Month: October 2017

How a Romanian Christian Became an Ahmadi Muslim | #ConvertsLikeUs

By Anne-Marie Ionescu | Picture the scene. A post-communist Romanian family living in East London. In 1989 the fall came and a daughter was born into a loving family where neither religion nor spirituality were discussed at the dinner table. There I grew and lived, the sole member of the family with any inclination toward God […]

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Book Review | Craig Considine’s “Islam, Race and Pluralism” Provides a Path to Unity

  By Damir Rafi | An Irish Muslim willing to sacrifice his life for his new country; A second-generation Pakistani in diaspora embodying the American Dream; an Ahmadi emigrating to America due to violent persecution in his previous homeland; a doctor working abroad to provide for his family thousands of miles away.

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Algerian persecution of Ahmadis

Why the Algerian government is targeting peaceful Ahmadi Muslims

Algeria, in the grand scheme of things, is not an old country. Liberated from French colonial power after almost a decade of war between the French government and the Algerian National Liberation Front, the new country was born in 1962, after great turmoil and strife. Young though it is, Algeria rapidly developed into a relatively […]

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