The Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha`at Islam Lahore
was founded in Lahore (now Pakistan) in 1914 by some senior
companions of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
(d. 1908) with the chief object of the propagation of the true
picture of Islam, as a tolerant, rational, peaceful and
liberal faith. This propagation work is done by publishing literature
and establishing missions, centres and branches of the Movement
around the world.
We believe in Islam as taught in the Holy Quran and as illustrated
in practice by the Holy Prophet Muhammad. Our belief is that
the Holy Prophet Muhammad was the Last and final Prophet, after
whom no prophet whatsoever can appear.
The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement has created and published, over
the years, a wide range of highly-renowned books on all aspects
of Islam and the Ahmadiyya Movement. This literature has received
world-wide acclaim for its authenticity, high standard, scholarship
and service to the cause of Islam. The Movement was a pioneer
in the field of Islamic missionary work around the world, and
its work has been praised by many Muslims from outside the Movement.