference to discuss minority rights in the Muslim world.

Young women empowered by faith: a display of diversity, similarities, and affection

News - on 2nd Mar, 2016

On a quiet Saturday morning, when they may have preferred being tucked away in the comfort of their beds, a number of young women in the Atlanta area chose action over sleep.

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