Is America really a secular state?

An interesting article was written on The Washington Post website recently.

It discusses the role of religion in US politics. In theory the US is a secular state and religion plays no part in the affairs of the state. In practice, Christians, especially the conservatives, use their numerical strength to ban ideas they do not approve of, particularly in school teaching.

You can read the original article here

State of Muslims in the Punjab in the 1800s Final Part

This is the final video completing the series.

Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad explains how Muslims benefited from British rule.

It was under this rule that printing became common place as well as peaceful religious debate which enabled Muslims to learn arguments proving Islams superiority over other religions.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou474tPlC5s&rel=0

Sunnis use Ahmadi research to defend the Holy Prophet

Ahmadis are condemned by Sunnis as non Muslims, they have been brutally murdered and abused in countries like Pakistan, and yet Sunnis use Ahmadi teachings and research to regularly defend Islam.

Sunnis believe that the Holy Prophet Muhammad married Hazrat Ayesha when she was six years of age.

This is frequently used by Christians to attack the Holy Prophet. Hazrat Maulana Muhammad was the first person to challenge this erroneous belief. Other Ahmadi scholars such as Mr Ghulam Nabi Muslim then furthered his research. The research was translated from Urdu into English by Mr Masud Akhtar Chaudry, an assistant imam of the UK jamaat and an editor of The Light, the organ of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement.

Here is a link to a Sunni website which has taken this English translation to defend Islam.

hamariweb.com

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So called Muslims “clerics” get it wrong again!

Recently I spotted a news article in the Express which was discussing how Muslims were no longer able to pray in their prayer hall in London’s City University as it had been closed due to an incident were four students were attacked outside the building.

The reason this made the news was that the Muslims had resorted to praying out in the street, and had rejected the use of a multi faith prayer room because the so called ‘Muslim clerics’ said that they could not worship in a room where other religions also prayed.

The clerics who say that Muslims cannot pray where followers of other religions have prayed are wrong. Continue reading

Muhammad – The Light of the Universe

The Holy Quran tells us that Allah sent down two things; one a light and the other the Holy Quran.

What then is the light that was sent by Allah?

That light was the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). He is the light because the Holy Prophet brought people from darkness into light and because he shed light on how to act on the commandments of the Holy Book. The Quran commands us to pray and the Holy Prophet showed us how to pray, for example.

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Acceptance of the Holy Prophets Prayers

During an early morning walk the Promised Messiah explained to his companions the magnificence of the spiritual powers of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw).

One sign of which was the abundance with which his prayers were accepted and another was the moral transformation wrought in the Arab people.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwSdlBaodn4&rel=0

Sunnis’ fight to protect the British Empire

Sunnis’ often claim that it was Ahmadi backing of the British which led to the British Empire conquering India and taking rule of the country.

They use this as an example to show that Ahmadis’ are not Muslims.

This article was published in The Times as a leading article which discusses how through out history Sunnis’ have backed the British Empire not only with words but with arms.

We discuss this article in further detail.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jD3ISU82d-c&rel=0

Mistreatment of Muslims by Sikhs Part Three

This is part three of our YouTube series where Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad continues his description of the condition of the Muslims of the Punjab under Sikh rule by giving examples of two incidents which took place in and around Qadian.

In both incidents people were arrested for calling out the Azan in a loud voice. He also mentions the fact that at the time the punishment for injuring a cow was to cut off the hand of the person who did so.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-H2OYLXAE_E&rel=0