My Dear Khuddam, السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته Assalamo Alaikum Warahmatullah wa Barakatuhu I hope and pray that you are safe and well. We are truly in an unprecedented time during this pandemic. We are not able to say Salaat in our Mosques or meet each other as we used to. I wanted to reach out to each of you & tell you that Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya is here to help and support you. If you need help finding mental health support, financial support, or just need someone to talk to, we will do our best to help. Please reach out to us without any hesitation. I request each of you to keep praying for Hazrat Khalifatul Masih (aba), the entire Jamaat and for yourselves. This time will Inshallah pass. Let’s not waste this time and make the most of it. Try to utilize this time by strengthening your family ties. Help your spouses and/or parents at home. Build stronger relationships with your children by...

Since its inception, The United States has been plagued with issues of racial tension, and the issue of racial inequality continues to be at the heart of unrest within the country.  The Detroit Address, is a Friday Sermon given by Hadrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (rh), the Fourth Khalifa of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. On October 16th, 1987, in Detroit, he pinpoints factors have caused racial tension in some communities in the United States and presents Islam's longstanding unequivocal rejection of the notion that any race is superior to another.  Don't take it from us though—listen to it yourself by clicking on the button below 👇🏽 Audiobook BOOK PDF ...

For centuries, racial injustices have been at the root of many of the conflicts within the United States. To understand this further and discuss the solutions put forth by Islam, MKA USA is hosting a 5-part series on Race Relations. Join us today and every Monday night at 8:00 PM EST for MKA Talks, hosted by Murabbi Abdullah Dibba! Todays Zoom conference will be taking an in-depth look at the history of racism within the United States.  Join the COnversation (Call Starts at 8 PM EST) ...

My Dear Khuddam and Atfal,السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاتهRe: Instructions from Markaz regarding the current protests and racial tensions that are happening in the USAI have received instructions from Markaz regarding the current situation and whether we can partake in protests. The instructions are:1. Ahmadi Khuddam can take part in protests, if they wish, but must do so in a personal capacity.2. If they do take part in the protests then they should not take part in anything that is illegal or where violence or damage to personal or State property occurs. If peaceful protests show any sign of escalating, then they should remove themselves from the situation.3. Given the current situation, not only is it morally wrong to take part in protests that lead to confrontation with authorities, it is also dangerous and could lead to Ahmadis taking part being arrested or injured. Furthermore, if Ahmadis are involved in such extreme protests, even in a personal capacity, it reflects...

My Dear Khuddam and Atfal, السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته Many of you are watching events unfold in this country which you may not have ever seen before. Our hearts ache from another unjust killing of a Black American. Racism very much exists in this country today but it shouldn't exist within us. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) taught us that no one is superior to another based on the color of their skin or ethnicity. The government’s role is to ensure the safety and security of each and every citizen.  This is a government's basic responsibility. What should we as Khuddam and Atfal do? 1. Pray: This is our greatest weapon. Our beloved Hazoor (aba) has emphasized the need of prayers.  As many of us are unable to pray in the Mosques, use this time to pray with your families at home.  2. Advocate: The Jamaat Umoor-e-Kharija department is sending letters to our political leaders and other organizations. Get involved and do your part.  Be active on social media...

After three days of interactive sessions and online brotherhood, MKA Reflects has come to a close. The historic event concluded with special remarks from Respected Missionary In-Charge USA, Azhar Haneef Sahib. If you missed or wanted to rewatch a session, then you’re in luck! The MKA Reflects Team has provided recordings for all these sessions so you can experience the brotherhood on-demand! Watch Now ...

Dear Khuddam and Atfal,Assalamo Alaikum I hope all of you are safe and well. I wanted to wish each of you an Eid Mubarak. This Eid will be different than any Eid we’ve held before. You will not be able to attend Eid prayers at the Mosque or get together with friends or extended family. I want each of you to try to create a special day at home. Make your homes like Mosques. Get yourself and families ready for Eid. Decorate your homes and make it special for your children, spouses and/or parents. I am attaching a video from Murabbi Faran Rabbani showing us how to lead Eid Prayers at home. I hope and pray that we will be allowed to get back to our Mosques soon. I also would like to ask each of you to pray for our beloved Hazoor Anwar (aba) and the entire Jamaat across the world. Jazakamullah Ahsanal JazahMadeel AbdullahServing as Sadr Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya USA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0jbl5cKEB4&feature=youtu.be ...

Due to the recent COVID-19 Pandemic, MKA USA created a comprehensive document on where you can get support if you've been impacted by COVID-19. Financial aid may be provided on an as-need basis. Don't delay getting help. You are encouraged to contact your local Nazim Sanat-o-Tijarat or Qaid Majlis for more information and they can assist you from there. If you have recently lost your job or been laid off, please fill out the job help form below. REquest for Assistance Unemployment Resources (English) Unemployment Resources (Urdu) ...

With the COVID-19 Pandemic quarantining many Khuddam to their homes, and effectively postponing many of our MKA events, Khuddam have begun to feel a sense of emptiness, lack of motivation, and even loneliness. MKA is here to help! MKA will be holding a week-long online program, from April 5th-12th, an online "Ijtema" of sorts. The program will kick off with the opening session on April 5th at 3:00 PM EST and run through April 12th, concluding with the closing session chaired by Ameer Sahib. Each day there will be 2 interactive programs on topics relevant to Khuddam, in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic. These daily sessions will run Monday-Saturday, the first being at 7:00 PM EST and the second at 9:00 PM EST, daily. You can find more information using the flyer attached below or by visiting our website. WEbsite + Schedule Google Calendar Event Zoom Conference YouTube Livestream Watch the Promo Video Flyer ...

Are you at high risk of developing health complications due to the COVID-19 pandemic? If venturing out for essentials will put you or those you live with at-risk, then consider requesting a delivery of supplies. Whether it's groceries or toiletries, our volunteers will bring it to your doorstep! It's easy & free. Please use the button to sign up. Free Delivery ...