Toronto’s Nathan Philips Square to host 50th anniversary celebrations of Muslim community

Toronto’s Nathan Philips Square to host 50th anniversary celebrations of Muslim community

On Sunday, May 8th Toronto City Hall located at Nathan Phillips Square will host 50th anniversary celebrations of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Canada. Nathan Phillips Square which was officially opened in 1965 marked its own 50th anniversary last year.

The event will start off with congregational prayers at 12:30PM and is expected to attract thousands of Muslims from across the Greater Toronto area. Toronto Mayor John Tory and Premier Kathleen Wynne will also take part in the celebrations.

National President of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Mr. Lal Khan Malik said:

“This is a year of great significance for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Canada, We are commemorating 50 years of contribution, success and integration in Canada and look forward to celebrating this milestone with our friends and family across Toronto”

 

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  1. The Great Country of the World, Canada, God May Bless you Ever; Thanks to Allah; Wishing All the Best in Celebrations in the 50th Anniversary Celebrations od Ahmadiayya Muslim Jama’at Canada Zarif Ahmad

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  2. Happy celeration, may Allah be with all the participants and may it be a source of blessing and progress for the Canada Jama’at.Aameen

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