Speaking truthfully is an attribute that is so fundamental that all Prophets not only practiced but also propagated to their followers. Commandment of Moses(as): “Thou shall not bear false witness” and the Holy Qur’an’s declaration, “Allah’s curse is upon the liars” are examples of the importance of being truthful. Holy Qur’an states that we should talk truthfully and straightforward
In this issue, the readers will find articles on various aspects of truth. It needs to be kept in mind that it is developing the quality of being truthful that will take us closer to the ultimate Truth, our Creator God.
"Introduction to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community." By Falahud Din Shams.Read more
"The Radicalization of Muslims: A White Paper"By Arif Humayun.Read more
Fall 2015 Leaders
By Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, June 21, 2013
"Satan is the enemy of piety and reformation; this is why we should be very vigilant about these traits. God gives longevity to things that are beneficial. We should endeavor to sincerely, and constantly work towards the reformation of mankind. But this reformation cannot be brought about with mere words; rather we should first reform ourselves by abiding by all the commandments of the Holy Qur'an."
Al-Haq, The True God
By Hassan Khan
"Socrates argued that the appearance of everyday objects could be different for the same Object. For example, two horses never look the same yet people use the same word for both. What, then, does the word 'horse' stands for?"
Changing Concepts of Truth
By Seher Bhatti
"The universe is a system of cause and effect that ends with God alone. It's like a tree that branches out and spreads. Everything has a consequence and this system is what we learn right from the Nevertheless it can never last, therefore we're forced to take belief in the fact that it will end with some ultimate cause and that cause is God.”
Video "Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad's Address"
Humanity First International Conference, January 24, 2015, London.
Cousin Marriage - Why? Why Not?
By Dr. Lutf ur Rehman
"All religions and cultures place some restrictions while choosing marriage partners. In the Holy Scriptures of Islam, Judaism and Christianity, there is no prohibition on marrying your first or any cousin. The Old Testament contains several examples of married cousins. Read the complete article in the Fall issue.
Links to Attacks against Ahmadi Muslims
Links to Attacks against Ahmadi Muslims The Muslim Sunrise Team has categorized various internet links related to the May 28, 2010 terrorist attacks on Ahmadi Mosques in Lahore, Pakistan, as well as other acts of violence against Ahmadi Muslims.