According to Islam we have two obligations: to Allah and to His creatures. The first is termed Haquq-ul-Lah in Arabic and the other is Haquq-ul-Ibad. This issue presents articles about serving humanity as described by Islam. With this humble effort to increase awareness of the lofty trust we have been given, we pray that this gesture will inspire some to help the needy around them. This is a path that leads to God and earns His pleasure, while fulfilling our basic obligation to our fellow beings.
"Introduction to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community." By Falahud Din Shams.Read more
"The Radicalization of Muslims: A White Paper"By Arif Humayun.Read more
Winter 2013 Leaders
By Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, January 24, 2014
"There is no other religion apart from Islam with signs of ever-fresh Word of God, living miracles and signs of demonstrating the existence of God which cleanse human hards from all kind of adulteration and grand it knowledge and closeness of God. Why then, do we still find weakness of practices in our Jamaat? Hazrat Musleh Maud (may Allah be pleased with him) said that in his opinion the reason for this is because our religious scholars, missionaries and preachers have not paid special attention in disseminating this."
The Holy Quran on Human Rights By Arif Humanyun
"The Quran prescribes a perfect gradation of moral values and defines three stages of human relations - absolute justice, granting someone more than their due, and to treat others with such grace and overwhelming benevolence as one would treat one's kindred."
Zakat and Sadqat: The Islamic Bid for Socio-Political Peace and Solidarity By Rabia Mir
"Zakat, like other taxes, is not enforced upon all the individuals that reside within an Islamic state and/or under some form of Islamijc authority. Rather, it applies only to those who have a significant amount of wealth which has been withheld bhy the owner from circulation through the economy for one year.”
Video "Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad's Address"
The Conference of World Religions, Feb 11, 2014 in Guildhall, London.
The Covenants of the Prophet Muhammad with the Christians of the World
By John Andrew Morrow
Reviewed by Zia H Shah
"The Constitution of Medina decreed that the citizens of the Islamic state were one and indivisible regardless of religion. Be they heathen, People of the Book, or Muslims, all those who were subject to the Constitution belonged to the same ummah" Read the complete article in the Spring 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.