11 Jul The Detroit Address Audiobook
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.
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