04 Aug 2013-2014 Alme Inami Winner

  Dallas - BarakAllah'hulakum Alme Inami is an award that is given to the most excellent Majlis in Majlis Khuddamal Ahmadiyya, as decided by the Alme Inaami committee. After looking at the progress reports of the Majalis throughout the year, the committee awarded Dallas Majlis the Alme Inami for the year 2013-2014. Dallas will be presented with the Alme Inaami by Ameer Sahib during the Sunday session, August 16th at the Jalsa Salana. The award was started on November 14, 1939, on the occasion of Khilafat Jubilee (the 25th year of Khilafat-e-Ahmadiyya). Hadhrat Musleh Maud himself decided to give Alme-Inaami to the best Majlis. The first Alme Inaami was awarded on December 28th, 1939 to Araysa Jamaat, on that occasion Huzoorra remarked “I advise this Jama'at to fulfill the responsibilities of this flag”. Some facts about Dallas Majlis: Dallas Jama'at was officially established in 1989 under the Sadarat of Syed Rafique Ahmad Sahib First Qaid Majlis was Zaheer Bajwa sahib who is now serving as National General Secretary for USA Jama'at. Dallas was home of our current Sadr Majlis Dr. Bilal Rana Sahib from 2002 to...

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29 Jul Service to Humanity – Feeding the Needy

by: Madeel Abdullah Mohtamim Khidmat-e-Khalq بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ   By the Grace of Allah, 8 months into the year, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) USA has been able to feed 86,410 people on our way to reaching 100,000 people by the end of the year, Insha’Allah.  This comes with 92% of chapters across the country participating in this noble cause. During the Holy month of Ramadhan, our food drives actually increased.  Food drives from New York to Los Angeles and from Chicago to Houston were held during this period.  Food was prepared at homeless shelters, canned goods were collected at the Mosques and community centers, and thousands of meals were packaged.  Our youth fed the nation’s hungry as they themselves fasted from any food or water. Why feed the hungry? Simply, it is for the sake of God as Allah says in the Quran: “And they are those who give food – in spite of their own need, to the needy, and the orphan,  and...

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22 Jul Pearls of Wisdom

Following Hadith taken from "Gardens of the Righteous" : The Holy Prophet (saws) said: He who brings up 2 girls through their childhood will appear on the Day of Judgment attached to me like two fingers of a hand (Muslim)...

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22 Jul Writings of Hazrat Promised Messiah (as)

Continuing our series of weekly extracts of writings from Hazrat Masih-e-Maud (as) from "Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam": After Barzakh there is the 3rd state of resurrection.  In that every soul, good or bad, righteous or disobedient, will be bestowed a visible body.  That day has been appointed for the perfect manifestations of God, when every person will get to know the Being of his Lord fully, and everyone will arrive at the climax of his recompense...

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17 Jul Writings of Hazrat Promised Messiah (as)

Continuing our series of weekly extracts of writings from Hazrat Masih-e-Maud (as) from "Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam": In short, this body which is required according to the condition of one's actions, becomes a source of the recompense of good and evil in the intermediate state.  I have experience of this.  I have often had experience in a complete state of wakefulness of meeting some persons who had died, and I saw that the bodies of some evil-doers and misguided ones were so dark as if they had been made of smoke....

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17 Jul Pearls of Wisdom

Following Hadith taken from "Gardens of the Righteous" : The Holy Prophet (saws) said: He who takes care of an orphan and me will be like this in Paradise; and he raised his forefinger and middle finger by way of illustration (Bokhari and Muslim)...

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14 Jul Ramadhan Reflections #2

  by: Abdul Hai Thomas بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ As Almighty Allah opened the gates of paradise this Ramadan, I felt it happening. As I called the Adhan, I felt angels making straight rows, and Allah running shaitan out of my veins. I was filled with so much light and excitement, I could not recall Iqamat. I attempted to recite it, but was so overwhelmed I could only remember ‘Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar’. I turned to my wife and conveyed my awe. She said, “I feel it too. Just take a second and relax.” That feeling has not yet subsided. I have almost completed my first Arabic reading of the Holy Qur’an. During previous Blessed Months, I completed the English readings (including commentary), but reading it in Arabic has fostered a deeper connection with Allah Almighty, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw), the re-institution of Khilafat through Promised Messiah (as), and mankind. My fear and love of our Creator has increased beyond imagination due to His...

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