Launch: Holy Qur’an – Sinhala Translation.
Posted on July 27th, 2015

PRESS RELEASE AHMADIYYA  MUSLIM  JAMA’AT – SRI LANKA

Sinhala Translation with Arabic Text of the Holy Qur’an by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at will be launched at Colombo National Education & Book Fair to be held at Public Library Premises, Colombo. It will be displayed as a main feature of the event. Stall No. 8 and 9.

This week-long book fair commences from July 28 will also have display of the copies of Holy Qura’an Translations by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at in 73 languages of world over. The Sinhala Translation of the book Philosophy of Teachings of Islam is also one of the main displays in the event. This original book in Urdu was written by Ahmadiyya Founder Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.

A Peace Message translated into Sinhala will also be for wider distribution at the event.

This year (2015) marks the centenary of the establishment of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at – Sri Lanka.

2 Responses to “Launch: Holy Qur’an – Sinhala Translation.”

  1. Ancient Sinhalaya Says:

    Peace, peace that’s all we need. Just like in Syria, Iraq, afganisthan, Pakistan, iran, turkey, libiya, Somalia, Nigeria, etc. etc.
    Adding Sri Lanka to your long list? Don’t you get it? Nobody outside the mussies doesn’t like it!

  2. Ratanapala Says:

    World needs to examine closely this book the Koran. Salman Rushdie called it “Satanic Verses”. This book inculcates intolerance of other religions and creeds which has now led to barbaric terrorism throughout the world. Western Christian countries are slowly waking up to this reality. Muslims firmly believe that it is a God given technical manual that tells them exactly what to do under all circumstances. Islam definitely is not a religion of peace. Pussyfooting about this lie will not end the current impasse in controlling the Islamic insurgency. The history of Islam and that of its followers is full of murder, mayhem and cruelty to women peoples of other faiths. Fact of the matter is that they are coached from a young age on intolerance in the schools called Madrasaas. It is difficult to catch the horses after they have bolted. What happens inside the family circles must be thoroughly investigated to get at the truth.

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