February 12th – February 18th- “Ahmadi Muslims cheer Black History Month”

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Letter to the Editor

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Letter Title: “Ahmadi Muslims cheer Black History Month

Black History month is special for Ahmadi Muslims as it was in February when the first Muslim Missionary in America Dr. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, arrived in Philadelphia and swiftly established the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, among America’s oldest and largest Islamic Organization. He also established America’s longest running Islamic periodical, the Muslim Sunrise under the auspices of the second Caliph of Messiah Ahmad. Sadiq came to win hearts towards Islam as the best solution to societal ills. Sadiq awakened Americans to the lasting revolutions brought about by Prophet Muhammad, who was sent as a mercy to all people for all times, and to announce the advent of the global Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, of whom Sadiq was a prominent disciple. When racial discrimination against Blacks, Indians, Asians, and other “darker races” rocked the nation, reminiscent of today, Sadiq practiced and preached the needed Islamic principle of universal siblinghood. 

Mosques never separated people based on race or social class. In fact, when segregation based on color was the norm and blacks had to take the back seat in America’s public, our African American Ahmadi Muslims blessed the front rows of our Mosques and were the foremost Muezzins or callers to prayers as well as Chapter Presidents throughout the nation. Sadiq revealed to Black Americans that Islam was the religion of their forefathers before slavery. African Americans were not only the earliest converts and pioneers, but the majority of our community. Not only did our Ahmadi Muslim predecessors influence and contribute to the civil rights movement but our efforts to actualize racial equity and equality predated it. “Love for all, hatred for none” is the culture my Ahmadiyya Muslim Community gifted the United States one century ago this month.

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