Members of West Norfolk’s branch of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association saw huge interest in their Lynn town centre exhibition of translations of the Koran on Sunday.
With a stall of over 30 translations in African, Asian and European languages, held in New Conduit Street, some of the members were on hand to answer any questions about the teachings. Usman Chaudhary, of the Association, said: “This was the second successful event of its kind in Lynn and judging from the response it was much-needed to inform and educate the people about our Holy Book. We had over 70 individuals who wanted to know more detailed information about Islamic teachings.”
Pictured above from left are Usman Chaudhary, Shakil Pashe, Kamal Abdulai, Mohammed Malas and Chaudhry Mushdaq Ahmad.