Supervisor Hilda H. Solis introduced Imam Mohammed Zafarullah and the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and commanded the community and Imam Zafarullah for the humanitarian and social services.
Los Angeles County held its annual board meeting on February 14, 2017, at their offices in Los Angeles where Ms. Hilda H. Solis, supervisor of the 1st District, invited Imam Mohammed Zafarullah to be recognized for the humanitarian services rendered by the Ahmadiyya Muslim community.
Imam Mohammed Zafarullah, who serves as the regional missionary for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA’s Southwest Region, was accompanied by Mr Qadir Malik from Baitul Hameed Mosque..
Supervisor Hilda H. Solis briefly introduced Imam Mohammed Zafarullah and the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and commanded the community and Imam Zafarullah for their humanitarian and social services provided locally, nationally, and internationally.
Imam Zafarullah was invited to address the Board and attendees of the meeting.
Imam Zafarullah detailed the work community is carrying-out all over the world in healthcare, education, and disaster relief services fields, especially in the remote regions of the world. Imam told the audience how the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is helping by opening schools, colleges, and hospitals in very poor regions of Africa and providing the public with clean drinking water also.
Locally, in Los Angeles area, the community is helping the poor and the needy by providing lunch boxes every weekend, the Imam said. Local Ahmadiyya chapters are also helping the needy by distributing blankets and providing other day-to-day requirements.
At the end of his address, the Imam displayed the sticker with the slogan â€œLove For All Hatred For Noneâ€.
The book,â€œWorld Crisis And Pathway To Peaceâ€ by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the world head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, was presented to the Board Director, the Supervisor, and several other members of the Board.