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 “O ye who believe! What is the matter with you that, when it is said to you, go forth in the way of Allah, you sink heavily towards the earth? Would you be contented with the present life in preference to the Hereafter? But the enjoyment of the present life is but little, as compared with the Hereafter.” (9:38)

 

The Lajna Media Watch department is focused on presenting Islam and Ahmadiyyat in a positive light through publications. This is achieved by actively responding to negative media coverage as well as publishing educational articles on Islam.

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Lajna Media Watch team members have been actively publishing about Islam and Ahmadiyyat in newspapers, magazines and web sites around the country since 2005.  See compendium of their work in these archives .
 
 

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Letters to the editor: 

A letter written for and sent to a newspaper or magazine to present person or organization's position, make a correction or respond to another story or letter. They are typically short in length, usually up to 300 words. 
 
An op-ed:  
An op-ed is an opinion piece published in newspapers, magazines or online publications. The term “op-ed” means “opposite the editorial.” In newspapers, it describes the common placement of an op-ed piece being on the page opposite an editorial. They are typically longer in length, ranging from 500-800 words.  [Read more]

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Dallsa Texas - Muslims Promote Peace On 9-11 Anniversary

“I pray for my family- my parents, my children-that they will live a life that is free from any hatred,” Mahood explained. Mahmood dresses in the traditional black hijab which covers her head and a long, loose fitting dress called an abaya. She studies the teachings of the Qur’an and the Prophet Muhammad. But unlike most traditional Muslims, Mahmood belongs to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, which also believes a Messiah came to reinforce Islam’s message of peace. [Read more]

 

Breaking the barriers: Interfaith symposium dispels rumors surrounding religion

ALLEN -- Women from all walks of life converged on the Baitul Ikraam Mosque in Allen on Sunday for an interfaith symposium. The objective of the event was to bring women of all faiths together to engage in meaningful dialogues and create a mutual understanding of one another's beliefs, said Saima Sheikh, media secretary for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Women's Association, Dallas chapter, which coordinated the event.  [Read more]

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