In aid of Dar tal-Providenza

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Malta is participating in the 53-hour volleyball marathon in aid of Dar tal-Providenza Siggiewi. We urge you all to donate generously in this noble cause of serving humanity. (Day 1)

Our aim and objective is to serve mankind

The members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat volunteered in the kitchen and other related works at Id-Dar tal-Providenza – a home for the disabled people – during the annual fundraising marathon.

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We need to redesign the system

Laiq Ahmed Atif | Times of Malta | 21.06.2022 | Read-in-Turkish | amjmalta@gmail.com

We are living in a time of unprecedented troubles and tribulations, be they societal, economic, diplomatic or health-related such as the pandemic. Not a single day passes without another harrowing headline replacing the previous one, constantly revolving around the same issues pertaining to conflicts, health and humanitarian crises and law and order.

What is extremely worrying is that violence, marginalisation of different groups of people, violent revolutions, domestic problems, wars, poverty, crime and loss of human lives through wars and pandemics continue to increase.

Despite ground-breaking achievements and the technological advancements over the past few decades, the most sophisticated weaponry, the largest armies ever seen and billions spent on defence, the world is more fragile than ever before and, God forbid, could get worse.

In the pursuit of being better than their counterparts, leading countries around the world have made the world more unsafe and have exposed the global community to countless dangers and threats.

When a system is consistently failing, naturally a complete transformation or overhaul is required and changes become inevitable.

A rational doctor changes the prescription if the medicine he is administering does not have the desired effect on the patient. The same approach is required for the global community.

I think the critical and worrying moments that our world is currently passing through requires a complete overhaul of the entire system; it needs massive reformation. But where do we begin with such a restructuring? How do we go about redesigning the entire system? And what are the steps towards the reformation?

The Holy Prophet Muhammad gave a simple yet magnificent principle: “Like for others what you like for yourself.” This golden rule is the key to transforming our system and to establishing true and long-lasting peace in the world.

The reality is that it is extremely difficult to make a good friend but it is very easy to make an enemy. We, therefore, must strive to sow the seeds of friendships with others by genuinely caring for them and not just care for ourselves.

The narrative that devastating weapons are required for our own safety and for so-called ‘security reasons’, must be countered with a stronger, permeating and all-encompassing narrative of sincerity and friendship.

We must adopt a shift from guns to books, from bullets to pens, from tanks to libraries, from nuclear inventions to scientific innovations

The cornerstone of this alternative approach is the establishment of sincere and friendly relationships with neighbours because, if someone is safe with one’s neighbours and trusts them, then why would they buy a gun?

One radical change, which many may consider unfathomable, that is necessary to remove the danger of an atomic conflict is the demilitarisation of the entire world. Globally, trillions of dollars are spent annually on the budgets allocated for defence and weaponry, which actually makes the world a far more dangerous place instead of the intended purpose of making it safer.

If, instead, this money was spent on the welfare of mankind and resolving the issues that can lead to conflict, such as lack of education, food and water, and giving countries resources that belong to them, it would be a more effective and beneficial use of such money.

Alfred Nobel invented dynamite and gelignite, the most powerful explosives at that time, but the intended purpose was never to harm others.

He decided to leave his immense fortune to foster science, literature and peace leading to the establishment of the Nobel Prize; he wished that to be his legacy and not explosives; this should be a learning lesson for nuclear armed nations.

Use your wealth for the promotion of the betterment of humanity and not destruction of nations.

The race for weapons should instead be a healthy competition in the areas of health and education, which the world needs desperately.

The world urgently needs a shift from aggression and violence to dialogue and understanding; from ‘might makes right’ to ‘live and let live’; from exclusion to inclusion; from discrimination to acceptance; from inequality to equity; and from money-centred societies to love and justice-centred communities.

Furthermore, to say the least, a far more positive approach is needed. The focus should be on building bridges and healthy relationships instead of barriers and walls. We must extend an olive branch instead of challenging and threatening others; we should speak gentle and kind words instead of harsh and abusive language.

We must adopt a shift from guns to books, from bullets to pens, from tanks to libraries, from nuclear inventions to scientific innovations for the good of mankind that is beneficial for the entire humanity.

Let us, therefore, stand up and unite in forming and redesigning a new world, a world of love, care, respect, harmony and peace.

A world based on human values of compassion and human dignity; a world that is more vibrant and accepting and that believes in dialogue and education.

The brilliant saying applies so well in this age: “Swords can win territories but not hearts; forces can bend heads but not minds.”

Let us try to win the hearts because it is time to win hearts and not to bend heads; it’s a time of persuasion and not of power and force, It is a time of ‘Love For All and Hatred for None’.

Let us join hands and redesign our entire system for the betterment and prosperity of the entire human race, before it becomes too late.

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The True Purpose of our Life

L-Għan Nobbli tal-Ħajja

Imam Laiq Ahmed Atif  | amjmalta@gmail.com  | Il-Leħen | 19/06/2022

Huwa fatt komuni ħafna li ħadd ma jista’ jiċħdu li kull ħaġa u kull ħlejqa għandhom skop u għan partikulari għall-eżistenza tagħhom. Pereżempju, l-invenzjoni u l-ħolqien tal-kompjuter, mowbajl, karozza eċċ. għandhom l-iskop tal-ħolqien tagħhom. Allura, meta kull ħaġa dinjija u materjalistika, anki jekk hija l-iżgħar ħaġa, għandha l-iskop tagħha, allura ma jistax ikun li m’hemmx l-iskop tal-ħolqien tal-bniedem. Allura l-mistoqsija hija, x’inhu l-għan tal-bnedmin – li huma l-aħjar tal-ħolqien – tal-aqwa Kreatur u Disinjatur?

It-tliet għanijiet tal-ħajja

Fil-qosor, skont it-tagħlim Iżlamiku, hemm tliet għanijiet prinċipali tal-mezzi u l-fakultajiet interni u esterni li ngħataw lill-bniedem li huma (i) l-fehim ta’ Alla, (ii) il-qima Tiegħu u (iii) l-imħabba Tiegħu.

Hawnhekk, irrid nagħmilha ċara li l-imħabba ta’ Alla tinkludi wkoll l-imħabba tal-umanità, għax ma jistax ikun li wieħed iħobb lil Alla u ma jħobbx il-kreazzjoni Tiegħu.

Żewġ imħabbiet

Dawn iż-żewġ imħabbiet jimxu b’mod parallel ma’ xulxin, u n-nuqqas ta’ xi waħda minn dawn l-imħabbiet hija kontra l-filosofija vera tal-għanijiet ewlenin tal-eżistenza umana. Allura, wieħed ma jistax jifred bejniethom.

Għalhekk, minkejja li l-bniedem ikollu l-lussu fil-ħajja, ikollu rikkezzi kbar, ikollu pożizzjoni għolja, ikun negozjant kbir, u anke jekk ikun jirrenja f’saltna enormi, u jkun magħruf bħala filosfu kbir, qatt ma jkun sodisfatt u fl-aħħar huwa jħalli dawn l-impenji kollha b’sogħba kbira. It-tluq tiegħu minn din id-dinja qatt ma jkun ta’ ferħ u ta’ sodisfazzjon. Qalbu l-ħin kollu ċċanfru fuq il-preokkupazzjoni assoluta tiegħu fuq il-ħwejjeġ tad-dinja u l-kuxjenza tiegħu qatt ma tapprova l-ħażen u l-qerq u l-attivitajiet illeċiti tiegħu.

Il-biża’ mill-mewt

Imma jekk il-bniedem veru dejjem jiffoka fuq l-għan tal-eżistenza tiegħu, kif ktibt hawn fuq, jiġifieri, il-fehim, il-qima u l-imħabba tal-Mulej u l-kreazzjoni Tiegħu, huwa dejjem iħossu ferħan u sodisfatt u qatt ma jibża’ biex jitlaq minn din id-dinja.

Dan ifakkarni fil-mewt tal-Qaddis Profeta Muħammad, is-sliem għalih, li hu qatt ma beża’ mill-mewt tiegħu. Meta wasal iż-żmien tal-mewt, u meta ruħu kellha titlaq, kien qed jgħid: “Lill- Ħabib tiegħi l-Ogħla tal-Għoli—lill-Ħabib tiegħi l-Ogħla tal-Għoli,” jiġifieri evidenti li kien miexi lejn Alla b’serenità sħiħa.

Il-ftuħ ta’ tieqa tal-qalb

Din is-serenità ma tiġix awtomatikament u għal xejn, imma tiġi meta l-bniedem jagħraf l-għan nobbli tal-ħajja tiegħu u dejjem jipprova biex jilħaq dan l-għan. Għalhekk, meta nħaffru fil-fond u nippruvaw niskopru l-iskop reali tal-ħajja umana f’din id-dinja, qalbna u ruħna jitkellmu b’mod ċar li, li l-ogħla lħiq tal-fakultajiet tal-bniedem huwa li jiltaqa’ ma’ Alla, il-Ħanin. B’hekk l-għan prinċipali ta’ ħajtu huwa li t-tieqa ta’ qalbu tinfetaħ għal Alla.

X’pjaċir hemm fil-ħajja jekk…

Nixtieq nikkonkludi b’xi siltiet mill-poeżja tal-Fundatur tal-Komunità Ahmadiyya Musulmana, fejn hu jispjega b’mod tajjeb ħafna għaliex huwa importanti li nħobbu lil Alla, u kif se tkun il-ħajja mingħajr Alla.

X’pjaċir hemm fil-ħajja jekk Hu ma jinstabx

Ħajja bħal din hi misħuta jekk tkun ’il bogħod Minnu

L-għan kollu huwa li tara Wiċċu mill-isbaħ

Din hija l-Ġenna – li jinstab il-Maħbub familjari.

Hu jipprovdi għal kulħadd, il-Grazzja Tiegħu hija manifesta,

Fih biss tinsab il-faraġ tagħna; Hu waħdu hu għażiż għalina.

Mingħajru ma nistgħux ngħixu, il-bqija kollox hu invalidu,

Imbierek dan il-jum, Qaddis hu Dak li jżommni fil-ħarsa tiegħu.

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What does Islam stand for?

TAF? L-IŻLAM…

  • Huwa l-aħħar reliġjon mingħand Alla għall-bnedmin kollha. Huwa reliġjon komprensiva, ibbilanċjata, perfetta, kompleta u universali. Sawwar stil ta’ għajxien u ta direzzjoni f’kull qasam tal-ħajja umana.
  • Huwa reliġjon naturali, faċli u sempliċi u jindirizza l-bżonnijiet umani kollha. Jippromwovi l-ugwaljanza fost il-bnedmin kollha.
  • Jenfasizza r-rispett lejn il-fundaturi tar-reliġjonijiet kollha. Isostni li l-qlub isibu s-sodisfazzjon, is-sliem u s-serħan fit-tifkira ta’ Alla.
  • Huwa reliġjon paċifika, huwa mnissel mill-kelma Għarbija ‘salema’ li tfisser paċi u ubbidjenza. Huwa reliġjon tan-natura u li tissapportja l-libertà tal-kuxjenza u l-fidi, u jemmen li ma għandux ikun hemm sfurzar fir-reliġjon.
  • Juri r-rispett lejn ir-reliġjonijiet kollha bħall-Kristjaneżmu, il-Ġudaiżmu, il-Buddiżmu u l-Ħinduiżmu. Jippromwovi d-djalogu bejn is-segwaċi tat-twemminiet differenti fid-dinja. Jgħallem li l-postijiet tal-qima tar-reliġjonijiet kollha għandhom jiġu rispettati.
  • Jikkundanna kull qtil u vjolenza u jgħid li “min joqtol bniedem… ikun bħallikieku qatel il-bnedmin kollha”. Jgħożż il-ħajja tal-bnedmin u jgħid li “min isalva l-ħajja (ta’ xi ħadd), ikun bħallikieku salva lill-bnedmin kollha”.
  • Jgħallem ir-rispett lejn in-nisa, it-tfal u x-xjuħ, u jissalvagwardja d-drittijiet tas-sezzjonijiet kollha tas-soċjetà.
  • Jispjega t-tagħlim kollu tiegħu fil-Koran Imqaddes li huwa l-Ktieb Sagru għall-Musulmani kollha, li ġie rivelat minn Alla fuq il-Qaddis Profeta Muħammad, is-sliem għalih.
  • Jemmen li l-Koran Imqaddes hu senduq mimli teżori għall-benefiċċju tal-umanità kollha.
  • Jgħallem l-imħabba u l-ubbidjenza lejn Alla, u l-imħabba lejn il-proxxmu, u biex inġibu ruħna b’qalb ħanina ma’ ħutna u sħabna. Jgħallem ir-rispett u l-imħabba, għalhekk il-Komunità Ahmadiyya Musulmana għażlet motto li, ‘Imħabba għal Kulħadd – Mibegħda għal Ħadd’. Aqra Iktar f’ Id-Dawl
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The impact of words

I would like to share a story of a king who had a lovely horse. One day, the horse fell sick and there was no chance for recovery, making the king extremely sad who repeatedly enquired about its health. He sent a very high-ranking minister of his to see the horse; he came back and informed the king that his horse had died. The king, who didn’t want to hear such news, flew into rage and severely punished the minister and lowered his rank.

He then sent another minister who was very wise and gentle. Upon returning, he informed the king that there are no signs of pain and the horse is in a state of complete peace and comfort. After a thorough examination of the horse, he said he didn’t hear any voice whatsoever from its chest. The king understood that the horse had died but remained calm and stable due to the selection of the minister’s wise and appropriate words which provided relief, consolation and solace to the king who consequently rewarded his minister for his gentle and wise approach.

This story highlights that words make a difference, and the huge impact words can have. Inappropriate and ill-selected words, even if true, impact a person negatively both physically and emotionally, and sometimes people on the receiving end suffer extremely and some even end up self-harming themselves.

Conversely, wisely chosen words describing the same situation, can resonate positively with others and boost their morale and wellbeing.

So, we must weigh our words properly and always select the right and most appropriate words whenever we speak or write something, because our words have a great impact, so we must think before we speak or write. Read this article in Maltese

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Sowing the seeds of peace through mutual Respect

In this day and age when the world has literally shrunk to a global village in a way that could not have been imagined previously, we must realise our responsibilities as human beings and should try to pay attention towards spreading peace, love and brotherhood amongst one another. In addition, it is also important to show respect for each other’s religious feelings and sentiments.

When someone hurts another’s feelings by uttering disrespectful words against their religion or against their holy personages, it leads to creating tensions and conflicts between people. Such uttering does not benefit humanity in any way. What can be the benefit of hurting such sensitivities that only increase hatred and dislike between people?

We must therefore understand that we cannot sow the seeds of peace without sowing the seeds of mutual respect between us. Together, let us build a mutual narrative to always show respect for each other, for each other’s religions as well as for the holy personages, God’s messengers and to the founders of all religions.

The Holy Qur’an states that God has sent His Messengers to every nation to show them the right path – the path that leads to Him. Furthermore, the Holy Qur’an declares the piety and truthfulness of every prophet. The Holy Qur’an says:

‘And for every people there is a Messenger. So when their Messenger comes, it is judged between them with equity, and they are not wronged.’ (10:48)

‘Verily, We have sent thee with the truth, as a bearer of glad tidings and as a Warner; and there is no people to whom a Warner has not been sent.’ (35:25)

In light of these verses from the Holy Qur’an, it is clear that Islam categorically states and emphasizes that throughout human history, in every time and in every part of the world, God has been taking care of the religious and spiritual needs of human beings by sending messengers to deliver the divine message to their respective people.

This sense of mutual respect and honour for all the messengers and founders of the world religions lays the foundation for universal brotherhood, harmony, tolerance and peace, something which is fast disappearing from the world.

As Muslims, we respect and honour all the prophets and messengers (peace be upon them all). We believe all of them to be the messengers sent by the Almighty God and we do not say anything disrespectful against any of them. However, we are deeply saddened when we hear baseless, untrue allegations against our beloved Prophet – Muhammad (sa).

The Almighty God sends His messengers to the people so that they can show them the ways that bring people closer to God and closer to humanity. When we read the teachings of the world’s major religions we find that the core objectives of every religion have always been to bring people closer to God and to establish human values.

No founder of any religion has taught his disciples to deny the rights of others or to act in a cruel manner towards other human beings. Islam teaches us to show unconditional respect towards all the prophets of God, makes it imperative on Muslims to believe in all the prophets who have been mentioned in the Holy Bible or the Holy Qur’an, and to make no distinction between the messengers of God. [1]

Therefore, in order to maintain peace in society, it is necessary for everyone to eliminate all sentiments of hostility from their heart and to increase their levels of tolerance. There is a need to stand in defence of the respect and reverence of each other’s Prophets.

Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as), the Promised Messiah and Mahdi, the holy Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has emphasised on this approach to attaining peace in the world, which is based on the true teachings of Islam. He says:

The Promised Messiah (as)

The Promised Messiah & Imam Mahdi, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) of Qadian

‘This principle lays down the foundation of love, peace and harmony, and supports moral values, in that we consider all those prophets true who appeared in the world—whether in India, or Persia or China or any other country. God instilled their respect and grandeur in the hearts of millions and made firm the roots of their religion, which remained established for centuries. This is the principle that the Qur’an teaches us. In light of this principle, we honour all religious founders who fall under this description whether they are the founders of the religion of the Hindus, or the religion of the Persians, or the religion of the Chinese, or the religion of the Jews or the religion of the Christians. Unfortunately, our adversaries cannot treat us this way, and they do not bear in mind the pristine and unalterable law of God that He does not give that blessing and honour to a false prophet that

He bestows upon the true one. The religion of a false prophet does not take root and does not last long as does the religion of a truthful prophet.

Therefore, people subscribing to this kind of belief—who defame the prophets of other nations by declaring them false—are always enemies of peace and harmony, because there is no greater mischief than abusing the elders of other nations.’ [2]

If we analyse the current international situation, we realize that the world is going through times of uncertainty and great turmoil. This requires that we create an atmosphere of love and affection so that we can remove the tension and fear, deliver a message of love and peace to all those around us, learn to live in far greater harmony than ever before and therefore create a better life and become acquainted with the true values ​​of humanity.

Indeed, respect is a core principle for building harmonious cohesive societies. Therefore, let us all build a new world, a caring and loving world, by sowing the seeds of peace and harmony through mutual love and respect.

It is my fervent prayer that all of us understand our responsibilities and together play our effective roles in spreading peace, love, brotherhood and respect among all people and in turn strengthen our relationship with our Creator. Ameen.

About the Author: Laiq Ahmed Atif is currently serving as an Imam of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Malta. He is a very regular writer in national and international newspapers and journals, in Urdu, Maltese and English.


ENDNOTES: [1] Holy Qur’an 2:286; 3:85 | [2] A Gift for the Queen, second edition reprinted in UK in 2018, pp.6-7

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Friendship with Christians

Ħbiberija mal-Insara: Il-Musulmani jistgħu jkunu ħbieb mal-Lhud u l-Insara?

Il-Koran Imqaddes huwa kelma sagra ta’ Alla li ġiet rivelata lill-Qaddis Profeta Muħammad, is-sliem għalih. Il-Koran Imqaddes huwa ktieb sħiħ ta’ gwida u għerf profond. Madankollu, biex nifhmu sew dan it-tagħlim, il-gwida sħiħa u l-messaġġ veru, huwa importanti ħafna li nżommu quddiem għajnejna l-kuntest u t-tagħlim kollu, u ma neħdux xi versi barra mill-kuntest. Għalhekk meta nitkellmu dwar il-versi tal-Koran Imqaddes li jitkellmu dwar il-Lhud u l-Insara, jew dwar in-nies ta’ twemmin ieħor, huwa importanti li nżommu l-kuntest u versi oħra relatati mas-suġġett quddiemna. Inkella, it-tagħlim tiegħu se jinftiehem ħażin u jista’ jwassal għal xi kunċetti żbaljati. Sfortunatament hekk ġara fejn in-nies ma ħadux il-kuntest quddiem għajnejhom u fehmu ħażin it-tagħlim Koraniku. Wieħed minn dawn l-eżempji huwa l-vers li ġej.

Intom li temmnu, la teħdux il-Lhud u l-Insara bħala ħbieb. Huma ħbieb u alleati ta’ xulxin. U min fostkom jeħodhom bħala ħbieb huwa tassew isir wieħed minnhom. Alla tabilħaqq ma jurix it-triq it-tajba lin-nies il-ħżiena. (5:52)

Dan il-vers tal-Koran Imqaddes spiss jiġi kkwotat biex juri li l-Iżlam huwa reliġjon intolleranti u jikkmanda lis-segwaċi tiegħu biex ma jagħmlux ħbieb ma’ Lhud, Insara u nies ta’ twemmin ieħor.

Imma fir-realtà dan mhux il-każ. Il-vers 58 jiċċara r-raġunijiet biex jiġu skuraġġiti ħbiberiji mal-Lhud u l-Insara minħabba l-fatt li kienu fil-kunflitti mal-Musulmani u anke kienu jiċħdu lill-Musulmani talli jżommu mal-fidi tagħhom. Il-Koran Imqaddes jgħid:

Intom li temmnu, la teħdux lil dawk li jieħdu l-fidi tagħkom biċ-ċajt u l-logħob, minn fost il-Lhud u l-Insara, u dawk li ma jemmnux, bi ħbieb u alleati; u dejjem ibżgħu minn Alla, jekk tassew temmnu. (5:58)

Jiġifieri, meta l-Musulmani huma fil-gwerra jew għandhom kunflitti mal-Lhud, mal-Insara jew mas-segwaċi ta’ twemminiet oħra, għandhom dejjem jibqgħu man-nies tagħhom, u m’għandhomx jagħmlu ħbiberija ma’ dawk li qed jiġġieldu kontrihom.

Prekawzjonijiet bħal dawn dejjem jittieħdu għas-sigurtà u l-benesseri tan-nies kull meta jkun hemm xi gwerra jew kunflitt, u d-dinja moderna tal-lum mhijiex eċċezzjoni. Dan huwa dak li hu pprojbit.

Il-Ġenerożità u l-Mogħdrija

Iżda li tittratta lil xi ħadd bil-qalb, b’kompassjoni u simpatija, mhux biss huwa permess iżda huwa imperattiv għall-Musulmani. Il-Koran Imqaddes ikompli jispjega din il-kwistjoni u jgħid:

Alla ma jżommkomx milli turu tjieba u ġustizzja lejn dawk li ma ġġildux kontrikom minħabba r-reliġjon u lanqas keċċewkom minn djarkom. Alla tabilħaqq iħobb lill-ġusti. Alla jżommkom biss milli tissieħbu ma’ dawk li ġġieldu kontrikom minħabba l-fidi, u huma keċċewkom minn djarkom, u għenu lill-għedewwa fit-tkeċċija tagħkom. Allura, min jissieħeb magħhom, dawk ikunu l-ħżiena. (60:9-10)

Din hija s-sbuħija tal-kelma ta’ Alla li tispjega kollox b’mod tal-għaġeb, tipprovdi raġunijiet u loġika ma’ kull kmandament. Il-Koran Imqaddes iżomm lura lill-Musulmani jekk huma fil-gwerra mal-Lhud, l-Insara jew kwalunkwe reliġjon oħra, u għal dak iż-żmien ta’ gwerra biss, mhux iktar. Barra minn hekk, huwa d-dmir tal-Musulmani li jsiru ħbieb u juru mogħdrija, simpatija u qalb tajba lejn il-bnedmin kollha ta’ rieda tajba u dawk li jżommu mal-paċi, mingħajr ebda eċċezzjoni jew diskriminazzjoni. Aqra Iktar f’ Id-Dawl

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Id-Dawl 54

ID-DAWL 54

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