Keighley Ahmadiyya leader speaks of ‘shared duty’ to promote unity

Lutf-ur-Rehman was speaking following the 18th National Peace Symposium of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. The event – at Western Europe’s largest mosque, Baitul Futuh Mosque in London – was attended by more than 800 people, including parliamentarians, faith and civic leaders, and community and charity representatives. A keynote address was given by His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad.

Lutf-ur-Rehman says: “His Holiness has been urging global peace, emphasising our collective responsibility to act before it’s too late – ensuring a better world for the next generation. “The symposium served as a stark reminder of our shared duty to promote understanding and unity, essential ingredients for lasting peace. “Keighley’s Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, inspired by the symposium, remains committed to global harmony.

“His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad’s call for action echoes a collective commitment to unity and lasting peace. “Several dignitaries have spoken as part of the event too, emphasising the need for leaders like His Holiness to advocate for peace and urging politicians to listen and take action.” Also, congratulations were expressed to Adi Roche and David Spurdle, who were awarded the Ahmadiyya Muslim Peace Prize.