In this three-part series we look at Jordan Peterson’s claims about Islam. In this episode, we’re exploring Peterson’s call for a bridge between Islam and the West.
“I pray that Muslim nations learn from this model of morality and each play their own role towards eradicating all forms of religious hatred” –Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad
#MeToo and #TimesUp movements reflect the ferociousness of similar exploitations at work, home, school and especially in the media industry.
The Ahmadiyya youth in Germany, preached in public, carrying a sign that states “I’m a Muslim ask me anything”.
Initially, it may seem like a fun and harmless way to connect with friends, colleagues and families offshore, but over time, the now ubiquitous use of the internet and its social media platforms in modern culture is having a noticeable negative impact on human psychology.
His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba) outlines the responsibility of each and every one of us to establish peace at every level.
The Review of Religions asked His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad(aba) on the Islamic perspective on drugs such as cannabis and their effect on users across the world.
During the course of the week at Baitur Rahman, Hazur‐Aqdas met with a number of other dignitaries.
Although computer work stations are more ergonomically designed and consciousness about ergonomics is heightened, back pain remains as prevalent as ever.
The real solution, therefore, lies in the unfolding of true human nature and in educating the masses in the truth that universal brotherhood can be established by virtue of mankind’s relationship with one another through God.