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A Brief History of Ahmadiyya Movement In Islam

Visit to Indonesia

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat was established in Indonesia in 1925. Maulana Rahmat Ali was the first missionary who built the first mosque in 1937. Hadhrat Khalifat al-Masih the Fourth is the first Caliph to visit the largest Islamic country. Hudhoor's visit lasted from June 19th to July 11th, 2000.

During the visit Hudhoor laid the foundation stone of a mosque as well as a secondary school. On June 28th, 2000 Hudhoor had a cordial meeting with the President of Indonesia, and later addressed a large crowd of TV, Radio, & press reporters.

During the visit Hudhoor also met with Chairman National Assembly, Mr. Ameen al-Raees. Hudhoor gave an inspiring lecture on the topic of To Find Again Prophetic Vision of Religion to the students of Gadja Mada university, followed by a Question & Answer gathering in which professors, doctors, intellectuals, and students took part. Hudhoor also participated in the Annual Conference of Indonesia and addressed large crowds.

By the grace and mercy of Allah, there are 542 branches of the Movement scattered over various Indonesian islands, 289 mosques, and 110 Ahmadiyya preaching centers.