https://youtu.be/W47HBxdY01E The rubber band is a mundane object used every day in our lives. However for it to fulfil the purpose for which it was made it has to be stretched and twisted. It then gets stronger and fulfils the purpose for which it was made. The Holy Quran elucidates to this precise point and … Continue reading The Rubber band effect
https://youtu.be/FMykI7zWiCU Many in the West say that there is no structure to the Holy Quran. They fall into this mistake because they try and read it like a history book or a story book. One could argue that there is no structure to a book of mathematics; one chapter is about addition, next subtraction, next … Continue reading The Holy Quran, the news, the bankers and the boat people
Our Sunni brothers say that there are contradictory verses in the Holy Quran and these contradictions can only be removed by declaring some verses to have been abrogated. There is no authority or view about how many verses are abrogated or which verses they are. Some people have said that 512 verses of the Holy … Continue reading Contradictions in the Holy Quran
http://youtu.be/II20lCYi5wo Many Muslims, and non Muslims alike, claim that Islamic guidance dictates that Muslims only need to gain knowledge of their religion and nothing else matters. In this Khutba we look at that claim and examine not only what the Holy Prophet (s) told us to do, but what Muslims in the 'golden age' of … Continue reading Education in Islam
On 27 January 1945 Auschwitz was finally liberated by Soviet troops. It still took the world more time to believe that humans could be so evil. This day is now remembered and commemorated as the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Holy Quran which addresses the Jews and the Christians as “children of Israel” had warned … Continue reading Holocaust and the Holy Qurans warning
'Holy Prophet Muhammad Day', marked only by Ahmadis in Lahore, in April 1908 I am repeating, with some revisions, an item I posted here in April 2008, on the centenary of the function that it refers to. It is reported in Badr, 30th April 1908 (p. 6) that an Eid Milad-un-Nabi function was held at … Continue reading Eid Milad-un-Nabi
The Independent is reporting that; A woman who ripped up the pages of a Koran at Birmingham’s St Andrew’s stadium has been banned from every football ground in England and Wales for three years. Middlesbrough fan Julie Phillips, 51, claims she did not know it was the holy book of Islam and was merely trying … Continue reading Woman banned from football grounds for ripping up the Holy Quran
http://youtu.be/CrwZznAw2pA Irfaan Ahmad, one of the many younger members of our Jamaat, recites Chapter 24 Verse 41 of The Holy Quran before going into some depth to its meaning.
In this podcast Dr Jahangiri explains the significance of Eid ul Adha in the light of the Al Fatihah and shows that Islamic devotions and rituals have both physical and spiritual aspects. Allah Commands us to keep both in mind when undertaking physical devotions. Performing physical devotions without achieving spiritual benefits is meaningless.
Evidence of the deep love and devotion to our Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (r) is accused of not caring for the honour for the Holy Prophet Muhammad (s). In this short video we translate and read out some short extracts from his writings to show his love for the Holy Prophet … Continue reading Love of the Holy Prophet (pbuh)
The Holy Quran says that man was created from water Scientists have recently carried out experiments with fish to see if they can survive on land. After rearing them on land for a whole year they saw that the fish developed different characteristics which are required for surviving on land thus proving the truth of … Continue reading Origins of the Human Race