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Response to Imam Fatty’s false statements

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In the issue of The Standard newspaper of Friday, 31 October, 2014, the Imam of the State House Mosque in Banjul, Alhaji Abdoulie Fatty launched an attack on the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at and has once again made various unfounded allegations. As members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, we are going to set the record straight by exposing the unfounded allegations of this Imam.

The imam started by saying that the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at are not Muslims without giving any justifications. This declaration is against the sayings of Allah, the Almighty. In the Holy Qur’an Allah, the Almighty says: (O ye who believe!) … Say not to anyone who greets you with the greeting of peace (i.e. says Assalaamu Alaikum, like other Muslims) that, “you are not a believer.” (Ch, 4:95)

Imam Abdoulie Fatty has therefore gone against a direct commandment of Allah, the Almighty and indeed contravened the sayings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) who once ordered a census of Muslims in Madinah and directed: Write down for me the name of everyone who calls himself a Muslim. (Sahih al-Bukhari, Bab Kitabat al-Imam al-Nas.)

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Now, it is clear that the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at call themselves Muslims. This is clear indication that the definition of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is completely different from that of Abdoulie Fatty. We, the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at will always take the definition of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) over Alhaji Abdoulie Fatty or any other human being. 

The imam also said that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at “came here at the time of Farimang Singhateh although people claim that he accepted them due to ignorance about them.” Well, we are telling Imam Abdoulie Fatty that he does not know the history of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at in this country. First, it should be made known that Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at came to this country before Sir Farimang Singhateh became governor general.

It was on August 22, 1955, that the late Lamin Mbarra Njie of 11 Rankin Street in Bathurst (now Banjul), the late Ebrima Oliver of Primet Street and their compatriots wrote a letter to the Amir of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at in Nigeria requesting him to visit The Gambia. These young men and some elders like Ousman Njie ‘Gorrmak’ of Allen Street had the love of Islam in their hearts and wanted to learn more about their religion. As the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at had translated the Holy Qur’an and other Islamic literature in the English language, they thought it fit to invite the jama’at here so as to learn their religion better. For this reason, Alhaji Hamza Sanyaolo, a Nigerian missionary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, came to The Gambia in 1959. He worked extremely hard in the colony to establish the jama’at along with his brave and dedicated hosts. He returned to Nigeria in 1960 having completed his tour of duty. After him in 1960 came Ustaz Gibril Saeed who was a Ghanaian missionary of the jama’at. He was also hosted by the late Lamin Mbarra Njie. He left in 1961. The first Pakistani Ahmadiyya missionary to arrive in The Gambia was Chaudhry Muhammad Sharif who arrived on March 10, 1961. He stayed here preaching and teaching Islam until January 23, 1964. Alhaji Sir Muhammad Farimang Singhateh accepted and signed the bai’at at the hands of the Gambian pioneer missionary, Alhaji Ibrahima Jikineh in 1963 and became a sincere and devoted member of the jama’at more than three years before he became governor on July 5, 1966. We see therefore that Imam Abdoulie Fatty’s statement that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at was brought here by the Pakistanis at the time of Farimang Singhateh is unfounded. It was the youth of The Gambia, Bathurst in particular, who wrote and requested the jama’at to send representatives here and it was before Sir Farimang Singhateh became governor general.

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When The Gambia gained independence on 18 February, 1965, it was the amir of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, The Gambia, Maulana Ghulam Ahmad Badomali, who presented a copy of the Holy Qur’an to be used for the swearing-in ceremony. On this auspicious occasion the amir sahib of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at led prayers (du’a).  

He prayed for the peace, tranquility, and prosperity of the country and also prayed for the Muslim ummah and the entire people of this country. We ask, Imam Abdoulie Fatty, where he was then? In fact, he would not know these facts because he was not in The Gambia then. No one seems to know where he is from. The way he preaches is actually not Gambian; no wonder some people are saying that he is not a Gambian. The truth is before his coming here, there was complete religious harmony in this country. Muslims and Christians were living together in peaceful co-existence. So, we are tempted to ask whether he is a Gambian or not. If he is a Gambian what is his ancestry? Which village does he come from and who are his relatives?

His preaching style has nothing to do with The Gambia and in fact, it is reminiscent of those preachers in other countries whose aim is to hijack the executive power and cause civil strife. If the government and people of this country had not been sensible to discern his true intent, there might have been a civil strife here due to his fiery way of preaching. Fortunately for the people of this country, the government is sensible enough not to be swayed by self-serving and power hungry clerics.

Another unfounded and unwarranted statement Imam Abdoulie Fatty made is that the Gambian people should not be deceived by the fact that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at says that, “there is no Supreme Being but Allah and Muhammad is His Messenger.” This presupposes that whereas we are saying this, we actually don’t believe in it. Here Imam Abdoulie Fatty is taking himself to the rank of God (God forbid) for he is claiming to know what is in the heart of other men. Even the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) forbade this.

Hadhrat Usama bin Zaid (RA) relates that the Prophet (SAW) sent us to the oasis of the Juhaina tribe. We caught them early in the morning at their water-fountains. An ansari and I chased one of them and apprehended him. When we overpowered him, he exclaimed Laa Ilaaha Illallah (there is none worthy of worship except Allah) which caused my ansari companion to restrain his hand from him, but I pierced him with a spear and killed him. When we returned to Madina and the Holy Prophet (SAW) came to know of the incident, he asked: “O, Usama! Did you kill him in spite of the fact that he had recited Laa Ilaaha Illallah?” I replied: “O, Prophet of Allah! He was saying (these words) merely to ensure his safety.” The Holy Prophet (SAW) kept on repeating his question to a point when I wished I had not become a Muslim before that day. (Another tradition relates) The Holy Prophet (SAW) said, “You still killed him, even though he had affirmed Laa Ilaaha Illallah? “I clarified, “O, Prophet of Allah! He had said that because he was afraid of the weapon.” The Holy Prophet (SAW) exclaimed: “Why didn’t you cut his heart open to make sure if he had said it from the core of his heart?” The Prophet of Allah repeated this remark so many times that I wished I had not become a Muslim before that day.” (Bukhari, book of Al Maghaazi, chapter Ba’ah al-Nabi,Usamah bin Zaid ilal Harquat Min al Juhaina, p. 612)  

In another narration, the Holy prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: “What would you do with ‘Laa ilaaha illa Allah’ when it would come before you on the Day of Judgment and the Holy Prophet kept repeating these words.” (Sahih Muslim, Kitab-ul-Iman)

This clearly shows that it is not for a man to decide what is in the heart of another man or men. Where does Alhaji Abdoulie Fatty get the authority to decide on what is in our hearts?

Imam Abdoulie Fatty also mentioned Abdullah Bin Ubbay bin Salul (the chief of hypocrites in Madinah) in relation to the claims of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at. But the truth is the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) has given us a comprehensive definition of a hypocrite. He says:

“Whoever has the following four characteristics is a real hypocrite, and whoever has one of these characteristics has an element of hypocrisy until he leaves that habit: when he speaks, he tells a lie: When he is entrusted with anything he betrays, when he makes a promise; he breaks it and when he argues, he starts using foul language.” (Sahih Muslim)

Alhaji Abdoulie Fatty has also stated that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at does not believe in the finality of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Again, this statement is unfounded. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at believes completely in the fact that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is the Khatamun Nabiyyeen and the last law-bearing prophet to be raised by Allah, the Almighty. The truth is that it is Allah, the Almighty and His Prophet Muhammad (SAW) who prophesied that the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi (AS) will appear for the reformation of the Muslim ummah. The Holy Qur’an says:  He it is Who has raised among the unlettered people a Messenger from among themselves who recites unto them His Signs, and purifies them, and teaches them the Book and Wisdom though before that they were in manifest error; And He will raise him among others of them who have not yet joined them. He is the Mighty, the Wise. (CH. 62:3-4)

In these verses of the Holy Qur’an, a second advent of the Holy Prophet in the person of the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi has been foretold. This is the interpretation of the Prophet himself. Abu Hurairah relates: “One day we were sitting with the Holy Prophet (SAW) when Surah Jumu’ah was revealed. I enquired from the Holy Prophet, ‘Who are the people to whom the words, ‘and among others of them who have not yet joined them,’ refer. Salman, the Persian, was sitting among us. Upon my repeatedly asking him the same question, the Holy Prophet put his hand on Salman and said, ‘If Faith were to go up to the Pleiades, a man from these would, surely, find it.’” (Bukhari, Kitabut Tafsir) 

So this is the interpretation given to these verses by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) himself and there is no scholar who can be compared to him in terms of knowledge, religious or otherwise. In many other ahadith, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) has given us the glad tidings of the coming of the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi. The early Muslim scholars also spoke about the advent of Imam Mahdi and even our forefathers in this country spoke constantly about this great event. Among the ahadith we want to present here is one that has a sign that cannot be forged by any mortal. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) says: ‘For our Mahdi there are two signs which have never taken place ever since the Earth and the Heavens came into existence. One is that in the same month of Ramadan the moon shall be eclipsed on the first of its nights (of eclipse 13th 14th and 15th) and the sun in the middle of its days; and such a sign has never occurred ever since the creation of the Earth and the Heavens.’ (Dar-al-Qutni, Vol. 8, p. 188). This tradition is also found in Ikmal-al-Din, p. 361.

Now, this mighty sign should not leave any one in doubt about the truthfulness of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) or the righteousness of the claim of Syedina Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian (AS). For, after laying claim to being the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi, he also revealed beforehand that the sign prophesied by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) will be fulfilled in his testimony. As such, on Thursday, 13th Ramadan 1311H corresponding to 21st March, 1894 of the Christian era from (7:00pm to 9:30pm Calcutta time), the moon was eclipsed and the sun eclipsed on Friday, 28th of the same month of Ramadan 1311H corresponding to 6th April, 1894 from 09:00am to 11:00am. What further proof does one require to accept this prophesy of Rasulullah (SAW)? The same awe-inspiring incident occurred in 1895 in the Western Hemisphere. This can also be verified in the Encyclopedia Britannica (15th Edition, Vol.7 p. 697 and other references such as The Story of Eclipses, George F Chambers, FRAS, published in 1902 on page 32). It was so widespread that it could be viewed even here in this region. As such, the occurrence is known as Foday Kaba Loolo (the Star of Foday Kaba) in Mandinka and in Wolof it was known as Atam Juma Njati in Senegal.  

In short, the coming of the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi (AS) is not the invention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at but the promise of Allah, the Almighty and His Noble Messenger (SAW). In another instance the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: Fa izaa ra’aitumuuhu fabaayi’oo hu wa law habwan alshalji (If you come across the Imam Mahdi take allegiance at his hand even if you have to crawl on ice).  

On the issue of Ahmadis not praying behind others, again Imam Abdoulie Fatty has got his facts wrong. We are simply following the directives of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) who is our master and guide. For it is he who told us: Kaifa antum izaa nazala fiikum ibnu Mariyama wa imaamukum minkum (How would it be with you when the Son of Mary descends among you and you will have an imam raised among you? (In another version he will lead you from among you) (Sahihul Bukhari, Kitabul-Anbiya, chap. Nuzul Isa bin Maryam). 

As we believe that the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi (AS) are one and the same (based on another hadith which says Laa Mahdi Illa Isa (There is no Mahdi except Isa Ibni Maajah). We understand that the Holy Prophet means that the imam will be from among us. But to be frank, apart from this, who will pray behind an imam who is constantly castigating people and has not spared anybody in his vitriolic pronouncements? For the truth is, there is hardly any religious group in this country that has not been attacked by Imam Abdoulie Fatty! An imam who even insults while delivering a Friday sermon? 

Another unfounded statement made by Alhaji Abdoulie Fatty is that the Gambian Ahmadis have been deceived by the Pakistanis and have left the religion they found their forefathers on. This is not new. The disbelievers of Makkah made similar statements to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

In Surah Ma’idah, Allah the Glorious says: “…Sufficient for us is that wherein we found our fathers.” (Ch. 5:105)

Again in Surah Al- Zukhruf we read: “…We found our fathers following a certain course, and we are following in their footsteps.” (Ch. 43:24)

Yet again we find this issue mentioned in Surah Luqman where Allah says: “And when it is said to them, ‘follow that which Allah has revealed,’ they say, ‘Nay, we shall follow that which we found our fathers following…’” (Ch. 31:22)

It is clear from the foregoing verses that the argument of Imam Abdoulie Fatty is flawed. In fact, if we were only to follow what we found our fathers on, we will not be Muslims, for; the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) himself did not find his father in Islam. He founded the religion and what better example can we seek other than that of Muhammad, the Best of Creation and the Seal of the Prophets (SAW)? 

So, here again we ask Abdoulie Fatty, are you following the example of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) or the example of the Makkan disbelievers?

Imam Abdoulie Fatty also says that the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at are pests who want to destroy the products of (their) farm – Islam. It seems Imam Abdoulie Fatty thinks that he and those in his ilk own Islam and no other person can lay claim to it. We want to tell Imam Abdoulie Fatty that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at has been protecting the sanctity of Islam even before he was born. It was the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at that first translated the Holy Qur’an, the Word of Allah, the Almighty in the English language for the general use and benefit of those who do not know the Arabic language in which it was revealed. At that time, apart from the translations of non-Muslims there existed no translation of the Holy Book. In The Gambia here, we translated the Holy Quran in Mandinka, Wolof and Fula. The people found the translations very useful for they learnt their religion firsthand and did not have to rely on someone else in order to understand what Allah has said. Among the services the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at introduced here was the delivering of the Friday sermon in local languages. Before the coming of Ahmadiyyat in this country, Friday and eid sermons used to be delivered in Arabic and thus people will not understand. Among the services rendered by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at was the production of Islamic literature which was and is still being appreciated by the ordinary man in the street. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at presented the Muslim Prayer Book and the Yasarnal Qur’an which have both become household names in this country. In May, 1970, the then Worldwide Spiritual Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, Hadhrat Hafiz Mirza Nasir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih III (RH) came to The Gambia and while here saw in a vision that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at should help third world countries in areas of education and health. For that reason, he launched a scheme known as the Nusrat Jehan Scheme which built schools, clinics and hospitals all over the country and in other countries at a time that it was needed. This is done in order to complement the efforts of the government of the country because we believe that a government cannot do it all and the citizens of a country have a duty to contribute to the development of their country. And despite Imam Abdoulie Fatty’s persistent calls for people to boycott our schools and hospitals, students are still attending our schools. The choice of school is for a student and his or her parents to make and is not the business of any cleric to tell students which school to attend and which one not to attend. In a hadith, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said that if a good Muslim lives somewhere, even the animals should know that a Muslim is living here because of his beneficence and service to humanity. That is why the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at builds schools and hospitals for the benefit of the people of this country. We ask Imam Abdoulie Fatty, what he has done to benefit the people of this country; of course, apart from using the pulpit of the State House Mosque and other forums to insult groups and individuals? This was not the way of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

Another issue raised by Imam Abdoulie Fatty is that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said that Islam will be divided into 73 sects and all of them will go to hell except one. Is it Imam Abdoulie Fatty’s reasoning that the 72 sects are one and that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at is the one going to hell? That does not agree with the wording of our master, Muhammad Mustapha (SAW) for the hadith says that it will be the people who will be on the path on which he (Muhammad) and his companions were. We know of no other jama’at defending Islam all over the world under the leadership of one khalifah apart from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at. In fact, what sect is he? Because he must belong to a sect according to this hadith. The people who are being persecuted by the rest of society like the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was persecuted are the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at. Indeed, Imam Abdoulie Fatty is advocating for the banning of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at in The Gambia just as Abu Jahl and others sought to ban the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and his companions. Imam Abdoulie Fatty’s method of preaching is indeed similar to the ways of Abu Jahl and his cohorts in Makkah.

Imam Abdoulie Fatty is calling Islam his farm from which he benefits. We on the other hand do not believe that we should live off of Islam rather we should make Islam survive. That is why; every member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at contributes his or her quota to the propagation and development of Islam all over the world. Ahmadis pay in addition to zaka’at, a minimum of one sixteenth and a maximum of one third of their income to the jama’at under a Bait-ul-Mal (Treasury) system so as to propagate Islam. We use such monies from the Bait-ul-Mal to publish the Holy Qur’an and other books on Islamic literature, build mosques for the worship of Allah, and build schools and hospitals for the benefit of society and so many other services rendered by the jama’at in accordance with Islamic teachings. Some of the financial schemes of the jama’at include: Chanda Am, Waaiyat, Tahrik-e-Jadid, Waqfi Jadid etc. When the Muslim rule ended in Andalusia (present day Spain) it was the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at that built the first mosque there in Cordoba after a period of 700 years. It was also the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at that built the first ever mosque in London, United Kingdom in 1924. 

We ask Imam Abdoulie Fatty, what has he done in the defence of Islam and does he think any Gambian will entrust his or her money to him? We doubt it. The truth is, we don’t beg around, we do not depend on governments for the services we render nor do we depend on any organisation in the world. Each Ahmadi sees it as a duty to contribute his or her quota so as to propagate Islam and develop our country. When members make payments, they are issued receipts and the accounts are properly recorded. These accounts are so transparent that they are audited twice a year. This is in line with the practice of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and his companions as they used to spend their wealth in the service of Islam. 

One of the most ridiculous statements Imam Abdoulie Fatty made was that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at spreads fitna (disorder) in the world. Nothing could be further from the truth! The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at is established in 206 countries in the world and not a single instance can be cited here or abroad that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at brought fitna anywhere. The jama’at is known for being law-abiding and being responsible citizens in all parts of the world. He cited the case of Mamut Fana village to show that the jama’at is bringing fitna but the truth is; he and his cohorts are the ones bringing fitna. The people of Mamut Fana village were genuinely convinced of the truth of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at and wanted to be members of the jama’at. When Abdoulie Fatty and his colleagues heard this news, they were enraged and went there on Monday, 13 July 2014 in a government vehicle (Registration Number GG 1366) during the Holy Month of Ramadan to tell the people to leave the jama’at and even threatened them. But the people refused and said even if they were to be gunned down, they believe that the Imam Mahdi has come and Ahmadis are true Muslims. In 1997 you called for Ahmadis to be taken to July 22 Square to be slaughtered. We wonder whether a true Gambian will make such a statement. Now, who is the one bringing fitna?

The issue of Imam Abdoulie Fatty being an agitator of fitna in this country is not a secret to anyone. Prior to the coming of Imam Abdoulie Fatty, there was peace and harmony in this country. He came and brought his un-Gambian style of preaching and poisoned the atmosphere and now there is a lot of religious intolerance in The Gambia. We were all here when he raised the issue of the veil at St Therese’s School in Kanifing and the Friday sermon he delivered after that incident. He raised issues which have the potential to bring civil disorder in the country. Is there any religious group or organisation that he has   not vilified in this country? The Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) has said in a hadith that a true Muslim is one from whose tongue and hand others are safe. Is anyone safe from his tongue and hand?

There is no record anywhere in police, in courts, ministries, departments or office showing that Ahmadyya Muslim Jama’at has been involved in disorder, violence or subversive activities. We are always found to be loyal and law-abiding citizens.

In fact, the fact of him being the one who raises the head of fitna is so palpable that even the ordinary man in the street is not unaware of it. Also, he is fond of making unfounded allegations against people in this country. In 1997 he said that when one prays in the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at’s Mosque one is paid an amount of D25. This is completely untrue and he knew it and willfully wanted to mislead the people or his hatred against the jama’at is so intense that he can fabricate statements just to discredit them. The Holy Qur’an says: ‘O ye who believe! Be steadfast in the cause of Allah, bearing witness in equity; and let not a people’s enmity incite you to act otherwise than with justice. Be always just, that is nearer to righteousness. And fear Allah. Surely, Allah is aware of what you do.’ (Ch. 5:9) 

If it is his hatred against the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at that is making him make up these unfounded allegations against the jama’at, then at least let him fear Allah and refrain from acting unjustly. On Saturday, 28 April, 2001 he made a similar allegation at a gaamo at Essau Jammeh Kunda that Ahmadis pay D25 to anyone who prays in their mosque and a lady stood up to say that that was not true because she prays there and has never been paid for it. She was whisked away from the crowd because the people did not want to upset him. At least justice should have compelled him to issue proofs in light of the fact that an ordinary woman had the courage to deny what he said in public! With your influence and ‘learning’, it must have taken the lady a lot of courage to contradict, ‘the scholar’ in public like that. This shows that even the ordinary people know of his fertile imagination!

It is recorded in the history of Islam that once a Christian delegation from Najran went to Madinah to discuss with the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) about religion. The meeting took place in Masjid Nabawi. When it was time for them to offer their prayers they prepared to go out and pray whereupon the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) told them that they could pray there because it was not his house but the House of God! What an excellent example from the Acme of Creation and the Best of Messengers! Do we now have the heart to let a Christian pray in our mosques? The truth is Muslims are killing other Muslims while they are praying in their mosques. Who would dare invite a Christian to pray in a mosque where Abdoulie Fatty is imam?

It is unfortunate that he, an imam, is using state apparatus, facilities, platform, media, and private FM stations to slander, castigate, and make false statements and insult individuals and groups. If somebody is to be banned in this country it should be him. He is undermining the peace and stability of this country through his behaviour and actions. And it is strange because sometimes he speaks as if he is the president of this country.

The Islam of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is dearer to us than our lives, properties and all worldly objects. We the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at will always defend with our lives the honour and dignity of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) whose prophethood has reached the highest pinnacles of spirituality, the Seal of the Prophets, our Master and Guide and the Holy Quran, the complete and perfect and final book from Allah, the Almighty through peaceful means. Islam is our religion we will continue to live as Muslims and die as Muslims. We will never waver in our faith.

May Allah, the Almighty enable us to propagate the true teachings of Islam and enable us to follow the true sunnah (practice) of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and may He assist us to serve humanity at large and shower His Grace and Mercy upon our dear and beloved country and maintain the existing peace, stability and tranquility in the country. Ameen!

Wassalaam.

 

Press and Publication Department

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, The Gambia

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