This essay is a list of the estimated Ahmadiyya population by country, per the writer and researcher’s of this blog. Per our estimate, there are barely 150,000 Qadiani-Ahmadi’s in the entire world. With Pakistan having the most at roughly 80-90,000, and Germany coming in second place at 20,000, the uk is 19,000, Canada is 18,000 and the USA is roughly 15,000. All of these jamaats fall under the umbrella of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International (AMJI).
The rest of the countries are under construction.
There is a quick way to evaluate whether or not the Ahmadiyya leadership’s claims of numbers or estimated presence is accurate or not: count the number of Ahmadiyya mission centers, twitter accounts and the amount of murrabi’s working in any given country. It is difficult to hide how many Ahmadiyya mission centers are present in each country, in part due to Google Maps’ accurate indexing of data, and so it serves as a good method of estimating population. Let’s take a look at how many Ahmadis are claimed for the USA and UK Jama’ats:
USA – 15,000 – Source: “Muslim group to get own caucus on Capitol Hill”. Washington Times. February 27, 2014. Retrieved March 1, 2014. This is reliable because Ahmadis themselves had to submit how many members their caucus on Capitol Hill would be representing and we can assume that they didn’t want to perjure themselves (although, they weren’t strictly under oath).
There are 55 Ahmadiyya mission centers in the USA – Source: Grossman, Cathy Lynn (February 29, 2012). “Number of U.S. mosques up 74% since 2000”. USA Today. Retrieved July 17, 2015. There are 2106 Islamic mission centers in the USA in total, including Ahmadiyya in this count.
This works out to 15000/55 = 272 capita/mission center for the USA.
UK – 30,000 Ahmadis – Source: “Ahmadiyya Muslim Community celebrates 100 years since first missionary came to UK”. This is Local London. June 3, 2013. Retrieved May 2, 2014.
30000/150 = 200 capita/mission center for the UK. The USA and UK contain some of Ahmadiyya’s biggest facilities, like the mission center in Morden UK called “Bait ul Futuh” — hailed as “Western Europe’s biggest mosque” by Ahmadis themselves.
South Africa area
North Africa area
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