In 2021, there are barely 10 Ahmadi’s in all of the Philippines, Humanity First is also there working and trying to get converts. Talha Ali is the only Qadiani-Ahmadi missionary. There is only one Ahmadiyya mission house in the entire country, its in Parañaque, which is just south of Manila. In 2020, the Ahmadiyya Movement seems to have acquired the mosque of Muslims on Island of Simmunul, South Philippines. Historically, Muslims live in the extreme south of the Philippines, thus, Ahmadiyya doesn’t interact with the Muslims of the Philippines. 99% of the sources are from Ahmadiyya literature (Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514).
Who is the current missionary-in-charge? 

Talha Ali is the only Qadiani-Ahmadi missionary working in the Philippines. Per his linkedin profile, he graduated with a BS in Physics in 2007. He then spent 6 years in Jamia-Canada and graduated in 2013. He seems to have grown up in the Chicago Jamaat and went to Nicholas Senn High School. In 2020, he translated an urdu article for the Al-Hakam.
Ahmadiyya place of worship??

There is only place of worship for #ahmadis in the philippines. The address is as follows:

14 Pilar Banzon St. BF Homes (7,002.52 mi)
Parañaque, Philippines,
+63 62 983 1294

Bait Ul Awal -Island of Simunul, Philippines

Island of Simmunul. One of the first Ahmadiyya Jama’ats in Philippines.


In an official document presented to the Governor General of India, the Ahmadiyya Movement and the 2nd Khalifa claim to have many local converts to Ahmadiyya (See ROR of April-1934).

In late 1980’s there were Jamaat in Cagayang de Tawi-Tawi (now Mapun), the eldest Jamaat and Jamaat Simunul. Jamaat Simunul was established at the time of late Hadji Mohammad Ebba. He was a school superintendent. In the occasion he visited the Island, he also preached Ahmadiyyat and converts people of Simunul Island, especially teachers of an Elementary School there. Missionaries coming from Indonesia, before the establishment of Jamaat in Zamboanga City went straight to Simunul Island. It was recorded Mln. Muhyiddin Shah, Mln. Mahmood Ahmad Cheema and Mln. Sayuti Aziz and Mln. Khairuddin Barus were Missionaries from Indonesia who had visited the island.  It is recorded that during the time Mln. Muhyiddin Shah there were Ahmadis in Zamboanga City. Mln. Muhyiddin managed to establish Majlis Ansharullah. According to the communication there were twelve (12) member of Anshar and they had gathered and elected their office bearers. The names of those officials were Mr. Arpa Sapal Muallil being the President of Ansharullah; Hji. Mohammad D. Sapal; Hji. Abdul Gapal Suba; Hji. Yunos Ismael and Oyng B. Ismael. Unfortunately, there were no trace of these people anymore when the Jamaat reestablished in Zamboanga during the time of Mln. Dadang Naser Ahmad, A Missionary also from Indonesia.

In 1993 another Indonesia Missionary, Mr. Dadang Nasser was assigned in the Philippines. As usual, he went straight to Simunul Island, Tawi-Tawi together with his family. Later on, he managed to rent a house in Porcentro, Tumaga, Zamboanga City and started preaching in this city. One day, with the help of his Filipino friend, Muallim Dadang Naseer met an Imam, who live in Barangay Sinunuc, around 8 kilometers from the City, whose name Imam Abdullah Masillam. He was an Imam of a Sunni traditional mosque in Sinunuc, he has many followers in the area. In the discussion the Imam was satisfied with the explanations he then decided to join the Ahmadiyya Community and offered the same to his followers. Most of the followers of that time were agreed with him and joined the Ahmadiyya. From then on Ahmadiyya Misssionaries started visiting the mosque and arranged Islamic education there. This was intensified when Jamaat Indonesia, with the approval from Huzur, sent Mln. Khairuddin Barus to Philippine to start Muallim class for Filipino Ahmadies.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514

Ahmadiyya sources tell us that Sibthe Ahmad Hasan (an indonesian missionary) was the first ever President and Missionary-in-charge, however, he never went to any Jamia.

In May 2005 The Philippines Jamaat held its first Jalsa Salana The first Jalsa Salana of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Philippines was held on 6th May to 8th May 2005 in a 1,085 sq meters Jama`at compound at Pitogo village, Barangay Sinunuc Zamboanga City.
(Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514).

Ahmadiyya sources allege that Amila from the philippines showed up to Singapore and had a chance to meet the 5th Khalifa, Mirza Masroor Ahmad. Ahmadiyya sources allege to have 6 mosques (a total lie).
(Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514)

Ahmadiyya Mosques Around the world is published. The Philippines are mentioned,

In March 2009 Mr. Sibthe Ahmad Hasan was replaced by Mr. Masum Ahmad as National President and Missionary In Charge.

On February 2012, The Philippines Jamaat was visited by Huzur’s representative, Maulana Azhar Haneef from USA. In his visit, the Jamaat in Zamboanga was able to arrange a meeting with a Professor from Western Mindanao State University, Professor Eddie Ladja, Dean of Islamic and Asian Studies. The meeting was held in a hotel in Zamboanga City, also present some members of the Jamaat in Zamboanga City. Maulana Azhar Haneef met most of Ahmadis in Mindanao Region. In that occasion the Jamaat presented to the Professor a small book ‘Unu Baha’ in Ahmadiyah’ (What is Ahmadiyyat?) in Tausug language.

On 19 October 2014, Dr. Iftikhar Ayaz from UK sent by the Head of the Community to visit Philippines. In this occasion Philippines Jamaat through untiring effort of Mr. Abdul Alim, a devout Ahmadi who was working for UNICEF, held the first seminar in Makati Shangri La Hotel, Manila, attended by 30 participants. The theme of the Seminar was Democracy, Human Rights and Islam: Pathway to Peace for the Philippines. The response from the participants was very positive. The Jamaat were able to distribute 22 copies of Huzur’s book ‘World Crisis and the Pathway to Peace’ to the participants and 30 copies of The Review of Religions, and also offered free subscription, there are 8 people accepted the offer from among the non-Ahmadis participants of the seminar.

Taking advantage from the blessed visit of Dr. Iftikhar Ayaz, on 23 October 2014 Jamaat Zamboanga also held a seminar in Garden Orchid Hotel which was attended by around 50 participants from various walks of life. The Seminar tackle the them “Peace and Unity in the Context of Islam.

Links and Related Essay’s

Scenes of God’s Forgiveness

“Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques”Flickr – Photo Sharing!. Retrieved 3 January 2016.

The history of Ahmadiyya in Indonesia

(Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514).


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