Fazal E Umar Soccer League points table

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Fazal E Umar soccer league is on its way and all the teams having a great time on the field. Ahmad FC is standing on top with 4 points in two matches with one win and one draw and goal average of +1. Noor FC and Mehmood FC are standing 2nd and 3rd position respectively with three points each.  Tahir Soccer Club is on 4th place with two points.  Masroor FC and Umer FC are on 5th and 6th place with only one point each whereas Nasir FC is in the bottom of the table with one point.  Masroor FC and Umer FC have played only one match whereas all other teams have played two two matches.

All Rabwah Halqa vise volleyball tournament will start in May

All Rabwah Halqa vise volleyball tournament will start in May

Majlis Khudam Ul Ahmadiyya Maqami is organizing All Rabwah Halqa vise volleyball tournament in May. The last date of entering the team for the tournament is 5th May. The entry form can be received from the office of majlis Khudam Ul Ahmadiyya, Ewan E WQadoos Rabwah. Entry fee for the each team will be 300 rupees.

IAAAE (International Association of Ahmadi Architect and Engineers) organized a convention in Tahir heart institute Rabwah

IAAAE (International Association of Ahmadi Architect and Engineers) organized a convention in Tahir heart institute Rabwah

Convention IAAAE is an international organization catering to the social and professional development needs of Ahmadi Muslim engineers, architects and technologists.

IAAAE often organizes the conventions and seminars in order to provide the latest information and to keep updated the experts of the technological field about the developments around the world in the field of information & technology, and engineering.

IAAAE organized a gathering of All Pakistan Ahmadi Architects, engineers and technologists on 23rd and 24th April 2016 in Tahir Heart Institute Rabwah. A large number of the professionals and expert intellectuals of the technological fields participated in the meeting and shared the latest information and progress of the modern trends and expertise in the field of technology.

Skylite Networks not only always actively participate in all the conventions of IAAAE but also provide all the necessary equipment and cooperation with organizers including worldwide live coverage for those professionals who are unable to reach the event themselves.

Skylite Networks not only provided the worldwide live streaming but also delivered the best assistance by the most skilled and professional teams of different departments of Skylite Networks. Experts and members of our Power Department, Graphics Department, Research & development Department, PR department, Admin Department and IT department kept working and offered full cooperation with the organizers of the event.

Skylite Networks also fixed an advertising stall of the organization in which all the necessary equipment’s and  information was provided by the different departments and projects of Skylite Networks by the PR department.

In the end of the mega event, an honorary shield and certificate were presented to Skylite Networks and organizers of the IAAAE admired the efforts and collaboration of Skylite Networks which made the occasion successful.

 

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Scotland Yard Chief promises to safeguard the rights of Ahmadis

Scotland Yard Chief promises to safeguard the rights of Ahmadis

The Chief police officer of Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has promised to protect and safeguarded the rights of Ahmadi Muslims in the UK as he visited the center of Ahmadis in the UK.

Ahmadis have been facing religious discrimination and hate from the different religious groups in all over the world including England. A couple of weeks ago an Ahmadi shopkeeper AsadShah was killed for the religious difference of beliefs by a religious extremist 32-year-old Tanweer Ahmad. Meanwhile, a large quantity of literature was also captured by the London police in which people were encouraged to kill Ahmadis.

 

The Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe visited Baitul Futuh Mosque, to offer reassurance to Ahmadiyya community leaders concerned about anti-Ahmadiyya sentiment following the recent murder of Asad Shah in Glasgow.

Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, said:

“I just wanted to reassure you that, first of all, as the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, we are here to look after you.”

“I want to stand by you to make sure that you are protected, and that while we are here, you will have that security.”

“Following tragic events in Glasgow, I wanted to stand side-by-side with the Ahmadiyya community in London. I wanted to reassure them. We are lucky in London to live in a safe city where tolerance and acceptance are celebrated. I hope my visit has gone some way to reassure the community here today of our support and that we will robustly police anyone who carries out or threatens violence or indeed any other crime.”

Farooq Aftab, National Vice President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association, said: “The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community appreciates the visit of Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe to the Baitul Futuh Mosque and is pleased to hear that the police are taking the issue of extremism and radicalisation very seriously.”

 

Scottish Member of Parliament MP Angus Robertson met with Ahmadiyya Leader in London

Scottish Member of Parliament MP Angus Robertson met with Ahmadiyya Leader in London

London; The member of Scottish National Party and MP in the UK Parliament, Angus Robertson met with the leader of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad at the community’s headquarters in London on Wednesday, April 27th.

Robertson has been raising the voice for the rights of Ahmadis and hate against Ahmadis by the different religious groups. He also raised the voice in the Parliament of UK in Asad Shah Murder case.

“The death of Asad Shah was a turning point for us”
“We know f boycotts and assaults of Ahmadi Muslims but nothing like this had happened before”

Remember that Asad Shah an Ahmadi shopkeeper was murdered in Glasgow by a 32 years old Muslim extremist for religious hate.

The killer Tanweer Ahmad who later said he killed Mr. Shah for “disrespecting Islam”.

Mr. Robertson said

“There are reports of Ahmadi Muslims being refused employment, businesses being boycotted, schoolchildren being bullied and shunned, and in Scotland, people like the lawyer Aamer Anwar, who has worked to bring faith leaders together, have faced death threats.”