Hindu Council participates in Annual Function of Ahmadiyya Muslims

Ahamadiyya Muslim Association is holding a three day annual function (salana jalasa) during the Easter long weekend with delegates from inter state and overseas. There were anout 3,000 ateendees including a Christian reverend and some of the MPs. Hindu Council was represented by Surinder Jain, National Vice President and Bimal Joshi, National Joint Secretary. There were many speeches about the message of the Ahmadiyya prophet and some by MPs extolling how well Ahmadiyya community is integrating and is enriching Australia. During the speeches slogans and shouts of praising their Spiritual Leader, Australia Jindabaad and Jai ho were heard.

Ahamadiyyas are a Muslim sect that originated in Kaadiyaan village near Amritsar in India. They are prosecuted, their mosques are attacked in Pakistan as some Muslims consider them to be non-muslims for believing that the Ahmadiyya spiritual founder is a prophet for all mankind. They are a highly prosecuted community in Pakistan where they had relocated after the formation of Pakistan for all muslims in 1947. Today their spiritual; headquarter is in UK. There are about 4,000 Ahmadiyyas in Sydney and perhaps about 7,000 all over Australia.

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