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A Brief History of Ahmadiyya Movement In Islam|
Propagation of Islam
The first Ahmadiyya mission established under his Caliphate was in Mauritius. Hadhrat Soofie Ghulam Muhammad, the first missionary arrived there on June 15th, 1915. Hadhrat Mufti Muhammad Sadiq (RA), a revered personage of the Jamaat and companion of the Promised Messiah (AS) arrived in Philadelphia, USA on February 15th, 1920 to preach Islam in the US.
Another respected companion Hadhrat Maulana Abdur Raheem Nayyar (RA) was sent to Nigeria in 1921. Through strenuous efforts of these honored elders of the Community many people accepted Islam and entered into the fold of divinely inspired Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat. By Divine grace, their labors were crowned with extraordinary success.
Upon their return new missionaries were dispatched to these countries. With the sheer grace of Allah the Exalted we now have the longest and well-established Ahmadiyya communities in these countries. In Africa we have scores of mosques and schools belonging to the Ahmadiyya Jamaat. Ahmadiyya Muslim missions started operating in the following countries as well:
Mosques: More than 30 mosques were constructed in East & West Africa, besides Washington, Hamburg, Frankfurt (Germany), Zurich (Switzerland), The Hague (Holland), London (UK), Denmark, Sweden. The structures of some these mosques were so massive it costed thousands of dollars on their construction.
Colleges & Schools: There were around 57 colleges or schools operating successfully in various countries.
Newspapers: There were 112 newspapers and magazines being published in various languages around the globe.
Translations of The Noble Quran: The Holy Quran was translated into English (1955), Dutch (1953), German (1954), Danish (1961), Indonesian, Malay, Russian, French, Swahili (1953), Lugandi, Hindi (1939), Urdu, & Gurmukhi (1939). Translations in another twelve languages were under review.