Since Al Islam aims to be both broad and international in its scope, we recognize that sometimes visitors have a special interest in a particular topic or country. As a courtesy, we have presented a small directory of affiliated topic-focused and country-specific websites that are assisting us in our divine mission.
The Ask Islam website contains a vast library of the popular question and answer sessions held with Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad rh. This is a valuable resource and visitors can download answers for offline use.
Islam teaches us how to create peace within ourself and how to make peace with our fellow man - regardless of color, politics or beliefs.
Magazine of Comparative Religious Thought. The Review of Religions was started in 1902 by Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (peace be upon him), the founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
A public awareness campaign highlighting the Islamic values of loyalty, freedom, equality, respect and peace.
Islamic FAQ is a site dedicated to Frequently Asked Questions about Islam. You can also submit your question on Islam.
This course is designed to teach you basic Islamic knowledge.
Every Ahmadi Muslim should understand why they are an Ahmadi, and what are the claims of the Promised Messiah.
This site honors the loving memory of the Hadrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad ra, the "Promised Reformer" and second Caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. This website aims to detail the legacy of services he made for the Muslim world.
Islam-Ahmadiyya specifically caters to an Arabic-speaking audience. Like Al Islam itself, Islam-Ahmadiyya is home to a wide variety of content including books, articles and multimedia content.
The Jalsa Salana website follows the community’s annual conventions, which are held in various countries at various times. Visitors can access details, such as convention news, programs and contact information.
The Muslim Sunrise carries the distinction of being the longest running Muslim publication in America. Dr. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, an eminent scholar and first missionary to arrive in America, founded the magazine in 1921.
The official broadcast channel of the community, MTA provides exceptional programming for people of all ages and backgrounds. It is the only Islamic channel of its kind which broadcasts 24 hours a day, and can be accessed free of charge on this website.
This website provides current information and detailed analysis, facts and historical record of the persecution of Ahmadi Muslims across the world.
The international website for the Waf-e-Nau scheme initiated by Hadrat Khalifatul Masih IV. The website provides resources for Waqf children and their parents.
A website dedicated to the Pakistan NA proceedings that declared Ahmadis non-muslims for law in 1974.
a website dedicated to answering questions/allegations about/against Ahmadiyyat. It is continuously being update. The site is in Urdu and requires Firefox to view.
A social media hub for the American Bengali Community to foster discussion of True Islam and ways to establish a living relationship with God.