Ayesha Noor

Ayesha Noor works as Faith Outreach Coordinator for the women's auxiliary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Richmond. She holds a masters’ degree in international economics. She has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post and USA Today and is a staff writer for the Muslim Sunrise, oldest and longest-running Muslim American periodical.


Ayesha Noor works as Faith Outreach Coordinator for the women's auxiliary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Richmond. She holds a masters’ degree in international economics. She has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post and USA Today and is a staff writer for the Muslim Sunrise, oldest and longest-running Muslim American periodical.



ARTICLES BY Ayesha Noor



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A Tale of Two Mosques

On the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday Monday, thousands of Sunnis attacked an Ahmadiyya mosque in Dhulmial, Pakistan, set


On the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday Monday, thousands of Sunnis attacked an Ahmadiyya mosque in Dhulmial, Pakistan, setting fire to it and wounding several in the process before police dispersed the crowd and took over the mosque. Unfortunately, this kind of sectarian violence has happened before. On December 6, 1992, Hindu fanatics attacked the Babri mosque […]

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The attack and burning of Ahmadis before Eid

When Ramadan nears to an end, families around the globe spend their final days in preparation of the Eid-al-Fitr celeb


When Ramadan nears to an end, families around the globe spend their final days in preparation of the Eid-al-Fitr celebrations.  On July 27, seven-year-old Hira and her family in the Arafat Colony in Gujranwala, Pakistan must have shared the same excitement. Hira’s Uncle Fazl shared that Hira, along with her grandmother Bushra, was really excited for Eid. He explained […]