On 9 March 2019, the World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifa (Caliph), His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad delivered the keynote address at the 16th National Peace Symposium hosted by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK. The event was held in London with an audience of more than 1000, including 700 dignitaries and … Continue reading A message of peace
Protests taking place demanding end of atrocities against Sikhs and Kashmiris by the Indian government turned violent in central London today, with at least three people injured and two arrested by Scotland Yard. The protests were mainly organised by a host of Sikh organisations seeking release of Sikh prisoners in Indian jails. The Sikh demonstrators … Continue reading Sikh community outrage over India in London
While many around the world celebrated International Women's Day as a progressive movement towards equality between men and women. Six pro-government newspapers in Turkey on Monday, called for a campaign against what they called enemies of the call to prayer, referring to women who jeered during the adhan coming from a nearby mosque during a … Continue reading Istanbul unrest on Women’s Day
Internationally, human rights records are at crisis level. An institutional right to every human being from birth regardless of any bias, yet so few countries manage to uphold their responsibilities to their citizens. In some cases western countries fairing no better. The UK fortunately stands highly amongst its western counterparts with a very good human … Continue reading Make it Write! Human Rights report 2017
The Daily Express explores if travelling to Spain is safe after Catalonia officially voted to declare independence from Spain.The Catalan parliament ahead of Madrid’s vote on whether to impose Article 155 passed with 70 votes in favour, 10 against and 2 blank ballots in Barcelona..Spain has been rocked by violence and protests regarding the issue since … Continue reading Is Spain safe?