Live Broadcast: March 2019 Community Meeting

Todays Broadcast
Speaker: TBC
Topic: TBC
Time: 3.00pm (BST)

On the first Sunday of every month we open up the doors of our Mosque in Wembley for our ‘Community Meeting’. This is, as always, a gathering which is open to all people, Muslim or not, and is a chance for people to come along and join in with our efforts to portray the true meaning of Islam, or just to meet new and interesting people and have a free hot meal.

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Fighting at meeting over status of Ahmadi

From The Guardian:

A scuffle broke out on Tuesday between the two at a gathering of Pakistan’s Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) when the chairman, Mohammad Khan Sherani, called on the group to consider whether Ahmadis, who are declared non-Muslims by the constitution, should be considered murtads that have rejected Islam.

A declaration of apostasy by the constitutional body charged with advising parliament on lawmaking would likely put Ahmadis in even greater peril, given that many interpretations of Islamic law prescribe death for people who quit the religion.

Tahir Ashrafi, a liberal-minded voice on the CII, strongly opposed any discussion of the incendiary issue, prompting a furious confrontation with Sherani, who is also an elected member of parliament.

I wonder which Islamic doctrine these Muslims were following when they embrioled themselves in violence, in their Parliament no less, whilst trying to discuss the matter of putting into the constitution harsher laws on the ‘non-Muslim’ status of both Ahmadi movements.

Perhaps these Muslim clerics are unaware than even calling another Muslim a ‘kafir’ is stricly prohibited in Islam, let alone passing laws to do so.

Interestingly The Guardian goes on to say:

Pakistan’s 5 million Ahmadis already face considerable persecution because of their belief that the movement’s founder, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, was a messiah

For the sake of clarity it should be made clear that the Qadiani sect believe that Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was a Prophet, and even go so far as to claim that if he was not then no Prophet has ever come to this World.

The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam correctly assert that he was the Promised Messiah and that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was unequivocally the last Prophet.

Live Broadcast: October Community Meeting

On the first Sunday of every month we open up the doors of our Mosque in Wembley for our ‘Community Meeting’.

This is, as always, a gathering which is open to all people, Muslim or not, and is a chance for people to come along and join in with our efforts to show the true message of Islam, or just to meet new and interesting people and have a free hot meal.

Today Dr Zahid Aziz will be the main speaker and his topic of choice is ‘The innocence of the Prophets’. This will be followed up with a short speech by Faizan Ahmad who is one of the many younger followers in our Jamaat.

We will be live broadcasting the whole event, as usual, and you can watch and even join in with the question and answer section if you wish, by typing your question in the ‘chat box’.

Our programme starts at 3pm BST (British Summer Time). To watch and interact with us all you need to do is click on the link below.

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Live Today: July Monthly Meeting!

Yes you read our headline correctly.

Our July meeting has been moved forward to today, the 23rd June 2013, as Hazrat Ameer is currently in the UK and wished to be involved before heading back to Pakistan.

Therefore a week early we are today broadcasting our much anticipated ‘Family Day’ meeting. The family day meeting gives the younger members of the Jamaat a chance to stand up and speak about topics which are close to their hearts. In previous years we have had rousing speeches about the importance of Grandmothers to how people misinterpret The Holy Quran.

This years speeches will be just as good, and hopefully having now resolved the technical issues which plagued us on Friday, we shall be broadcasting the whole event.

As always, our monthly meeting show will start promptly at 3pm BST (UK) and you can watch (and join in by posting comments) by CLICKING HERE

Live Broadcast: June Community Meeting

On the first Sunday of every month we open up the doors of our Mosque in Wembley for our ‘Community Meeting’.

This is, as always, a gathering which is open to all people, Muslim or not, and is a chance for people to come along and join in with our efforts to show the true message of Islam, or just to meet new and interesting and have a free hot meal.

Today Mr Ross Mahmood will be the main speaker and his topic of choice is ‘Prayer, our Deliverance’. This will be followed up with a short speech by Shayaan Ahmad who is one of the many younger followers in our Jamaat.

We will be live broadcasting the whole event, as usual, and you can watch and even join in with the question and answer section if you wish, by typing your question in the ‘chat box’.

Our programme starts at 3pm BST (British Summer Time). To watch and interact with us all you need to do is click here.

[LIVE] Salaat – A Pillar of Islam

As usual we will be broadcasting our monthly meeting live. Today’s broadcast starts at 3pm GMT. The show will follow our usual format of a senior member presenting and giving a speech, followed by a question and answer session, which is then followed by one of our younger members also giving a short speech.

Today’s speaker is Mr Jawad Ahmad who talks on the topic of Salaat.

This is followed by a short speech by Yahya Saqib.

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[Video] Annual Family Day meeting

Sunday 3rd July 2011 was the UK Jamaat’s annual family day meeting. This is a chance for the younger members of the Jamaat to do a speech on any topic they choose. It is an exercise in helping the children get used to doing speeches to a large audience and this year as every year they faced the challenge head on and produced some wonderful speeches.

Zarah was the brave one to go first this year and she spoke about why she loves the Jamaat and how she loves coming to the mosque.