Getting over the #Jalsablues

So the time we were hoping wouldn't come has arrived, Huzoor's final address is over, the goodbyes have been said and volunteers are packing up their equipment. After three days of spirituality, friendship and a deep sense of community, the time has...

The Thread That Binds Us All

By Mohsina Islam Like a family quilt, fashioned from patches of different fabric, Ahmadiyyat is an ever-growing quilt woven out of multi-coloured and multi-textured pieces of cloth. These snippets of cloth are none other than the countries that...

The day two worlds combined

by Mehpara Khan, New Zealand The Maori people are famous the world over for their dramatic cultural displays (surely you're familliar with the All Blacks pre match tradition) . So when the hallowed ground of Turangawaewae in...

My Lifelong Getaway

by Aneela Nasir, USA   In this age of a never-ending scramble for the "next best thing", it is easy to see why people eventually hit breaking point and search for a temporary way out. Some lean on yoga retreats focused on inner...

A Story from an African Brother

(This is the faith inspiring conversion of Al Haaj Mustafa Sahib from Ghana.) People enter the fold of Islam Ahmadiyyat in miraculous ways. What else would we expect for this, after all is the work of God.? One such story of a convert concerns an...

Guidance through reading

Abdul Qadir- France Algerian by birth, Abdul Qadir works in an IT company in France. He found Ahmadiyyat, the true Islam, through the great writings of the Promised Messiah as and the scholarly tafseer (commentary) of Hazrat Musleh Maud ( ra) . This...

The men in yellow

by MTA Intl.   Wandering around the different departments after Friday’s lunch, the Jalsa Connect team came across a unique sight- men dressed in yellow with jet washers in their hands. It was the pot busters! (AND THE POT BUSTING...