Monday, December 19, 2016

USA: Ahmadiyya leader to deliver invocation at CT State’s Quadrennial Electoral College Ceremony today


A delegation from the Muslim Community, who believe the Messiah has come, will join their President at the State Capitol's ornate Senate Chamber.

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | US Desk
Source/Credit: Hartford Courant
By Zahir Mannan | December 18, 2016

Dr. Mohammed Qureshi to offer opening prayer in CT State Capitol's Senate Chamber before Electors cast votes for next U.S. President.

CT Secretary of the State invited the President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community CT Baitul Aman "House of Peace" Mosque Meriden to present the opening invocation at the Quadrennial Electoral College Ceremony.

In another historic occasion for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Dr. Mohammed Qureshi will offer a prayer for our great nation united under God before the electors give their ballots for the next President of the United States of America.

Earlier this year, Dr. Qureshi attended President Obama's final State of the Union address as Rep. Joe Courtney's guest.

A delegation from the Muslim Community, who believe the Messiah has come, will join their President at the State Capitol's ornate Senate Chamber.

  • Event: Connecticut State's Quadrennial Electoral College Ceremony 2016
  • When: Monday, December 19th at 11 AM
  • Where: Connecticut State Capitol Building, Senate Chambers


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