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Intolerance in the name of free speech

Op-Ed - on 22nd Jan, 2015

The dust is beginning to finally settle down from all the chaos that ensued after the Charlie Hebdo attacks with people now intellectually trying to analyze what happened.

All Muslims seek is equal treatment at Duke

Op-Ed - on 20th Jan, 2015

Duke University’s reversal of its initial decision to allow the Muslim call to prayer or the adhan to be broadcast from its Chapel bell tower was disappointing. The same tower that, day after day, rang church bells upon Christian services [...]

Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community calls for peaceful Reaction in Wake of Publication of further Caricature

News - on 18th Jan, 2015

Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad says Muslims should respond peacefully through prayers and praises comments made by Pope Francis on this issue

CNN: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community rep Harris Zafar on Duke University cancelling Muslim call to prayer

Video - on 16th Jan, 2015

On Friday, January 16th, Ahmadiyya Muslim Community's National Spokesperson, Harris Zafar, appeared on CNN to not only address Duke University's decision about the Muslim call to prayer but to also address and confront the rhetoric of Rev. Franklin Graham.

Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community condemns Terrorist Attacks in France

Press Release - on 10th Jan, 2015

Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad prays for peace in the world

Free speech should be tempered with responsibility

Op-Ed - on 9th Jan, 2015

Yelling "fire" in a crowded theater remains as contentious as 90 years ago when Oliver Wendell Holmes first (loosely) coined the phrase.

5 Better Ways to Respond to the Charlie Hebdo Atrocity

Op-Ed - on 7th Jan, 2015

Let’s check our reflexes and respond to this tragedy in ways that promote healing and truth.

American Muslim community reacts to Paris terror attack

Video - on 7th Jan, 2015

Author Qasim Rashid says extremism is a common enemy to all people.

Pakistan’s Dark Days

Op-Ed - on 21st Dec, 2014

Last week’s massacre of 132 schoolchildren in Peshawar by the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was horrific. It sparked a wave of sympathy—world leaders expressed their solidarity with the country—and also criticism—for years, Pakistan has given safe haven to terrorist groups.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA Condemns Terrorist Attack on Pakistan Schoolchildren

Press Release - on 16th Dec, 2014

Ahmadi Muslims mourn 150 children in Peshawar murdered by Taliban

Mirza Masroor Ahmad
Imams failing young Britons, says Ahmadiyya Muslim leader

News - on 15th Nov, 2014

Caliph believes we must reform jihadis and put pressure on those countries who fund Isis

Muslim Leader calls for urgent Action against Extremism

Press Release - on 9th Nov, 2014

Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad says a global strategy required to stop radicalisation

Wearing Hijab for Modesty in All Things

Op-Ed - on 9th Nov, 2014

Head and Body Coverings Offer a Surprising Freedom

Princeton holds academic discussion on religious extremism in Pakistan

News - on 27th Oct, 2014

PRINCETON — On October 17, over 130 people, including dozens of professors and students, attended a special academic discussion held in Princeton about religious extremism in Pakistan.

Reception held to mark Inauguration of Maryam Mosque in Galway

Press Release - on 27th Sep, 2014

Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad delivers keynote address

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