First-ever Peace Symposium by Lajna Imaillah Mauritius

Final Up to date on sixteenth September 2022

Tasleem Sooltangos, Secretary Ishaat, Lajna Imaillah Mauritius

Lajna Imaillah Mauritius hosted its first-ever Peace Symposium on 4 September 2022, on the Municipal Corridor of Rose-Hill.

Over 75 non-Ahmadi feminine visitors attended the occasion, together with parliamentarians, religion and civic leaders in addition to representatives from non-governmental charities and religion communities, the place they mentioned and discovered concerning the institution of societal peace.

The occasion commenced with a heat reception the place visitors gathered and toured the exhibition, titled “Muhammadsa: Messenger and Head of State”, and explored the literature of the Jamaat on show.

Most of our visitors had by no means heard of the women’ wing of the Ahmadiyya Jamaat – Lajna Imaillah – and thus Sadr Lajna Imaillah Mauritius, Nushreen Jamal Ahmad Sahiba launched the Jamaat and Lajna Imaillah within the opening tackle and defined the background of the Peace Symposium, following which the visitors delivered brief speeches.

Mrs S Chedumbrum, consultant of the Tamil Chambers Ladies Empowerment Community mentioned that justice, solidarity and tolerance are basic ethical values which should be fostered to paved the way to a peaceable future.

Hon Mrs Navarre-Marie, MP congratulated Lajna Imaillah for organising a peace symposium because the world is in dire want of peace. She known as to thoughts the 1968 Mauritian riots when many lives had been sadly misplaced.

Hon Mrs D Chukowry, Parliamentary Personal Secretary (PPS) famous that the journey to peace ought to begin with interior peace.

Hon Mrs S Mayotte, MP mentioned she was intrigued on receiving our invitation and so she did some analysis on the Ahmadiyya Muslim Neighborhood and found such positivity and was amazed to know that Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa goes from nation to nation, to advertise a deeper understanding of Islam and its teachings for establishing peace. She additional added that on touring the exhibition, the gorgeous Islamic teachings on peace reminded her of the Bible.

Hon Mrs LD Dookhun, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Schooling congratulated Lajna Imaillah for celebrating its 100 years of existence. She shared that sustainable peace can solely be achieved with the involvement of girls at its core as girls have the duty to boost the longer term technology. She additional acknowledged that Mauritius achieves and sustains peace as our nation has gone past tolerance, Mauritians perceive and accommodate one another.

This was adopted by a speech by Nargis Toraubally Sahiba, through which she narrated Islamic teachings on how one can set up societal peace. She introduced references from the Holy Quran, ahadith, books of the Promised Messiahas and Khulafa of Ahmadiyyat on this subject.

After this, she invited the viewers to view a compilation of movies about Hazrat Amirul Momineen’saa relentless efforts at spreading peace far and broad.

After lunch, books of the Jamaat and a duplicate of Lajna Imaillah’s journal, Najm Us Saqib had been gifted to all visitors.

The suggestions acquired on our first peace symposium was extremely encouraging and constructive; one visitor in attendance mentioned she was shocked to see that the younger technology was actively collaborating within the programme.

One other visitor remarked she was impressed to see that Muslim girls had been efficient and self-reliant and that their hijab didn’t hinder them in any means they usually seemed ahead to attending extra occasions.