The Charity Commission has opened a statutory inquiry into a London mosque where leaflets which called for the killing of a sect of Muslims were distributed. The investigation has been launched following allegations in the public domain that the mosque was distributing literature from its premises promoting hatred towards the Ahmadi community. The BBC had … Continue reading ‘Kill Ahmadi’ Charity Under Investigation
Hagia Sophia Mosque, Istanbul in 1847
Thomas Mauchline writing on Medium: The media stories about islam meant that I was genuinely a little nervous about moving in across the road to a mosque. What I have learnt in the four years since I moved is that the ridiculousness of British culture is universal. We all love tea, are really polite and … Continue reading A Homosexuals View of Islam after Living Opposite a Mosque
From ibtimes.com- The construction work of the mosque, which has been going on for ten years, has cost around $170 million. The mosque is capable of accommodating up to 10,000 worshippers simultaneously. Ravil Gaynutdin, the chair of the Russian Council of Muftis, has said it is the largest house of worship for Muslims in Europe. … Continue reading Europe’s Largest Mosque Opens in Russia
Some UK news media have carried a news item stating that 'Berlin Mosque' has been raided by the German police searching for terrorists. The name 'Berlin Mosque' is synanomous with the first mosque to be built on the continent. The headquarters of this organisation, now located in Lahore in Pakisan, built this mosque in 1924. … Continue reading Police Raid on a Berlin Mosque
Update: Two teenage boys have been arrested on suspicion of arson. Firefighters are tackling a large blaze at the Baitul Futuh mosque in Morden, south London. London Fire Brigade have said the blaze hit admin buildings and that the "mosque itself is thankfully unaffected". One person was taken to hospital and treated for smoke inhalation. … Continue reading Fire Breaks Out At Qadiani Mosque
https://youtu.be/bRQuOel-p0A Migrants in “the Jungle” in Calais have built a makeshift mosque so that they could observe Islamic customs in the camp. Channel 4 reporter, Fatima Manji found Muslims doing their best to mark the holy month of Ramadan under tough conditions.
The Lahore Ahmadiyya UK branch has led the way in women taking a leading role mosques by having a woman give the Friday Khutba on more than one occasion. We have always stressed the importance of the role of women in society, not just as wives and mothers, but as leaders of the community. Now … Continue reading Muslim Womens Council plans female led mosque
The Berlin Mosque, known to many as the 'mini Taj Mahal', was the centre of celebrations over this weekend, as people from all over the World came together to celebrate the buildings 90th year. More than 90 years ago a handful of people belonging to the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isaat islam based in Lahore in, then … Continue reading Germany celebrates 90 years of the Berlin Mosque
http://youtu.be/H9eBo5IQyMo Brother Inshaal is currently studying German at University and whilst on a trip to Berlin asked to give the Friday Khutbah (sermon) at our stunning and world famous Berlin Mosque. This was his very first Khutbah and he starts the Khutbah in fluent German before completing it in English.
http://vimeo.com/87086321 The Berlin Mosque, run and maintained by the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement, is the oldest Mosque in Germany which is still in use today. Hundreds of people from around the World visit the historic listed Mosque every week to learn about Islam as well as its architecture and how it survived during World War Two … Continue reading Documentary – The Berlin Mosque