Mirza Masroor Ahmad

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"Those who shed the blood of the innocent, have nothing to do with Islam and the Holy Prophet."

Mirza Masroor Ahmad (born 15 September 1950) is the fifth Fifth Caliph of the Messiah, the spiritual and administrative head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.[1] He was elected to this lifelong position on 22nd April 2003.

Eid and Friday Sermons[edit]

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  • We must develop the very highest standards of compassion for all humanity. Love for every person should gush forth from our hearts like water gushes from a fountain. We must nurse those who are in pain or those whose hearts ache with grief. Only then can we be considered true representatives of Islam.
  • Our work is to spread the message of Islam and an inherent part of Islam is peace. Today, there is a great deal of disturbance and conflict in the world but that will never stop us from our mission.
  • I believe in that one god who is the lord of all nations, all races & all religions, and so it becomes impossible that I could ever develop any hatred in my heart for any nation, any race or any religion.

Others[edit]

See also: Ahmadiyya and Mirza Ghulam Ahmad


  • The Peace and Beauty of any Society is Dependent Upon Justice and Honesty at all Levels.
  • Those who shed the blood of the innocent have nothing to do with Islam and the Holy Prophet.
  • It makes no difference to us what your religion is because we believe that as humanity we are all one. Thus, no matter what a person's belief we should love and respect each other.
  • Whether it be the new year or Eid, our true happiness will be when we raise the banner of the unity of God in every corner of the world, for which the Holy Prophet (sa) was commissioned in this world. Our true happiness will be when humanity begins to recognise true human values, and when hatred turns to love. May God soon grant us the means to this true happiness.
  • Love for all, Hatred for none is actually the basis of the Quran's teachings because Islam means peace and Love for all of Mankind.
  • Peace cannot be established by blaming religion; rather, it can only be achieved by campaigning against transgression and injustice while keeping religion aside.
  • 'Nations Cannot Be Reformed With Out The Reformation Of The Youth.' These enlightened words have not only become the main slogan of Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya (Ahmadi Youth), but have also become the basis of its activities and schemes. however, it is not enough to merely repeat this slogan or to have it printed on posters or badges, rather you must understand its true meaning and the underlying philosophy behind these profound words.
  • All people and all organisations must collectively endeavour to uphold Human Values, and strive to make the world in which we live a better and far more harmonious place.
  • True celebration will be when all of mankind upholds the values of humanity; when the vengeance between people turns into love.
  • We, Ahmadi Muslims Do not hate anyone, But to those who oppose us or hate us, we respond only with love And prayers because that is what The Quran has taught.
  • The life of every single Ahmadi Muslim is important and of great value to me.
  • As the Prophet of Islam (saw) so beautifully stated, we must love for others, what we love for ourselves.
  • As it pertains to financial sacrifices, there are none in the world who have more experience than Ahmadis. Their sacrifices are only for the sake of attaining the pleasure of God. They do not present their sacrifices bearing in mind that God will grant them more worldly wealth, rather they do so solely for the sake of God. There are even those who face strained financial circumstances, yet they still present financial sacrifices, trusting that God will take care of them and their needs.
  • Our true Happiness will be when humanity begins to recognise the rights we owe to one another, when hatred turns to love.
  • Islam proclaims that all people are born equal, no matter where they hail from or the color of their skin.
  • Rather than being a restriction, Hijab is actually a supreme right.

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