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Read and listen to the warnings of WW3, given by the Caliph, for over 10 years


Discover the Caliph's
9-point plan to establish justice in the world


Learn about the 5th Caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

The direction the world is moving in suggests that the dark shadow of war is being cast over a very large part of the globe. If war breaks out then countless innocent women, children and elderly people will all die. The destruction will be greater than was witnessed in the previous two World Wars.

For many years I have warned that the world is moving rapidly towards another world war and now others are reaching the same conclusion. In fact, some prominent people are now saying that they believe that a world war has already begun.

If there is no justice, there is no peace. If you have double standards, as we can see in today’s world shown by the big powers, they cannot maintain peace in the world.


The world is passing through very turbulent times. As we emerge from the pandemic, the world faces challenges reminiscent of those preceding World War 2, from global recession, to geopolitical tensions and wars. 

The divinely guided Caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, has been warning world leaders for more than 10 years now, that unless absolute justice is practised in international and national affairs, then the march towards World War 3 is inevitable. 

His message is simple: unless humanity turns to its Creator and develops a sense of accountability before God, justice can never prevail. And without justice, there will never be peace. 

We present below his 9-point plan and call on you
ENDORSE his message now. 

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Ahmadiyya Peace Symposium 2013 - U.K.
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Ahmadiyya Peace Symposium 2013 - U.K.

The 4th Annual 'Ahmadiyya Muslim Prize for the Advancement of Peace' was presented by Ahmadiyya Khalifa His Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad to Dr Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, in recognition of his outstanding work in the promotion of peace through his life-changing medical work that has provided hope and a future for thousands of people in the developing world. Accepting the award in person, Dr Boachie-Adjei said he was "deeply honored and humbled" to receive the award and also said it was of great importance for all people to "to remember our roots and give back." The prize was given at the 10th Annual Peace Symposium, held on 23rd March 2013, at the largest Mosque in the Western Europe, Baitul Futuh Mosque in London. The event attracted an audience of more than 1,000 people, including Government Ministers, Ambassadors of State, Members of both Houses of Parliament and various other dignitaries and guests from all walks of life. The theme of this year's Symposium was 'The Pathway to Peace.' Before the keynote address, various dignitaries spoke about the importance of peace and the means to achieve it. Many in the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community think of this as a Nobel Peace prize, without the political strings attached. The recipients in the previous years have been: SOS Children's Villages UK - 2011 Recipient Abdul Sattar Edhi - 2010 Recipient Lord Eric Avebury - 2009 Recipient Whilst delivering the keynote address, His Holiness warned of catastrophic consequences if true justice at all levels was not observed. He said the risk of a nuclear war was real and was the biggest threat to today's civilization. Islam focuses on securing peace in every sphere of human activity. It encourages all to promote education, respect and tolerance, improve social and interfaith harmony, support charitable causes and serve humanity regardless of race, creed or color The Ahmadiyya Muslim community is dedicated to establish peace at all levels and to protect the basic human rights of all. In light of this it is keen to recognize efforts made by anyone to advance the cause of peace. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Peace Prize is therefore awarded in recognition of an individuals or an organisations contribution for the advancement of the cause of peace.