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Ahmadiyya slogan 'Love for all Hatred for none' is path to the motto: There is none worthy of worship but Allah, Muhammad is His Messenger.

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salamsourceofpeace On December 08, 2016




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#1New Post! May 16, 2014 @ 06:51:10
Peace be on everyone. "Love for all hatred for none" is famous slogan of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community worldwide, who believe that moral and spiritual reforms are to be done without force. Their's these words mean that they have no malice for others; and that the real teaching of Islam ask for love everyone and show no cruelty; there should be no hate because of anyone's religion; they should tear down walls of hatred; they should serve humanity and convey message of Allah due to love of humanity; they should remove hatreds from hearts and sow seeds of love instead. The Ahmadiyya Community behind a Khalifah thinks and believe so because it is the true teaching of Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be on him). He saw world filled with corruption and away from God, he would pray for humanity and serve them so that they find God. When persecuted by mafias, he raised his hand to pray for their guidance. His morals were reflections of Holy Quran, according to his wife Hazrat Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her).


Currently, the world is going through all corruptions, selfishness and self centering is everywhere, a part of humanity is getting most benefits, rest is just slave.



The promised spiritual reformer Hazrat Promised Messiah and Mahdi (on whom be peace) has come to peacefully remind the forgotten morals of Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him). The Khalifah of Promised Messiah teaches that the path is 'Love for all, hatred for none' to the comprehensive motto: " There is none worthy of worship but Allah, Muhammad is His messenger."


Reference:
1- Friday sermon, 9 May 2014, by Fifth Ahmadiyya Khalifah (may Allah be his Helper), from U.K., at alislam.org and mta.tv

2- religiousforums.com/forum/ahmadiyya-dir/
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