New Peace Sculpture Monument on Windsor Riverfront by Ahmadiyya Jamā’at

A colourful new peace sculpture monument donated to the City of Windsor by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamā’at Windsor was unveiled on Windsor’s Riverfront on October, 20, 2017.

The sculpture is located at the foot of Louis Ave at Riverside Dr. E. and features four differently coloured hands (representing diversity of culture and races) coming together to hold up a globe with a message featuring Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamā’at’s motto, “Love For All Hatred For None.”

The sculpture brings a message of peace, unity and inclusion of all people. In addition, the sculpture is meant to celebrate 50 years of the Ahmadiyya Jama’at in Canada, a milestone the community celebrated in 2016.

City of Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens, Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at of Canada national president Lal Khan Malik, Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at of Windsor president Dr. Aleem Khan, members of the Ahmadiyya Jama’at Windsor and Canada community, individuals involved with the project, and members of the Windsor Essex community were on hand for the official unveiling.

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Peace Sculpture Monument on Windsor Riverfront donated to the city by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamā'at Windsor.

Peace Sculpture Monument Windsor Unveiling:  Lal Khan Malik, national president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat of Canada, speaking.

Dr. Aleem Khan, Mayor Drew Dilkens and other members of the community at Windsor Riverfront for unveiling of peace sculpture monument sculpture.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat of Windsor president Dr. Aleem Khan speaking during Peace Sculpture Monument unveiling on Windsor's riverfront.

Young lady involved with Ahmadiyya Jamā’at peace monument project in Windsor.

Prayers during peace sculpture unveiling on Windsor riverfront.

Remarks during peace sculpture monument ceremony in Windsor.

MPP Percy Hatfield speaks during peace sculpture monument unveiling.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamā’at Canada 50 year plaque on peace sculpture in Windsor.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamā’at Canada plaque on peace monument in Windsor

To see more photos of this event please visit the Eyes On Windsor Facebook page.