Brother Mustaq looks at Chapter 111 of the Holy Quran (Al-Lahab), also know as 'the Flame' in English. It narrates a story of a family whose hatred for the message of Islam and the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was so intense that it was considered to be as though they were consumed by Flames. It also … Continue reading The Flame
http://youtu.be/TaupnGz1w2k The trial of wealth is very real, with many examples of how wealth can lead to pride and arrogance evident in our societies today. It is detailed in Chapter 18 of the Holy Quran, and in this khutba, we look at how the parable in these verses relates to us today, and what we … Continue reading The Man with Two Gardens
Podcast [powerpress]http://www.virtualmosque.co.uk/podcast/10082012youtube.mp3[/powerpress] Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad compares the Holy Quran with other holy scriptures and shows that whereas the Torah and the New Testament each teach extremes the Holy Quran teaches moderation.
On Sunday 4th March 2012 at the monthly gathering in the UK Irfaan Ahmad gave a dedication to Mrs Khadija Ashraf, the late mother of Sumaira Ahmad. Irfaan recites Chapter 17 verses 23 and 24 of The Holy Quran. httpv://youtu.be/uMxMyH6tY4A
When Afghan workers at the Bagram Air Base saw our troops put copies of the Holy Quran and other Islamic religious works into a pile of burning trash in a dumpster, they didn’t hesitate. They yelled for them to stop. They ran and “reached into the fire,” according to a Times report, and pulled the … Continue reading The Quran and the NYPD
The Muslim year starts from the day when the Holy Prophet Muhammad (s) migrated from Makkah to Medina. Each religion begins its calendar with a momentous event, usually the birth of some personality. However, Muslims do not start their calendar, from someone’s date of birth, but an event with which Islam started to make progress … Continue reading [Video] Hijra
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Saleem recently emailed us asking; Why are Muslims taught they they are the superior people? Well Saleem this misconception arises because of the incorrect translation of a verse of the Holy Quran by Muslim commentators. They translate “umati wusta” as the superior nation or people. The expression actually means people who follow a middle course … Continue reading ‘Ask the VM’ Why are Muslims taught they are the superior people?
It was shown from the Holy Quran that fasting takes man closer to Allah such that man will find it as close to himself as his life-vein. But fasting has to be sincere. This speech discusses this in more detail.
Islam requires both faith and action. Therefore, people are required to say their ritual prayers as a matter of faith. So, when standing in prayers they remember Allah but this verse tells Muslims to remember him after they finish praying. How then can we remember Allah after we have finished praying? That is by putting … Continue reading Remember Allah
The Holy Quran tells Muslims that times of the five daily prayers are fixed and that Muslim must pray at the fixed time. The guidance in the Holy Quran is meant to allow us to practice what it teaches. Praying at the correct time is meant to develop in us respect for time because once … Continue reading Importance of time keeping