Author: admin

Majlis Ansar Sultanul Qalam (MASQ) Australia’s hold its first Annual Conference

For the first time ever, Majlis Ansar Sultanul Qalam Australia had its first Annual Conference at Jalsa Salana Australia 2016 at Hassan Musa Library, Masjid Baitul Huda from 8:30am to 9:30am. Respected Sadr (President) of Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya (Ahmadiyya Muslims Youth) Australia, Waqas Ahmad Sahib chaired the meeting where total of 10 members participated. Sadr Sahib highlighted the purpose of this important group by making reference to the revelation of Promised Messiah (as): “Allah has named me Sultan-ul-Qalam, the ‘King of the Pen’, and has called my pen Zulfiqar-e-Ali or the ‘Sword of Ali” Sadr Sahib explained that the...

Read More

2nd Tarbiyati Camp 2017

Majlis Khuddam ul Ahmadiyya is organizing its 2n Tarbiyati Camp from 17-22 January 2017 at Masjid Mehmood Adeliade. @MkaAUS holding their 2nd National #MKACamp17 in #Adelaide 17-22 January Make sure you don’t miss out on the Reformation pic.twitter.com/aIGyM6ivrz — MKA Aus Tarbiyyat (@MKAA_Tarbiyyat) January 8,...

Read More

NSW Khuddam Welcome and Farewell 2017

Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya (Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth) Region NSW held ‘Welcome and Farewell’ program for members on Sunday 15th January at Masjid Baitul Huda after Zohar prayer. This is a yearly event to welcome members who are joining Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth (members age 16 to 40) from Atfal-ul-Ahmadiyya (children from age 7 to 15). Equally important it is an important occasion to farewell members who have turned 41 to join Majlis Ansar ul Ahmadiyya (men age 41 and over). Program started with recitation of Holy Quran by brother Naosheyrvaan Nasir Sahib followed by khuddam pledge lead by Respected Sadr Sahib...

Read More

Introduction to MKA

Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya (MKA), literally meaning ‘Association of Servants of the True Islam’ and also known as the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth (AMY), was founded in 1938 by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad (RA) and is the youth section of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia is a unique, dynamic and vibrant organization serving not only the needs of its members but also Australian society as a whole. In Australia, the organization was started in 1983 and now has 24 local branches in all major cities of Australia, with a membership of over 1,000. Members are aged between...

Read More

Our Writers

Anjum H. Qaisrani
Aqeel Ibraheem
Ata-ul-Hadi
Foad Munir
Khizar Rana
Musleh Chandio
Naosheyrvaan Nasir
Soofi Aziz Hakim
Syed Tariq Ahmad
Usman Mahmood

Tweets