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US: Ahmadi Muslim women commemorate the life of Prophet Muhammad


In the guise of freedom of speech, Prophet Muhammad and his followers have been at the forefront of attacks by many. The most recent of such attacks were seen in the form of the film “Innocence of Muslims” which generated violent protests across the Muslim world from Morocco to Indonesia.

The Ahmadi Muslim women reiterated that thay categorically condemns any
kind of violence or terrorism but they also do not condone meaningless defamation
of their religious founder or any other prophets. (Photo: Shahina Bashir)

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Source/Credit: Germantown Islam Examiner
By Shahina Bashir | November 12, 2012

On Sunday, November 11, the Women’s Auxiliary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community held their annual program, Seeratun Nabi at the Community’s Headquarters, Baitur Rahman Mosque in Silver Spring, Maryland. It is an event which commemorates the life of the Prophet Muhammad. The program was attended by about hundred and fifty members of the auxiliary and 15 guests from the Jewish and Christian faiths.

In the guise of freedom of speech, Prophet Muhammad and his followers have been at the forefront of attacks by many. The most recent of such attacks were seen in the form of the film “Innocence of Muslims” which generated violent protests across the Muslim world from Morocco to Indonesia. With the ongoing attacks on the person of the Prophet of Islam, the Ahmadi Muslim women took it upon themselves to talk about the real Prophet Muhammad and not the one who has been ridiculed.

The event included three speeches- “Non-Muslim Scholarship on Prophet Muhammad” by Zuna Ahmad of Columbia, “Misconceptions about Prophet Muhammad” by Sadia Naseem, a student at University of Maryland, and “True Love for Prophet Muhammad” by Ruqaiya Asad of Frederick. The speeches were complimented by poems and salutations on the Prophet Muhammad. The speakers went into depths about why the Muslims show indignation when the Prophet Muhammad is ridiculed. They reiterated that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community categorically condemns any kind of violence or terrorism but they also do not condone meaningless defamation of their religious founder or any other prophets.

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