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Books by Khalifatul Masih IV

Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(1928-2003)
Khalifatul Masih IV (1982-2003)

1982 - Opening of the first Ahmadiyya Mosque in Spain
1983 - Huzur visited Singapore, Fiji, Australia and Sri Lanka. Laying the foundation stone of "Bait-ul-Huda" mosque and Mission House at Sydney.
1984 - Moved from Rabwah to London
1986 - Huzur visited Canada, Holland, West Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Spain.
1987 - Huzur launches Waqfe Nau scheme. Huzur travelled to East Africa and Mauritius.
1988 - Huzur visited six countries of West Africa Gambia, Sierra-Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ghana and Nigeria. Huzur challenged key leaders of Pakistan for a "Mubahala". Nine weeks later the dictator,General Zia-ul-Haq is killed in a plane crash.
1989 - 100 years of Ahmadiyyat.
1991 - Huzur attended Jalsa Salana Qadian to mark the 100th Annual Conference to be held in Qadian
1992 - Hadhrat Sayyeda Asifa Begum, wife of Huzur and a grand daughter of the Promised Messiah passed away in April. MTA was launched in August in London. Opening ceremony of Baitul Zikr in Toronto takesplace in October.
1993 - The first International Bai'at (initiation ceremony) took place. Humanity First was launched. Its first mission was to take relief convoys to the war torn Balkans.
1994 - Opening ceremony of Baitul Rehman, Maryland, USA. Huzur started delivering lectures on homeopathic medicine on MTA, which were later published in a book.
1999 - Between 1989 and 1999 the Community had translated the Holy Qur’an into 27 languages bringing the total to 53.
2000 - Huzur visited Indonesia
2002 - Baithul Futuh Foundation stone is laid in February. Huzur launched the Maryam Shaadi Fund to give financial help to girls in poor families for their marriage
2003 - Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih IV, delivered his last Friday Sermon at the London Mosque on 18th April 2003

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