Posts By: Vadood Nasir

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Corona in the time of the cherry blossoms

May 7, 2020 corona

There is a lesson to be learnt from the optimistic beauty of the cherry blossoms, which continue to usher in spring, come rain or shine.

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The power of the good word

May 1, 2020 Ramadan

In these difficult times, people are in need of hearing positive words more than ever before, writes Reem Shraiky a life devotee of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

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How to Beat Loneliness in an Age of Social Distancing

May 1, 2020 corona

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) has consistently demonstrated a zeal to serve humanity, with the group’s motto of ‘Love for All Hatred for None’ writes Noor Hadi

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How Facemasks Have Left Prejudice Exposed

April 30, 2020 corona

Many countries rush to enshrine the use of face masks in law, bans against face veils, seem tragically ironic.

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A time of realisation and reckoning

April 29, 2020 corona

True leadership is increasingly rare, but there is one shining exception writes Farooq Aftab

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A Conversation with Qamar Suleman sahib

April 25, 2020 Other

A conversation with Syed Qamar Suleman sahib, Wakil Waqf-e-Nau, who attended the 2019 Jalsa Salana UK as an official representative of Tehrik-e-Jadid Pakistan.

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Fighting Hunger this Ramadan

April 25, 2020 Ramadan

By Frasat Ahmad – Missionary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, serving in USA Our world works in strange dichotomies and stark contrasts. Gluttony and starvation,...

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From the Brink of Death to Witnessing Almighty Allah and Being Granted a New Life – Part 2

April 23, 2020 corona

By Ibrahim Ikhlaf (life devotee of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community)  A Dangerous Incident On Monday the nurses reported that I, while in the ICU, removed...

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How Covid-19 is forcing policymakers to tackle homelessness

April 22, 2020 corona

The coronavirus is serving as an equalizer by revealing the broken parts of developed countries writes Ayilah Chaudhary. The latest shelter-in-home/stay-at-home mandates have fundamentally changed...

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‘Apathy to change: Will this crisis end like the last one?’

April 21, 2020 corona

Global crises often result in waves of reformations – will Covid-19 be the straw that breaks the back of apathy and lead to meaningful change?...

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