‘Muslim-Aboriginal Connection’

Hmmm… Muslims trying to establish an aboriginal connection:

“The province’s Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at was visited by their caliph, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad more than two years ago. He instructed them to reach out to ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} communities and establish a relationship. It’s something the Ahmadiyya Muslim community is doing across the country, according to Imam Zeeshan Ahmed… 

“A new playground for the children of the Standing Buffalo Dakota ‘Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 1,287 people}… The Band paid for the materials while the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at volunteered to build it…

We have so many similarities and differences so it’s a matter of just making those connections and showing the kids that, yes we have our friends, our neighbours that can come in and make your community a better place“, 

Noella Eagle, principal of the Standing Buffalo school where the playground was built, said…”

— ‘Building playgrounds and relationships: Ahmadiyya Muslims and Standing Buffalo celebrate new play structure’,
CBC News, Oct. 22, 2018

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/new-playground-standing-buffalo-school-1.4873779

“Chief Roger Redman says there’s more that unifies his community and the Ahmadiyya Muslim community than one might think. Chief of the Standing Buffalo Dakota ‘Nation’ near Fort Qu’Appelle, Redman said he started speaking with the local Ahmadiyya Muslim community about a year ago. The Muslims started visiting the ‘First Nation’ {aboriginal community}, organizing food runs and working on the school.

“Now, Redman has travelled to London along with a coalition of ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} chiefs, elders and young people from across Canada to share their story with Ahmadiyya Muslims from around the world.

They’re a peaceful people“,
Redman told CBC Radio’s ‘Saskatoon Morning’.
And ‘indigenous’ people, we’re a peaceful people, too.” …

Working together, and having those discussions with the Muslim community, we’re finding a lot of similarities {?},”
he said.
When we talk about our culture or some of our general views, principles, when we talk about our ‘traditional governance’.”

“Ahmadiyya Muslim Rashid Ahmed says his community has made communicating with ‘First Nations’ people a priority…”

–‘Sask. Ahmadiyya Muslims, Indigenous chiefs find common ground in London’,
CBC News, Aug. 02, 2018
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/sask-muslim-first-nations-london-1.4772019

“The Ahmadiyya are not shy about seeking converts in Canada, mainly by connecting with politicians and offering hundreds of public talks and “interfaith” forums each year…

“There are fewer than 25,000 Ahmadi in Canada. Many of them are refugees from Pakistan. Ahmadi Muslims represent about one per cent of all the world’s Muslims; most live in South Asia and Africa.

“They formed in 1889 around Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, an Indian mystic who claimed to be the world’s messiah, “the second advent of Jesus”…

“B.C. Ahmadi leaders frequently invite politicians to their events. Across the country, the Ahmadi have over the years held thousands of “interfaith dialogues”, typically at universities… Asked if they often lure in converts by holding “dialogues” on Canadian campuses, they happily acknowledge they’ve had quite a bit of success…

“SFU Islamic specialist Derryl MacLean says the Ahmadi are part of an 

organized, bureaucratic, hierarchical and authoritarian movement”.

“In his chapter in “Asian Religions in B.C.” (UBC Press), MacLean says 

much of their organization and ideology revolve around the proselytization of Muslims and non-Muslims. This involves quite modern, evangelical methods”.

“Unlike most Muslims in Canada, MacLean writes:
The Ahmadis seek to monopolize the representation of the Muslim (community) in their own sectarian events”,
at which he says Ahmadi speakers typically claim to personify the “Islamic” view…”

–‘Who are the Ahmadi Muslims? And why are they so controversial?’,
DOUGLAS TODD, Vancouver Sun, March 28, 2017

https://vancouversun.com/news/staff-blogs/who-are-the-ahmadi-muslims-and-why-are-they-so-controversial
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