The venue of exhibition was Churchill Hall, Wanstead on Jan 17th, 2015. Sixty four non-Ahmadi guests attended including the Mayor of Redbridge, the Mayor of Essex, the Deputy Lord Lt. of Essex, the Chief Inspector of Redbridge Police and the members of the general public. A large number of the local community attended and appreciated the efforts and message of the Jama’at. Regional Murrabi Sahib, Safeer Ahmad Zartasht, in his opening speech, briefly introduced the Jama’at and the Promised Messiah علیہ السلام. He stressed that Islam is a peaceful and peace-loving religion, and has nothing to do with terrorism committed in its name. The Mayor of Essex and the Mayor of Redbridge, in their speeches, thanked the organisers for inviting them and appreciated the work the Jama’at does to promote peace and harmony. All the guests were given a tour of the exhibition. Translations of the Holy Qur’an in various languages were also on display. Refreshments were served and the book ‘Life of Muhammad ﷺ’, “World Crisis and Pathway to Peace” and various other Jama’at literature was given to the guests. Reporters from two local newspapers, the “Ilford Recorder” and the “Waltham Forest Guardian” covered the event.