The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) will launch a #MessiahHasCome project nationwide on March 23rd to
proclaim the coming and the message of the awaited one. The national roll‐out aims to enlighten all people on the
belief that the long‐awaited Messiah arrived in the person of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, India (1835‐1908),
whose message 129 years ago provided solutions to challenges we now face today.
As part of its effort to send its warm season’s greetings and wishes to those celebrating the holidays across the nation, youth from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) are giving out thousands of holiday gifts to neighbors in communities surrounding our mosques.
In the wake of the devastation caused by Harvey, which made landfall in Texas on Friday as a Category 4 storm, countless Houstonians have stepped up to help their neighbors — offering food and supplies to people who have lost everything in the ongoing flooding. For one Muslim youth group, volunteering their service wasn’t even a question.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) is gathering young Muslim men from across the nation this weekend in Los Angeles for workshops and competitions. The 49th annual retreat is the longest running Muslim youth retreat in the U.S. and aims foster brotherhood and an American Muslim identity among attendees.