In the event of Britain going to war with an Islamic country who will the Muslims fight for?
Would they fight for Britain or the Islamic country under attack? It is said that Muslims can only be regarded as truly British if they are prepared to kill their brothers in the country under attack.
People in the UK claim that all other minorities would fight for Britain and not side with their co-religious.
Here the example of a Jew is given who says that this question was discussed in his religious education classes and that they always unanimously decided that they would fight for Israel against Britain.
This is a continuation of this speech.
In the above article we shot down the rubbish presented by Nicky Campbell in the BBC program the Big Question, and explained what the verse actually means.
Here we look at more translations of that verse, which The Big Question presented as “men are incharge of women”
A verse of the Holy Quran which warns Muslims about making friends with Jews and Christians was read out in a TV programme called the Big Question, in an attempt we assume to stoke up anti Islamic feelings.
The Holy Quran warns Muslims about making friends with Christians and Jews rather than Muslims.
Members of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, commonly known as Qadianis, when asked say that they regards every person who recites the kalima as Muslims.
But when confronted with statements of their founder Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad, they change tack and admit they regard as Muslims only members of their own organisation.
If the Qadianis are sincere and honest why do they hide their true beliefs and trick people?
Our video discussed this issue further.
In a Sunday morning TV programme in the UK, The Big Question, the presenter translated 4:34 of the Holy Quran as “Men are in-charge of women” whereas the correct translation is “Men are maintainers of women”.
We have checked a number of translations of the Holy Quran by Muslims and by non Muslims, and they all translate this verse as ‘Men are maintainers/providers/sustainers of women’. This includes translations of the Holy Quran by such critics as Rodwell and Sale.
Whenever Muslims complain about unfair press coverage etc the Western world always says we have total freedom of expression and propagation.
Here we examine whether it is really true and how Muslims should react to criticism, even abuse.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.