Saturday, June 29, 2013

Infuriating use of answering machines by Kenya Power

Of course, it HAD to happen. I mean after nearly a week of hardly any power misbehaviour, this week it's been a continuous on/off, business as usual, one. 

In fact, where Nyali is concerned Kenya Power could very well be a candidate for being the world record holder for being the MOST inefficient, unethical, irresponsible company ever!!! This is the award that everybody in Nyali and probably elsewhere would gladly give them without a second thought.

Starting from Wednesday, their outages have been really unbearable to date. 

Then, to add to our frustrations, their so-called 'contact centre' no longer resides in Mombasa. You now find that all the various emergency numbers all lead to Nairobi! And this is what you will hear....

'Welcome to Kenya power contact centre. Your call is important to us. Kindly wait to speak to one of our agents'(all this is said with low background music).

The above is repeated twice and then there is a pause in the music and you get the impression that a human (agent), has at long last come on the line...

'Are you still there....?'

This last is spoken and asked in such a manner that you will feel like giving 'it' a very colourful answer, but then you'd be talking to 'nothing'!!!

Of course, the whole will be repeated and then it will either be answered by a human who will, like the taped message, give you his/her name very fast and then you can give it your details, etc. 

If this does not happen then, the voice will tell you that ALL their agents are busy, etc.

Considering that we're holding while all this interesting use of technology is taking place over the ether, you'll be fuming for various obvious reasons - your limited credit on the phone is going, the phone battery is probably also dying and of course the fact that you've been catapulted to a time before mankind had discovered electricity by our idiotic monopolistic power company. 

Considering they cannot work efficiently enough for us to have a consistent power supply for which they charge an arm and a leg, they owe it to the much maligned public to have toll-free emergency numbers. 

So, Kenya Power (you're anything but...), can you please, at least get some toll-free numbers for us to call when you do not and cannot work reliably?

An Open Letter to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif

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An Open Letter to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif 

"He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself." Thomas Paine

By Zia H Shah MD

Dear Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, I know you would be busy in running the affairs of the state and managing the fate of Ex President Pervez Musharaf, but, you would recall that on the very first day of your assumption of power, you banned the Muslim Times (TMT) and possibly other sites from view within Pakistan.
I have had at least 10 testimonies from readers in Pakistan that when they try to log in, instead of our content, they read, "The  website is not accessible. The site contains content that is prohibited for  viewership from within Pakistan."
These readers have written to me from Lahore, Rawalpindi, Sialkot and Rabwah.
Dear Prime Minister, you would recall that you have in a recent speech condemned Ex President Musharaf for not honoring the constitution of Pakistan and acting against it.  But, in your unilateral and unreasonable action against TMT, without due process, you yourself have violated the constitution of Pakistan, Article 19 of which states:
Every citizen shall have the right to freedom of speech and expression, and there shall be freedom of the press, subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interest of the glory of Islam or the integrity, security or de fence of Pakistan or any part thereof, friendly relations with foreign States, public order, decency or morality, or in relation to contempt of court, or incitement to an offence.
Dear Prime Minister, you or your law experts would also recall that Pakistan is a signatory of Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  Article 1 of the Declaration states:
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are   endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
We humbly request our freedom and a brotherly treatment.
Dear Prime Minister, you or your more brainy friends will recall a quote from Evelyn Beatrice Hall, a biographer of the famous French philosopher Voltaire, "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it," which is often quoted in support of freedom of speech.
You may also recall a quote of President Thomas Jefferson, who wrote the declaration of Independence of USA, "Dissent is the highest form of patriotism."
Dear Prime Minister, you or those who acted on your behalf to ban TMT, would recall that one of the guiding principles of TMT is that we want to establish universal brotherhood and sisterhood for the whole of humanity.  You profess to believe in the Holy Prophet Muhammad, may peace be on him, who was one of the staunchest believers in universal brotherhood.  Can we assume that you did not ban us for our contributions in this sphere?
Dear Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, you will recall that one of the core values of TMT is Separation of Mosque-Church and State.  You may refuse it in Pakistan under your governance.  But, you could certainly not deny the sorry state of 160 million Muslims in India or 8 million Sunni Muslims in Iran, if this same value was denied in neighboring India or Iran?
Thomas Paine, one of the Founding Fathers of USA, once wrote about religious freedom:
As to religion, I hold it to be the indispensable duty of all government to protect all conscientious professors thereof, and I know of no other business which government hath to do therewith.
The thousands of regular readers from all around the globe would recall that in the last three years of its publication, TMT has published more than 20,000 posts.  We have aggregated materials for human rights, women rights, universal brotherhood, freedom of thought, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, Muslim heritage and beauties of the teachings of Islam and last but not the least, Separation of Mosque-Church and State.  Dear Prime Minister please tell us for which of these 20,000 contributions have we been knighted with the honor of ban in Pakistan?
Those readers, who have not been able to directly confirm the ban in Pakistan on TMT, can recall and at a glance confirm that the mentor of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, General Zia ul Haq had enacted draconian laws, in 1984, against the members of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, which are still part and parcel of Pakistan law under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif.  According to these laws any member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, who poses to be a Muslim by word or action is to be imprisoned for three years.  Almost all of the 60 members of Editorial team of TMT are guilty of living the life of a Muslim on a daily basis!  Incidentally, I have had to remove the names of our Editorial team members in Pakistan, from the site, for their personal safety.
In closing, dear Prime Minister, we do not want to impose on your precious time, but, please be kind enough to make one of your private secretaries communicate to us that for what crime of ours, the Muslim Times has been banned in Pakistan?
Read in the Muslim Times.
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Monday, June 24, 2013

John the Baptist Day: The Quran and the Bible

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John the Baptist Day: The Quran and the Bible
'O Yahya (John the Baptist), hold fast the Book.' And We gave him wisdom while yet a child, and tenderness of heart from Ourself, and purity. And he was pious and dutiful toward his parents. And he was not haughty and rebellious.  And peace was on him the day he was born, and the day he died, and peace there will be on him the day he will be raised up to life again.  (Al Quran 19:13-16)
Truly I tell you, among those born of women there has not risen anyone greater than John the Baptist.  (Matthew 11:11)
John the Baptist is baptizing Jesus, painting by Guido Reni, John the Baptist is shown as a towering figure, over-shadowing Jesus

Written and collected by Zia H Shah MD
Saint John the Baptist Day marks the birth of St John on June 24 each year. It is a public holiday in the autonomous community of Catalonia in Spain.
The Holy Quran paints a picture of John the Baptist, may peace be on him, entirely consistent with its theology but the same cannot be said about the account in the Gospels and the Christian theology.
Saint John the Baptist Day is a public holiday in the autonomous community of Catalonia on June 24. Public life is generally quiet. Most businesses and other organizations are closed. Most stores are closed but some bakers and food stores may be open. Public transport services generally run to a reduced schedule, although there may be no services in rural areas.
St John was a preacher and religious figure during Jesus' lifetime, according to the Christian belief. Baptism rituals in the Jordan River were an important part of his ministry.
John the Baptist is the patron saint of many villages, towns and regions, including Catalonia. The Saint John the Baptist Eve and Day celebrations have their origin in ancient Midsummer solstice celebrations. These are reflected in the use of fire, water and certain herbs in the celebrations.[1]
The Holy Quran presents him as a Jewish prophet among the chain of prophets and it is entirely consistent with the Quranic theology that there are no regions of the world, where prophets were not sent by God to guide mankind.
One obvious dilemma created by the person of John the Baptist is that a person of higher religious standing baptizes a person, who is junior to him.  So, if John the Baptist baptized Jesus, in spiritual realm he had a status higher than Jesus?  If this be true it takes away from the theory of Jesus, may peace be on him, being literal son of God!  We read in the Gospel of Matthew:
Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to be baptized by John. But John tried to deter him, saying, 'I need to be baptized by you, and do you come to me?'
Jesus replied, 'Let it be so now; it is proper for us to do this to fulfill all righteousness.' Then John consented. (Matthew 3:13-15)
John the Baptist is baptizing Jesus, presumably taking a superior role and not declaring his faith in 'son of God,' who has come to 'die for sins of humanity,' including those of John the Baptist's, if any, and his followers.  He continues with his ministry rather than yielding to the alleged son of God!
According to Encyclopedia Britannica, "All four Gospels recognize in John the start of the Christian Era, and each in its own way tries to reconcile John's precedence in time and Jesus' acceptance of his message and of a baptism of repentance from his hands (elements suggesting subordination to John), with the author's belief in Jesus as Messiah and son of God." [2] 
The myth making of Gospel of Luke knows no bounds, even in his mother's womb John recognizes Jesus—also still in his mother's womb—as his Lord. (Luke 1:39-45)   Yet in the Gospel of Matthew we read that John the Baptist is not sure about the status of Jesus, just a few years before crucifixion and sends his followers to make queries:
When John, who was in prison, heard about the deeds of the Messiah, he sent his disciples to ask him, 'Are you the one who is to come, or should we expect someone else?'
Jesus replied, 'Go back and report to John what you hear and see:  The blind receive sight, the lame walk, those who have leprosy are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, and the good news is proclaimed to the poor. Blessed is anyone who does not stumble on account of me.'
Truly I tell you, among those born of women there has not risen anyone greater than John the Baptist.  (Matthew 11:2-11)
John the Baptist does not get to hear the story about his grandeur as his followers had left before Jesus praised him, but Jesus' followers are told that John the Baptist is the greatest of all.  Presumably he is greater than Jesus also as he was born of Mother Mary.
No reason is offered as to why John the Baptist is greater than the Prophet Abraham or the Prophet Moses, who are the Founding Fathers of Judaism, in their own right, even though centuries apart?
It is strange that according to St. Paul a new religion is being launched in Jesus dying for the sins of humanity, yet both Jesus and John the Baptist are living the lives of Jewish prophets and both are circumcised and continue to follow other Jewish ethics, according to the Gospels.
According to St. Paul a new Covenant is being signed between God and His people but through out the lifetime of Jesus, there is no mention of the new Covenant, he and his followers are practicing the old Jewish Covenant every day of the week, even as Jesus prays passionately to God the Father, for the bitter cup to be taken away from him.  He himself is circumcised and so is everyone of his followers and the person who baptizes him, until St. Paul signs a new deal more than 20 years after crucifixion, to ease pagan's conversion to Christianity.
So, much for a new Covenant!
The external sign of the old Covenant, which is circumcision, is being practiced universally, until decades after crucifixion or the new Covenant, in the new Christian communities.
Interestingly, in reading the account of John the Baptist in the Gospels, we do find a mention of the Holy Prophet Muhammad, as 'the Prophet.'  We read in the Gospel of John:
Now this was John's testimony when the Jewish leaders in Jerusalem sent priests and Levites to ask him who he was. He did not fail to confess, but confessed freely, 'I am not the Messiah.'
They asked him, 'Then who are you? Are you Elijah?'
He said, 'I am not.'
'Are you the Prophet?'
He answered, 'No.' (John 1:19-21)
Incidentally, here we have another of the contradictions in the Bible, as John the Baptist refuses to be Elijah, but, Jesus calls him the Elijah. (Matthew 11:13-15)
At any rate, what is of greater interest in this account of the first chapter of Gospel of John, is the expression, 'the Prophet,' which is separate from Elijah or the Messiah and can most fittingly be applied only to the Holy Prophet Muhammad, may peace be on him.
On this holy day, let me extend an invitation to the two billion Christians that as we study the account of John the Baptist, in both the Holy Quran and the Holy Bible, as we celebrate his day, to try to compare and contrast the two theologies with the goal to find common themes.  Let me conclude in the words of the Holy Quran:
Say, 'O People of the Book! come to a word equal between us and you — that we worship none but Allah, and that we associate no partner with Him, and that some of us take not others for Lords beside Allah.' But if they turn away, then say, 'Bear witness that we have submitted to God.' (Al Quran 3:65)

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We have guests for lunch... & more!

These are just lovely! 


Get rid of your Pain by pressing Your Palm

Very graphically explained and worth trying.


Press with thumb for 5 seconds in the 
affected point of your palm & release 
for 3 seconds. Repeat for 2-3 minutes 
for 5 to 10 days.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Kenya Power & Lighting - false accounting and wrong billing due to inefficiency and negligence on the part of their Meter Readers.

I am beginning to think that KPLC is competing with the Water Company (MOWASCO), in estimating bills every month and then, suddenly one fine day they get their act together and bombard the consumer/s with an exorbitant bill!

Or are they doing this on purpose to intimidate people to accept their equally inept and unjust prepaid system?

In the case below, how do they expect the consumer to foot this HUGE amount?

Do we, the consumers, really have any rights with regards to being treated in this shoddy manner?

After all, due to their constant fluctuations and outages there have been many cases of people's
fridges, televisions, lights and other electrical equipment blowing up on them. I believe that this company is truly becoming irresponsible and insolent in the extreme. 

No matter what one says or writes about them, we never get an explanation, response or an apology from them. They are also not bothering to find an affordable, alternative and renewable power source. They seem to be like the mafia - only interested in collecting money to pay to their share-holders and make a profit at the expense of blood and sweat of millions of consumers. 

They make me thoroughly SICK!!!!


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Subject: Kenya Power & Lighting - false accounting and wrong billing due to inefficiency and negligence on the part of their Meter Readers.
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Dear Sir,

Kenya Power & Lighting - false accounting and wrong billing due to inefficiency and negligence on the part of their Meter Readers.

I have recently been hit by the KP&L with a large Electricity Bill of over KSh. 45,000/- for a small household, with minimum electrical appliances in use.  The basic cause of this false accounting and wrong billing is the lack of Meter Readings taken by the KP&L staff.  The Bill of KSh. 45,597/31 was dated 31/5/2013 with a provisio that it must be paid by 7/6/2013, but I received it on 15/6/2013, bearing in mind that KP&L will disconnect the power supply on 21/6/2013.  To cover their mistakes of the last 12 months in which the Meter Readers have never called at my house to obtain the correct readings, the monthly bills were falsified.  I am appalled by this sort of shoddiness in the services we pay the KP&L to perform.

The cashiers at the KP&L have been kind enough to print for me a complete record covering a period of 12 months in which the meter was never read, and the bills sent every month reflected the Estimated (E) Consumed Amount of electricity which KP&L merely speculated as having been consumed, and the correct amount charged was completely nonsensical, ranging between KSh. 542/50 and KSh. 22,767/83 and finally KSh. 45,597/31, per month.  This is totally irresponsible and I resent the way the KP&L organisation operates, with impunity!!!

Why on earth are Kenyans being treated with absolute contempt, and total lack of consideration.  Previous complaints by various consumers of KP&L services have been ignored and I do not feel that KP&L will ever respond to this letter, considering how arrogant and contemptuous they have always been.  There have been cases where consumers have be hit by bills as high as KSh. 1.80million in one month where their average consumption was of the order of KSh.70,000/- per month, with nothing outstanding, during the days when meters were properly read.
It is uplifting to see that the Deputy President William Ruto on Thursday 9/5/2013 told Kenya Power to sort out its inefficiency and look for other means to shore up revenue. He noted that  an increase in power prices would be an impossible burden for Kenyans already grappling with a high cost of living.
Is anybody at the KP&L listening to consumers' complaints or are they simply arrogant and bloody minded?

Best regards.
Musa Ittiso

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Historic Reception takes place at Houses of Parliament to Celebrate Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat UK Centenary

Unlike the hatred and divisiveness that some Muslims preach, the following is what the real message of Islam is all about.


LONDON, 13 June 2013
Deputy Prime Minister,  Secretaries of State and Parliamentarians welcome Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad to Westminster
The World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat and Fifth Khalifa, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, was welcomed to the Houses of Parliament by the Deputy Prime Minister and various Secretaries of State and Parliamentarians on 11 June 2013.
The Khalifa was visiting Westminster to deliver the keynote address at a special reception hosted by Rt Hon Ed Davey MP (Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change) and the 'All Party Parliamentary Group for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community' in recognition of the 100 Year Centenary Celebrations of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat in the UK.   
Prior to the formal proceedings, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad held private meetings with the Deputy Prime Minister Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP, Home Secretary Rt Hon Theresa May MP, Energy Secretary Rt Hon Ed Davey MP, Shadow Foreign Secretary Rt Hon Douglas Alexander MP, Rt Hon Keith Vaz MP and Siobhain McDonagh MP.
The formal proceedings began at 1.05pm with a brief welcome address given by Ed Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change. This was followed by short addresses by the Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, by Douglas Alexander, the Shadow Foreign Secretary and by Theresa May, the Home Secretary.
Rt Hon Ed Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change said:
"It is a real privilege for us to host the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community today. We know well the amazing work His Holiness (Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad) does for the cause of peace and also the members of the Ahmadiyya Community. Thus it is absolutely fitting that so many MPs are here to thank you for being loyal and hard-working members of society." 
Rt Hon Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister said:
"The most important values and ethos which the Ahmadiyya Community has steadfastly communicated to millions of people around the world is of course one of peace, of love and one of reconciliation and that is a message which is enduring, powerful at all times - amongst all ages and in all communities… We all join with you, whatever background, political party or religious background, in celebrating the presence of your community here over a hundred years but also to celebrate the message the community has so quietly, steadfastly and with dignity been spreading and communicating for so long - one of peace, love and reconciliation."
Rt Hon Douglas Alexander, Shadow Foreign Secretary said:
"In a world of ever greater diversity and challenges that message of reconciliation is needed more than ever before. I want to place on record our admiration for the leadership you (Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad) have personally shown and collectively your community has shown, for the work you have done, the difference you have made and the service you continue to do not just for the members of the Ahmadiyya Community but being a powerful voice for tolerance, reconciliation and for peace. 'Love for All, Hatred for None' is a philosophy from which we can all benefit and from which we have a lot to learn in the years ahead."
Rt Hon Theresa May, Home Secretary said:
"His Holiness (Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad) has shown and continued to show that the only effective way of persuading extremists out of their poisonous convictions is peaceful dialogue. That is a message that you are giving around the world and it is a message we should all listen to and heed. I know that you have been targeted as a community yourselves, particularly in Pakistan, where it is a criminal offence for Ahmadis to call themselves Muslims, and where you have been subjected to some horrific attacks. I am absolutely committed to tackling all forms of extremism wherever it occurs… I have every confidence that in another 100 years there will be a group of people celebrating 200 years of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Britain. Thank you for all that you have contributed here in the United Kingdom and not just here but also the message you are giving around the world." 
During his keynote address, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad spoke of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat's commitment to peace and tolerance; he spoke of the importance of loyalty to one's country as a part of Islamic faith; he strongly condemned the recent brutal killing of a British soldier in London; he absolutely rejected the concept of a violent Jihad in today's world and he appealed for justice in an effort to safeguard the world from warfare and conflict.
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad began his address by addressing directly all people associated with the Houses of Parliament by saying: 
"It is my sincere hope and prayer that all of the departments and people who work within this beautiful and grand building are able to fulfil the rights of serving this country and its people. I also hope and pray that they are able to work in the best possible manner towards fostering good relations with other nations, to act with justice and so make decisions that are of benefit to all parties. If this spirit is adopted then it will reap the very best fruits, which are of love, affection and brotherhood and will lead the world towards becoming a true haven of peace and prosperity."
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad said that loyalty to one's country was an essential part of Islamic faith and that it had been "emphatically ordered" by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). He said that all Ahmadi Muslims living in the UK desired "the progress and prosperity of this great nation." His Holiness also praised the British public for welcoming immigrants to the United Kingdom and allowing them to become "part of the fabric of British society." 
The Khalifa continued by stating that throughout its 100 year existence in the United Kingdom the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat had always promoted peace and rejected all forms of extremism.
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad said:
"These past 100 years prove and serve witness to the fact that the members of the Ahmadiyya Community have always fulfilled the requirement of being loyal to their country and have always steered absolutely clear of all forms of extremism, rebellion and disorder. In reality, the fundamental reason for this loyal and loving approach is due entirely to the fact that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a true Islamic religious community." 
The world leader continued by condemning and rejecting absolutely the concept of a 'violent Jihad'. He accepted with regret that some other 'so-called' Muslim scholars promoted such teachings but said they were entirely wrong and responsible for the formation of various terrorist groups and the radicalisation of certain individuals.
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad said:
"The most recent example of terrorism was, of course, the brutal killing of an innocent British soldier on the streets of London. It was an attack which had absolutely nothing to do with the real teachings of Islam; rather, Islamic teachings vehemently condemn such acts."
Later in his address, His Holiness appealed for mutual religious respect and tolerance. He said that Islam had given the foundation for peace because the Quran taught that prophets of God were sent to all peoples and nations.
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad said:
"No other religion so willingly and openly praises every faith and every nation as Islam does."
Describing the true character of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad said:
"It was the Founder of Islamwho developed the love of God and the love of His creation in our hearts. It was he who ingrained and established love and respect for all of mankind and for all religions within us. The Holy Prophet(peace be upon him) spent his entire life spreading peace in the world. That was his noble mission. Certainly, there will come a day when the people of the world will realise and understand that he did not bring any teachings of extremism. They will realise that all he brought was a message of peace, love and kindness.
Explaining that freedom of religion was a fundamental tenet of Islam, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad said:
"If a person's heart desires then they are free to accept Islam, but if their heart does not, then they are free to reject it. Therefore, Islam is completely against compulsion and extremism; rather, it advocates peace and harmony at all levels of society."
The Khalifa concluded by speaking about the critical need for justice in the modern world. He said that he feared current conflicts could escalate into a world war unless all forms of discrimination and inequality were rooted out. 
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad said:
"Due to the acts of certain countries the signs are that another world war is on the horizon. If a world war breaks out then the Western world will also be deeply affected by its far-reaching and devastating consequences. Let us save ourselves from such destruction. Let us save our future generations from the miserable and devastating consequences of war. There is a real risk of a nuclear war breaking out. To prevent such a horrific outcome, we should adopt justice, integrity and honesty and join together to suppress and stop those groups who wish to spread hatred and who wish to destroy the peace of the world."
The event concluded with a silent prayer and thereafter guests were able to personally meet with Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad.
The Centenary Celebrations were attended by 68 dignitaries, including 30 MPs and 12 Members of the House of Lords, including 6 Cabinet Ministers and 2 Ministers. Various media organisations including the BBC, Sky TV and ITV were also present to cover the event.
Prior to the event the three main party leaders had all written in support of the Centenary. Whilst congratulating the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Prime Minister, Rt Hon David Cameron MP said Britain could be proud of the Community and he praised Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad as "a man of peace."
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