Safa's Blog

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My name is Safa and I’m a 10-year-old girl. When I was 6, my family and I moved to the Middle East from the UK. Alhumdolillah, I have attended Jalsa Salana UK every year of my life. Why do I get excited about Jalsa every year? When school...

Jalsa For Pakistani Millennials

Pakistani millennials find themselves at a tough spot when it comes to Jalsas. First off they narrowly missed those grand Jalsas that took place on Rabwah soil for 30 some years. If that wasn't painful enough, they were also deprived of the presence...

My Jalsa

For the last 15 years, I have been given the opportunity to be a Muavin in the Reserve 2 (UK Guests) marquee. This department is responsible for hospitality towards the guests of Jalsa, especially UK dignitaries such as Members of Parliament, Mayors...

Our Security

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" And we will, surely, bear with patience all the harm you do us. So in Allah let those who trust put their trust." 14:13 ‘’Professor’’ Google defines ‘security’ as the state of feeling safe, stable, and free from harm or anxiety. While...

Jalsa Experiences

By Tala’t Humaa Khan, Guyana Each year, through the blessings of MTA, every Ahmadi and even non – Ahmadis and non – Muslims have the chance to witness the proceedings of the Jalsa Salana UK. However, physically being a part of this blessed...

Jalsa Experience: Lajna view

There are some very blessed people who get to experience multiple Jalsas that take place across the world. Here, the Jalsa connect team speak to a wonderful member of Lajna, who has been fortunate enough to attend Jalsas over three continents, over...