EXCLUSIVE: Peace Symposium 2017 Keynote Address

GLOBAL CONFLICTS AND THE NEED FOR JUSTICE
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih V(aba)
On 25th March 2017, the Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifah (Caliph), His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmadaba delivered the keynote address at the 14th National Peace Symposium hosted by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK.

May 2017

    Global Conflicts & the Need for Justice
    Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih V(aba)
    Whilst global leaders threaten each other with armed conflict, the leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community urges government ministers and faith leaders alike – in his keynote address at the 14th National Peace Symposium – to find peaceful solutions to these global conflicts, which may easily lead to worldwide catastrophe and destruction on a scale that has never been witnessed in the history of mankind.
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