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Imam of Adelaide’s Largest Mosque Calls for Peace Amidst Rising Global Tensions

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community < 1 mins read
Peace Symposium

As the world faces mounting tensions and uncertainties that some fear may lead to a Third World War, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is extending an urgent call for remembrance, dialogue, and peace. Imam Kamran Tahir of the Mahmood Mosque is hosting a Peace Symposium on Remembrance Day, a day when the world pauses to remember the horrors of past conflicts and the sacrifices made by countless individuals. However, amidst the current situation in the Middle East, it is apparent that the lessons of the World Wars have faded into memory, and the world stands at a crossroads that may lead to unprecedented conflict.

 

His Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, has been tirelessly advocating for global peace and has issued a stark warning about the imminent dangers facing the world. In the face of these ominous threats, His Holiness has also provided a path towards averting disaster and forging a course to peace.

 

Event Details:

  • Date: Saturday, November 11th, 2023
  • Time: 5:45 PM (Arrival) for a 6:00 PM start
  • Location: Mahmood Mosque, 6-8 Toogood Ave, Beverley SA 5009

 

We invite the media, community leaders, faith leaders, and concerned citizens to join us for this crucial event.


Contact details:

Dr Sharif Rasel

adelaide.ahmadiyya@gmail.com

0469 078 152

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