Live Khutba Prayers – 1 November 2019

Jummah Mubarak dear Brothers and Sisters. Welcome to the VirtualMosque Jummah broadcast from our Mosque in Wembley, UK.

You can follow along on our livestream on YouTube. You can also watch live on Facebook by clicking here.

If you are not able to access the links above, then you can listen, on the embedded radio station below:

This live service is for those of you who are unable to attend a Mosque in person today, and for our Jamaat members who are spread across the World.

The Lahore Ahmadiyya Association are dedicated to spreading the true message of Islam – A message of peace, patience, and tolerance.

21 thoughts on “Live Khutba Prayers – 1 November 2019

  1. Talha. Excellent delivery. May Allah bless you.
    You should have recited the Arabic text of the Qur’an as well.
    In abdu-hoo wa ra-soo-luh, The last word should be pronounced ra-sso-luh and not ra-sool.
    Nasir Ahmad, Milton Keynes

  2. AA, a very topical issue, i.e. the length of the fast. Lets see what others say.
    Salaams and best wishes
    Ken

  3. As Salaam Alaikum Abbas, we are very glad that you are able to prey using our Jummah broadcast and thank you for the comment.

  4. my name is abbas i am from uk leicester and i love the jumma broadcast i
    prayed jumma at home than you, you are the only broadcast i cango find
    on the net, thanks agian please keep up the good work

  5. We will pass on your comments to Brother Yahya…It was an, at times, complex speech which we hope people take the time to understand as it is a very important problem that needs addressing

  6. Thank you very much for this service, and also for the consistency of doing it every week. The recent use of different speakers has also been refreshing.

    Its nice to see an educated voice speaking on Islam, rather than the types of religious “experts” most mainstream media trot out in front of the cameras

  7. It’s great to see good information being shared and also to see fresh, creative
    ideas that have never been done before.

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