MUSLIM men and boys bridged the generation gap at a community event in Huddersfield.
The Huddersfield Ahmadiyya Youth Association held an `ijtema' - an activity day - for male members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community aged between seven and 40.
It was the second ijtema held by the group, which is part of Huddersfield Ahmadiyya Muslim Association.
The event was held at the Huddersfield Ahmadiyya Muslim Association on Fitzwilliam Street.
More than 50 men and boys attended the ijtema and took part in table tennis, arm wrestling and badminton tournaments, religious and general knowledge quizzes, public speaking contests and competitions involving recitals of the Koran holy book.
After the activities, an evening dinner was prepared by members of the Ahmadiyya Youth Association.
Farooq Aftab, from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, said: "The aim of the event is to strengthen ties of brotherhood, love and unity between all members.
"It is hoped the event will allow the youths to gain a better understanding of their religion, which will help them contribute positively to their local community in creating a more peaceful and tolerant society."