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35000 people, 1 venue, That’s not easy. In fact, in my school, in a class of 30 people, there is still unrest. Yet 35000 people,1 venue, and complete peace.

I think that’s one of the most beautiful things about the Jalsa. The brotherhood. The fact that the borders that divide us in modern day society do not exist here.

Be it your race, age,socioeconomic status, it’s irrelevant. We are all equal. Brothers. Gathered for the same purpose;worship of Allah.

United under a single flag guided by our Spiritual Leader: The Khalifatul Massih. United due to our common ideology: Love for All,Hatred for none.

Upon entry into Hadeeqatul Mahdi, I was drawn into a trance upon seeing the masses of people of all races, nationalities, and ages gathered with the same purpose; to remember and worship their Lord. It was as if the world outside could be forgotten, and the boundaries and limits created by society could be completely ignored. At the Jalsa, everyone is equal, as Islam says we should be.

I also remember a feeling of thankfulness. Being thankful for belonging to the only Jamaat in the world that is following the right path and has been blessed with true Khilafat. Being thankful for Allah’s blessing that has allowed the Jamaat to reach out to the corners of the earth and show people the true Islam. And thankful that so many of us could gather for the purpose of submission to him.

It’s beautiful seeing people of all races, nationalities and walks of life united, helping one another,talking,laughing,listening to the speeches. It’s truly moving.
And it’s one of the things I love most about the Jalsa.

Jazakallah and I wish all of you a happy and blessed Jalsa Salana 2015.