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UK: Women of Muslim Association organise Christmas party in Gateshead


Food, including sweet mince pies, samosas, onion bhajis, cakes, halwa, were all available at the event, with the Ahmadi ladies setting the table in an appealing manner. 

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | UK Desk
Source/Credit: Chronicle Live
By Mark Davison | January 4, 2016

Women of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association organised a Christmas party for the residents of St. Marks Court Care Home in Gateshead.

On 24th December women of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association (Tyne & Wear) organised a Christmas party for the residents of ST. Marks Court Care Home at Gateshead.

Food, including sweet mince pies, samosas, onion bhajis, cakes, halwa, were all available at the event, with the Ahmadi ladies setting the table in an appealing manner. They also presented seasonal cards to the residents.


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  1. A very commendable effort by Ahmadi Women.These get togethers will bring people closer to each other and this way a peaceful society will come into being.

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