LETTERS TO WORLD LEADERS – PART 2

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Fifth Khalifa of the Promised Messiah, Head of the Worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim community

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Letter to Prime Minister of United Kingdom

16 Gressenhall Road
Southfields, London
SW18 5QL
United Kingdom

15 April 2012

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Rt. Hon. David Cameron
10 Downing Street, London
SW1A 2AA
United Kingdom

Dear Prime Minister,

In light of the perilous and precarious circumstances that the world is currently passing through, I felt it necessary to write to you. As the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, you have the authority to make decisions that will affect the future of your country, and the world at large. Today, the world stands in dire need of peace because the sparks of war can be seen all around the world. Conflicts between countries on a small-scale are threatening to erupt into a global conflict. We observe that the situation of the world today is similar to the situation in 1932, both economically and politically. There are many other similarities and parallels, which when combined together, form the same image today that was witnessed just prior to the outbreak of the Second World War. If these sparks ever truly ignite, we will witness the terrifying scenario of a Third World War. With numerous countries, large and small, possessing nuclear weapons, such a war would undoubtedly involve atomic warfare. The weapons available today are so destructive that they could lead to generation after generation of children being born with severe genetic or physical defects. Japan is the one country to have experienced the abhorrent consequences of atomic warfare, when it was attacked by nuclear bombs during the Second World War, annihilating two of its cities. Yet the nuclear bombs that were used at that time and which caused widespread devastation, were much less powerful than the atomic weapons that are possessed by even certain small nations today. Therefore, it is the duty of the superpowers to sit down together to find a solution to save humanity from the brink of disaster.

What causes great fear is the knowledge that the nuclear weapons in smaller countries could end up in the hands of trigger-happy people who either do not have the ability, or who choose not to think about the consequences of their actions. If the major powers do not act with justice, do not eliminate the frustrations of smaller nations and do not adopt great and wise policies, then the situation will spiral out of all control and the destruction that will follow is beyond our comprehension and imagination. Even the majority of the world’s population who do desire peace will also become engulfed by this devastation.

Thus, it is my ardent wish and prayer that you and the leaders of all major nations come to understand this dreadful reality, and so instead of adopting aggressive policies and utilising force to achieve your aims and objectives, you should strive to adopt policies that promote and secure justice.

If we look at the recent past, Britain ruled over many countries and left behind a high standard of justice and religious freedom, especially in the Sub-Continent of India and Pakistan. When the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community congratulated Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, on her Diamond Jubilee and conveyed to her the message of Islam, he especially prayed for God to generously reward the British Government due to the manner in which it governed justly and with equity. He greatly praised the British Government for its just policies and for granting religious freedom. In today’s world, the British Government no longer rules over the Sub-Continent, but still principles of freedom of religion are deeply entrenched in British society and its laws, through which every person is granted religious freedom and equal rights. This year the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, is being celebrated, which gives Britain an opportunity to demonstrate its standards of justice and honesty to the world. The history of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community demonstrates that we have always acknowledged this justice whenever displayed by Britain and we hope that in future also, justice will remain a defining characteristic of the British Government, not only in religious matters, but in every respect that you will never forget the good qualities of your nation from the past and that in the current world situation, Britain will play its role in establishing peace worldwide.

It is my request that at every level and in every direction we must try our level best to extinguish the flames of hatred. Only if we are successful in this effort, will we be enabled to guarantee brighter futures for our generations to come. However, if we fail in this task, there should be no doubt in our minds that as result of nuclear warfare, our future generations everywhere will have to bear the horrific consequences of our actions and they will never forgive their elders for leading the world into a global catastrophe. I again remind you that Britain is also one of those countries that can and does exert influence in the developed world as well as in developing countries. You can guide this world, if you so desire, by fulfilling the requirements of equity and justice. Thus, Britain and other major powers should play their role towards establishing world peace. May God the Almighty enable you and other world leaders to understand this message.

With best wishes and with prayers,

Yours Sincerely,

MIRZA MASROOR AHMAD
Khalifatul Masih V
Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Reply from United Kingdom Prime Minister

10 DOWNING STREET

LONDON, SW1A 2AA

13 July 2012

THE PRIME MINISTER

Dear Mr. Ahmad,

Thank you for your letter of 15 April expressing concern about the threat of a global conflict. I welcome the continued activism of groups like the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community on these profoundly important issues.

The British Government believes it is both morally right and in Britain’s national interests to work to reduce conflict and instability. We share with you the ultimate goal of a world without nuclear weapons, and we are working hard to make that goal a reality.

Britain has a particularly strong record on nuclear disarmament. We have taken a number of important disarmament steps in the last 18 months to scale down our nuclear deterrent. The Strategic Defence and Security Review, published in October 2010, announced that we would reduce the numbers of nuclear warheads and missiles on board our submarines, and reduce our overall nuclear weapons stockpile to no more than 180 warheads by the mid 2020s.

However, as long as large arsenals of nuclear weapons remain elsewhere in the world and while the future security environment remains so uncertain, the British Government remains committed to retaining a credible, minimum nuclear deterrent.

In addition to taking steps ourselves, we believe that the best means of achieving sustainable nuclear disarmament is by working with other countries. The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is made of 189 States, and is the primary international vehicle to make progress towards a world without nuclear weapons.

I would like to reassure you that the Government will continue to work towards creating a safe and stable world where Britain and others are able to relinquish their nuclear weapons.

Yours Sincerely

David Cameron

Letter to Chancellor of Germany

16 Gressenhall Road
Southfields, London
SW18 5QL
United Kingdom

15 April 2012

Her Excellency
Chancellor of Germany
Angela Merkel
Bundeskanzleramt
Willy-Brandt-Str.1
10557 Berlin

Dear Chancellor,

In light of the alarming and extremely worrying state of affairs in the world today, I considered it necessary to write to you. As the Chancellor of Germany, a country which has significant power and influence in the world, you have the authority to make decisions that will affect your country and the entire world. Today, when the world is becoming divided into blocs, extremism is escalating and the financial, political and economic situation is worsening, there is an urgent need to extinguish all kinds of hatred and to lay the foundation for peace. This can only be achieved by respecting all of the sentiments of each and every person. However, as this is not being implemented properly, honestly and with virtue, the world situation is rapidly spiralling out of control. We observe that the requirements of justice are not being fulfilled by most nations, and as a result, the foundation for another World War has already been laid. Numerous countries, both large and small, now possess nuclear weapons. Thus, if a World War now breaks out, it is likely that it will not be fought with conventional weapons; rather, it will be fought with atomic weapons. The destruction that will result from a nuclear conflict will be utterly devastating. Its effects will not be limited to only the immediate aftermath; rather future generations will suffer from the long-term effects and will be born with serious medical and genetic defects.

Thus, it is my belief that to establish world peace, true justice is required, and the sentiments and the religious practices of all people should be honoured. I appreciate that many Western countries have generously permitted the people of poor or under-developed nations to settle in their respective countries, amongst whom are Muslims as well. Undoubtedly, there is a minority of so-called Muslims who act completely inappropriately and create distrust in the hearts of the people of the Western nations. However, it should be clear that their acts have no link with Islam whatsoever. Such extremists do not truly love the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who brought a message of peace, love and reconciliation to the world. Indeed, the actions of just a handful of misguided people should not be used as a basis to raise objections against our religion and to hurt the sentiments of the majority of sincere and innocent Muslims. Peace in society is a two-way process and can only be established if all parties work together towards mutual reconciliation. Due to the mistrust in the hearts of the people in the West, instead of relationships between nations and people improving, the reaction of some non-Muslims is getting worse by the day and is creating a chasm between the Muslim and non-Muslim world.

We observe that on the basis of the misguided acts of certain Muslim groups and nations, the vested interests of some of the major powers are given preference to honesty and justice. Some of the powerful countries of the world desire to maintain easy access to the wealth and resources of certain countries and wish to avoid competing countries from having complete access to these same resources. That is why decisions are often made on the basis of helping people, or establishing world peace. Further, a major factor underlying the current political circumstances in the world is the economic downturn, which is pulling us towards another World War. If truth was truly being exhibited then some of these countries would derive benefit from each other in a just manner, by forming proper industrial and economic ties, based on fair dealings. They would not try to derive illegitimate benefit from the resources of one another, but instead would seek to come together and mutually assist one another. In short, the disorder prevalent in the world today is based upon one overriding factor, and that is a complete lack of justice, which is causing widespread anxiety and restlessness.

Thus, it is my request that strive to your utmost to prevent a World War from breaking out. Utilise all your energy, resources and influence to save the world from the horrific destruction that looms before us. According to reports, Germany will be providing three advanced submarines to Israel which could be armed with nuclear weapons.  One German Professor has stated that such a decision will only serve to flare up the already heightened tensions between Israel and Iran. We must remember that nuclear weapons are not possessed by only the major powers of the world; rather, even relatively smaller countries now possess nuclear weapons. What is worrying is that in some of these small countries the leaders are trigger-happy, and appear unconcerned of the consequences of using such weapons. Therefore, once again, it is my humble request to you that try your level best to establish world peace. If we fail in this task there should be no doubt in our minds that a nuclear conflict will cause devastation that will lead to generation after generation being born with defects, and who will never forgive their elders for leading us into a global catastrophe. May God the Almighty enable you, and all world leaders, to understand this message.

With best wishes and with prayers,

Yours Sincerely,

MIRZA MASROOR AHMAD
Khalifatul Masih V
Head of the Worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Letter to Ayatollah of Iran

16 Gressenhall Road
Southfields, London
SW18 5QL, UK

14 May 2012

Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Ayatollah Syed Ali Hosseini Khamenei
Tehran, Iran

Respected Ayatollah,

Assalamo Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahe Wa Barakatohu,

Allah the Almighty has enabled you to serve Islam in Iran and presently, the Government of Iran also functions under your auspices. This requires that we strive to our utmost to convey the correct Islamic teachings to the world. As Muslims, we should endeavour to teach the world to live in peace, love and harmony. In particular, Muslim leaders need to urgently pay heed to this. For this reason, it is my request to you to draw the attention of your Government towards its responsibilities to establishing peace in the world. If Iran is attacked it has the right to defend itself to save the country, however it should not instigate aggression and take the first step forward into any conflict. Instead, an effort should be made to leave aside religious differences and to try and unite upon common values. It is this very approach that we find was adopted in the history of Islam.

I am writing this letter to you for the reason that I am a believer, Successor and the Khalifa of the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi (peace be upon him), whose advent in this age was prophesied by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). The Community he established is known as the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. With the Grace of Allah, the Community has now spread to 200 countries of the world and has millions of devoted followers across the globe. It is our ardent desire to guide the world towards living in mutual love and peace. To this end, I constantly draw the attention of people from all walks of life. Hence, I recently wrote to the Prime Minister of Israel, the President of the United States of America and also other world leaders. I have also written to Pope Benedict XVI in this regard.

As the spiritual leader of a large Islamic nation, I hope that you will come to agree that if the entire Muslim Ummah unites and works together, world peace can be established. We should not pointlessly add fuel to enmities and grudges, rather, we should search for opportunities to establish peace and tranquillity. Further, even enmity or opposition against others should not be devoid of justice. This is what we have been taught in the Holy Qur’an:

‘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.’ (Surah Al-Ma’idah, Verse 9).

May Allah enable the entire Muslim Ummah and all Muslim governments to understand my message so that they prepare themselves to play their respective roles in an effort to establish peace in the world.

It is my love for mankind, developed out of a love for the entire Muslim Ummah, and also because of being a member of the Ummah of the ‘Mercy for all mankind’ myself, that has led me to writing this letter. May Allah enable the leaders of the world to understand my words and may they actively play a role in establishing world peace. Otherwise, if the haste and recklessness of any nation leads to a full blown war between two nations, such a conflict will not be limited to only those countries; rather the flames of war will engulf the entire world. Thus, it is entirely plausible that a World War will break out, which will not be fought with conventional weapons, but rather with atomic weapons. A nuclear war will result in such horrific and devastating consequences that its aftermath will not only affect those present in the world at the time, rather the long-term effects of such a war would provide the terrifying ‘gift’ to future generations of being born with disabilities and defects. For this reason, no country should assume they are safe from the impending destruction.

Therefore, once again, in the name of Allah and His Messenger and out of compassion and love for humanity, I request you to play your role in establishing peace in the world.

With best wishes and with prayers,

Wassalam,
Yours Sincerely,

MIRZA MASROOR AHMAD
Khalifatul Masih V
Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Letter to President of France

16 Gressenhall Road
Southfields, London
SW18 5QL, UK

16 May 2012

President of the French Republic
His Excellency François Hollande
Palais de l’Elysee
55, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore
75008 Paris, France

Dear Mr President,

I would like to first of all take this opportunity to congratulate you on being elected as the new President of France. This is certainly a vast responsibility that has been entrusted to you, and thus I hope and pray that the people of France, and indeed the entire world, come to benefit from your leadership. In light of the rapidly deteriorating state of affairs in the world, I recently wrote a letter to your predecessor, President Nicolas Sarkozy. In the letter I reminded President Sarkozy about his responsibilities as a world leader to uphold justice and I requested him to use all his power and influence to prevent a World War from breaking out. As the newly elected President of France, I considered it necessary to write to you also with the same message, because you now have the authority to make decisions that will affect your nation, and the world at large. It is my belief that the world’s governments ought to be extremely concerned at the current circumstances in the world. Injustices and hostilities between nations are threatening to boil over into a global conflict. During the last century, two World Wars were fought. After the First World War, the League of Nations was established, however, the requirements of justice were not fulfilled and consequently, this led to the Second World War, culminating in the use of atom bombs. Subsequently, the United Nations was established for the protection of human rights and to maintain global peace. Thus, the means for avoiding wars were considered, yet today we observe that the foundation for a Third World War has already been laid. Numerous countries, both small and large, possess atom bombs. What is worrying is that some of the smaller nuclear powers are irresponsible and ignorant about the devastating consequences of such weapons. It is not inconceivable that if nuclear weapons are used, the horrific aftermath will become immediately manifest and that day will be like Doomsday. The weapons available today are so destructive that they could lead to generation after generation of children being born with severe genetic or physical defects. It is said that in Japan, the one country to have experienced the devastating destruction of atomic warfare, even though seven decades have passed, the effects of the atom bombs are still continuing to be manifest on newborn children.

Thus, it is my humble request that strive to your utmost to extinguish the enmities and mistrust between the Muslim and non-Muslim world. Some European countries hold significant reservations regarding the teachings and traditions of Islam and have placed certain restrictions on them, whilst others are considering how to do so. The animosity that some extremist so-called Muslims already hold towards the West might lead them to reacting in an inappropriate manner, which would lead to further religious intolerance and dissention. Islam, however, is a peace-loving religion, which does not teach us to do wrong to stop something wrong. We, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, follow this principle and believe in peaceful solutions to all matters.

Sadly, we find that a small minority of Muslims present a completely distorted image of Islam and act upon their misguided beliefs. I say out of love for the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who was the ‘Mercy for all Mankind’, that you should not believe this to be the real Islam and thus use such misguided acts as a licence to hurt the sentiments of the peaceful majority of Muslims. Recently, a merciless and heartless person shot dead some French soldiers in the South of France for no reason, and then some days later, he entered a school and killed three innocent Jewish children and one of their teachers. We also see such cruelties regularly come to pass in other Muslim countries and so all of these acts are giving the opponents of Islam fuel to vent their hatred and a basis upon which to pursue their goals on a large scale. As a Muslim, I shall make it absolutely clear that Islam does not permit cruelty or oppression in any way, shape or form. The Holy Qur’an has deemed the killing of one innocent person without reason akin to killing all mankind. This is an injunction that is absolute and without exception. The Qur’an further states that even if any country or people hold enmity towards you that must not stop you from acting in a fully just and fair manner when dealing with them. Enmities or rivalries should not lead you to taking revenge, or to acting disproportionately. If you desire conflicts to be resolved in the best manner, endeavour to search for amicable solutions. I appreciate that many Western countries have generously permitted the people of poor or under-developed nations to settle in their respective countries, amongst whom are Muslims as well. Indeed, many Muslims live in your country and thus are also your citizens. The majority are law-abiding and sincere. Moreover, Islam clearly states that love for one’s country is part of the faith. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community acts and promotes this message throughout the world. This is my message to you also, that if this true teaching of Islam is spread everywhere, then the requirements of showing love to one’s nation and peace, will remain established within each country and between countries of the world.

My humble request to you, and indeed to all world leaders, is that instead of using force to suppress other nations, use diplomacy, dialogue and wisdom. The major powers of the world, such as France, should play their role towards establishing peace. They should not use the acts of smaller countries as a basis to disturb world harmony. Thus, I again remind you to strive to your utmost to prevent the major and minor powers from erupting into a Third World War. There should be no doubt in our minds that if we fail in this task then the effects and aftermath of such a war will not be limited to only the poor countries of Asia, Europe and the Americas; rather, our future generations will have to bear the horrific consequences of our actions and children everywhere in the world will be born with defects. It is my prayer that the leaders of the world act with wisdom and do not allow mutual enmities between nations and people on a small-scale to erupt into a global conflict. May God the Exalted enable you, and all world leaders, to comprehend this message.

With best wishes and with prayers,

Yours Sincerely,

MIRZA MASROOR AHMAD
Khalifatul Masih V
Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Letter to Premier of China

16 Gressenhall Road
Southfields, London
SW18 5QL

His Excellency,
Premier of the State Council
of the People’s Republic of China
Mr Wen Jiabao
Zhongnanhai, China

9 April 2012

Dear Premier,

I am sending this letter to you through one of our representatives of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. He is the President of our Community in Kababir, Israel and was invited by the Minister for Minorities in China. Our representative was introduced to Chinese officials during a visit by a delegation from China, which included the Deputy Minister for Minorities, to our Mission House in Kababir.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is that sect in Islam which firmly believes that the Messiah and Reformer, who was destined to appear in this age as the Mahdi for the guidance of Muslims, as the Messiah for the guidance of Christians and as a guide for the reformation of all mankind, has indeed arrived in accordance with the prophecies of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), and thus we have accepted him. His name was Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (peace be upon him) from Qadian, India. In accordance with God Almighty’s command, he laid the foundation for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in 1889. By the time he passed away in 1908, hundreds of thousands of people had joined the fold of the Community. After his demise, the institution of Khilafat was established. Currently, we are in the era of the 5th Khilafat, and I am the 5th Khalifa of the Promised Messiah (peace be upon him).

An extremely important and fundamental aspect of our teaching is that in this era religious wars should come to an end. Further, we believe that anyone who desires to convey or spread any teaching should only do so in a spirit and atmosphere of love, compassion and brotherhood so that he can become the source of establishing peace, reconciliation and harmony. This important aspect, which is based on the true teachings of Islam, is being promoted and propagated by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community all over the world. The Community is now spread over 200 countries of the world, and consists of millions of followers.

I wish to convey the following message to you: that the world is currently passing through a most harrowing and perilous period. Indeed, it would appear that we are rapidly drawing closer to a world war. You are the leader of a great superpower. In addition, an enormous proportion of the world’s population live under your governance. You also possess the right to use the power to veto when required in the United Nations. Hence, in this context, it is my request to you to play your role to save the world from the destruction that looms before us. Irrespective of nationality, religion, caste or creed, we should strive to our utmost to save humanity.

In China, after the revolution took place, there was great progress and change. Honourable Mao Zedong, who was a great leader of your nation, established the foundation for high moral standards, which can also be described in other words as the most excellent standard of human values. Although you do not believe in the existence of God and your principles are based on morality, I would like to make it clear that our God, Who is the God as portrayed by Islam, revealed the Qur’an as guidance for all mankind, and the Qur’an inculcates all such morals that you act upon, but it is also filled with even further moral guidance. It contains beautiful teachings expounding the means of sustenance for humanity and establishing human values. If the world—the Muslim world in particular—adopt these Qur’anic teachings, all problems and conflicts will be resolved and an atmosphere of peace and harmony will be fostered.

Today, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community endeavours to further this very purpose and objective in every part of the world. Through our peace symposiums and through numerous meetings that I hold with various categories of people and groups from all walks of life, I remind the world of this vital goal. It is my prayer that the leaders of the world act with wisdom and do not allow mutual enmities between nations and people
on a small-scale to erupt into a global conflict. It is also my request to you that, as a great superpower of the world, play your role to establish world peace. Save the world from the horrifying consequences of a world war, for if such a war breaks out, it will come to an end with the use of atomic weapons. It is quite possible that as a result, parts of certain countries and areas of the world will be obliterated off the face of the earth. The effects and aftermath of an atomic war will not be limited to just the immediate devastation, rather, the long-term effects will result in future generations being born disabled or with defects. Thus, expend all your energy, capabilities and resources in the effort to save humanity from such dreadful consequences. It will ultimately be to the benefit of your nation to act upon this. It is my prayer that all countries of the world, large and small, come to understand this message.

With best wishes and prayers,

Yours Sincerely,

MIRZA MASROOR AHMAD
Khalifatul Masih V
Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Letter to King of Saudi Arabia

16 Gressenhall Road
Southfields, London
SW18 5QL, UK

28 March 2012

Custodian of the Two Holy Places
King of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Respected King Abdullah,

Assalamo Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahe Wa Barakatohu,

Today, I am writing to you with the intention of raising a most important matter, because as the Custodian of the Two Holy Places and the King of Saudi Arabia, you hold a very high station in the Muslim Ummah. For located within your country are the two holiest sites in Islam—Makkah Al-Mukarramah and Madinah Al-Munawwarah—which to love constitutes a part of the faith of Muslims. These sites are also the centres of spiritual progress for and are greatly revered by Muslims. In this light, all Muslims and Muslim governments confer special status upon you. This status requires that on the one hand, you should properly guide the Muslim Ummah and on the other, you should strive to create an atmosphere of peace and harmony within Muslim countries. You should also endeavour to develop mutual love and sympathy between Muslims and to enlighten them regarding the essence of:


Ultimately, you should strive to create peace in the entire world for the benefit of all of mankind. As Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at and the Khalifa of the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi (peace be upon him), it is my request that, irrespective of certain doctrinal disagreements that exist between the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at and other sects of Islam, we should still unite in an effort to establish world peace. We should do our level best to educate the world regarding the true teachings of Islam, which are based on love and peace. By doing so, we can dispel the misconceptions in general that are embedded in the people of the West and the world about Islam. Enmity against other nations or groups should not hinder us from acting in a just manner. Allah the Almighty states in Verse 3 of Surah Al-Ma’idah of the Holy Qur’an:

 


‘…. And let not the enmity of a people, that they hindered you from the Sacred Mosque, incite you to transgress. And help one another in righteousness and piety; but help not one another in sin and transgression. And fear Allah; surely, Allah is severe in punishment.’

This is the guiding principle that we should keep in view so that we can fulfil our duty to present the beautiful image of Islam to the world. It is with sentiments of heartfelt love and deep compassion for all Muslims worldwide that I am requesting you to play your role in this regard.

We find in the world today that some politicians and so-called scholars are planting seeds of hatred against Islam in an attempt to defame the Holy Prophet (peace and blessing of Allah be upon him). They try to present completely distorted interpretations of the teachings of the Holy Qur’an to achieve their aims. Further, the conflict between Palestine and Israel is worsening every day and hostilities between Israel and Iran have heightened to such an extent that their relationship has severely broken down. Such circumstances require that as an extremely important leader in the Muslim Ummah you should make every effort to resolve these disputes with justice and equality. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at does everything it possibly can to dispel the hatred against Islam, wherever and whenever it surfaces. Until the entire Muslim Ummah unites as one and makes efforts towards this, peace can never be established.

Thus, it is my request to you to do your utmost in this regard. If World War III is indeed destined to occur, at least we should strive to ensure that it does not originate from any Muslim country. No Muslim country or any Muslim individual anywhere in the world, today or in the future, will want to shoulder the blame for being the spark for a global catastrophe, the long-term effects of which will lead to future generations being born with defects or deformities, for if a World War breaks out now, it will surely be fought with nuclear weapons. We have already experienced just a glimpse of the utter devastation caused by atomic warfare when nuclear bombs were dropped on two cities in Japan during World War II.

Thus, O King of Saudi Arabia! Expend all your energy and influence to save the world from annihilation! May Allah the Almighty provide you with His Help and Succour, Amin. With prayers for you and for the entire Muslim Ummah of:

 

Wassalam,

Yours Sincerely,

MIRZA MASROOR AHMAD
Khalifatul Masih V
Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

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  1. May Allah enable the leaders of the world to act according to Hudhur(aba)’s advice. Ameen

  2. Alhamdolillah, following the foot-steps of the founder of Islam, Hadhrat Muhammad(saw), the present caliph of Islam-e-Ahmadiyyat, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba), the fifth caliph of Hadhrat Aqdas Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, Hadhrat Masih Maud(as), wrote these inspiring letters to various Heads of the states or governments giving them the basic guidelines for the establishment of global peace,security, freedom and justice for everyone in society. These faith-inspiring letters will certainly create conducive conditions for the success of the golden aims in these states and the world at large.

    Let all of us pray that may God help and bless these rulers to understand the central theme of the letters and act upon the golden aims and purpose for which the great Prophet of Islam, Hadhrat Muhammad(pbuh) was sent by God 1500 years ago and whose holy mission, purpose and end was to be strengthened and achieved by the Promised Messiah, Hadhrat Aqdas Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian(as) in this later age of our times. Ameen

    The letters published in the Review will Insha’Allah guide the addressed leaders on the right path of ‘Sirat-e-mustaqeem’ under the lasting impact of the universal slogan of Islam-e-Ahmadiyyat, ‘Love for all, Hatred for none.’

  3. What a horrible place the world would have been without the advent of the Promised Messiah(peace be upon him). May Allah (Subhanahu wa ta’ala) enable the various parts of the world to see the wisdom in Hudhur(aba)’s letters. Ameen.

  4. Those who will pay heed to Hudhur(aba)’s call will be guided and protected InshaAllah and those who defy will suffer.
    May Allah guide them to do the needful before it is too late. Ameen

  5. An unmatched contribution by the Supreme Head of the Ahmadiyya Community.

    Off course this is a great step advising great leaders of the world to avoid the third World War, which may cause countless deaths on the earth.

    May Allah the Almighty grace his Excellency, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba) and rightly guide the leaders as advised. Ameen

  6. May God Almighty bless all the true believers and also show guidance to all who try to seek it. Ameen
    No match of this man can be found around the entire globe. May God bless Hudhur(aba). Ameen.

  7. I am very happy to read all the messages being sent to them. It is Divine guidance. It is meant only for the fortunate to follow before it is too late. May Almighty Allah continue to guide and bless Hadhrat Ameerul Mu’mineen(aba). Ameen

  8. May Allah bless the Ummat-e-Muslima and the world. Ameen.

  9. JazakAllah to Hudhur(aba) for guiding the world’s leaders in a soft and beautiful way, as no other leader of any community or any words have taken this step before.

    May Allah Almighty give a long life to our beloved Hudhur(aba). Ameen.

  10. What a beautiful teaching towards peace and harmony.
    May Allah bless all of us and a person like the Caliph of Islam.

  11. MashaAllah, a peaceful step towards peace. No one could take this step but Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih and Jama’at Ahmadiyya.

  12. May Allah in all His Grace strengthen the hands of our great Khalifa. Ameen

  13. A genuine, heart warming, sincere wish and effort to establish global peace and harmony among nations. Only a person truly guided by God can do that and that is the Khalifa of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

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