In response to the comments to articles about the position of women in Islam, only Lahori-Ahmadis replied and defended Islam. This is because in our organisation we openly discuss such matters whereas in other mosques it is a taboo and in Muslim majority countries forbidden by Blasphemy Laws.
Newspapers have been printing articles about the position of women in Islam. One such article was printed by The Independent. In response to this many people wrote in saying that in Islam men are regarded as superior to women. We look at this.
Brother Inshaal looks at why we assume Muslim majority countries are Islamic, when if you look at the evidence you would be shocked to discover which countries, in the world, are actually most Islamic.
Last week we looked at the relationship between some verses of the Surah Ikhlas and the Jewish belief in the Unity of Godhead. This week we look at the remaining chapter and consider how it deals with the doctrine of Sonship of Jesus.
In this short talk we compare the attitude of the early Muslim leaders with current political leadership. We show that the killings in Florida were cause because political leaders now do not have any principle but just fight for self interest.
Jewish Mujadidds! In 5:32 the Holy Quran says that it told the Israelites that killing of one person is equal to the killing of humanity. But this is not found in the Old Testament. We show where the Israelites were given this Command.
Arising from a discussion about whether Muslim Family Law should be incorporated in the British Family Law, on various forums some Christians started attacking the proposal by saying that Sharia is taking over and a takeover by a violent religion like Islam can be prevented. In this brief lecture we show that in one War, that is WW II, Christians killed more people than all the other religions put together over the centuries.
In this khutba we look at how humans, having created superbugs and made antibiotics useless, are now turning to nature for modern cures. We are studying insects which live in communities, like ants, to find out how they heal themselves and trying to apply it to humans.
Some people ask us when we are Sunnis why do we invite abuse by calling ourselves Lahori-Ahmadi Muslims. We are not Sunnis and in this speech we explain how our beliefs differ on many points from the Sunnis.