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Ramadan Quran Study: Day One

Dr Zahid Aziz has been producing a series of studies during Ramadan since 2008. It has in those years been circulated via email to people and groups interested. This year we will be embedding the PDFs produced by Dr Aziz so that as many people as possible can benefit during this most holy of months for Muslims.

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VE Day Celebrations

Last week was VE day which was celebrated with great pomp and ceremony. In this khutba we look at the Holy Quran’s teaching that persecution is worse than killing. It is shown that the treatment of Germany after the First World War, which may be regarded as being in line with mosaic law, led to such deprivation that it led to the rise [...]

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Just War Part 5

Was World War One a just war? We have been looking at this question from the Islamic perspective. Cause, conduct and conclusion, the three C’s. In this final speech on World War One we come to the conclusion that based on the three C’s it is impossible to declare that World War One was a just war.

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Just War Part 4

Was World War One a just war? For a war to be classed as a just war it has to meet certain criteria – the three Cs – cause, conduct and conclusion and this khutba shows that WWI did not satisfy the criteria under any head. Although the ordinary people made great sacrifices and they should be remembered, the War itself cannot be [...]

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LIVE Convention DAY ONE

We are finally here! Day one of our live broadcast of our celebration of one hundred years of propagation of Islam in the UK by the Lahori Ahmadiyyah Movement. Our broadcast will be starting at the following time; 1.00pm GMT – United Kingdom 17:00pm PKT – Pakistan 09:00am UTC – USA New York (please note times vary in different [...]

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Praising and the Praised One (s)

The Holy Prophet is called Muhammad and Ahmad. One meaning the most praised and the other the one who praises Allah most. The Holy Prophet (s) acquired these attributes because he reflected the Divine qualities in his person. More than this he was such a great rabb (nourisher and teacher) that his companions came to reflect his (s) qualities. [...]

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