Jummah Mubarak dear Brothers and Sisters. Welcome to the VirtualMosque Jummah broadcast from our Mosque in Wembley, UK. You can follow along on our livestream on YouTube. You can also watch live on Facebook by clicking here. If you are not able to access the links above, then you can listen, on the embedded radio … Continue reading Live Khutba Prayers – 13 September 2019
Listen here: This live service is for those of you who are unable to attend a Mosque in person today, and for our Jamaat members who are spread across the World. We are dedicated to spreading the true message of Islam - A message of peace, patience and tolerance.
We will be broadcasting tomorrows Eid-Ul-Adha programme for those of you who are unable to attend a Mosque, whether that be due to having to work or health reasons etc. We hope that being able to watch our Eid programme will make you feel a part of our loving community. Click here to watch our LIVE … Continue reading Eid Ul Adha 2016 Live Broadcast
At this very moment members of our jamaat in some parts of the world are under threat and under attack. We look at some instances from the life of the Promised Messiah (as) where an individual was at death's door but when the Promised Messiah prayed to Allah for his recovery the person recovered. This … Continue reading Prayer can surmount all calamities
Question This year Ramadan falls during June, which makes the length of the fasting day in the Northern Hemisphere very long. Even in the UK, in the northern areas, duration of the fast is over 19 hours. Is there any ruling in the Holy Quran or the hadith or by jurists to say that the … Continue reading Ask the VM: Fixing the length of fasting during Summer
Does Islam allow Muslims to pray for non-Muslims who have died? A reader recently emailed us the above question as he wants to perform funeral prayers for a close non-Muslim friend who has passed away. There are three aspects to this; Ritual funeral rites as performed for a Muslim. General Supplication and Condolences and sympathy … Continue reading Q&A: Praying for Non-Muslims
Yahya Saqib speak on the psychology of Islam and explains how it is a carefully designed and purposeful religion. He looks at why we are taught to pray at a very young age and he goes into detail to explain the meaning of Prayer and why we pray five times a day.
Just a day before Eidul Fitr, the streets leading to Aiwan-e-Tawheed— the central place of worship of Ahmadis residing in Rawalpindi — in Satellite Town was once again filled with banners cautioning residents about ‘unconstitutional activities’ of members of the area’s Ahmadiyya community. The banners were placed following an attempt by the worship place’s administration … Continue reading Qadianis’ banned from Eid Prayers
We are once again broadcasting our Friday Khutba for those of you who are unable to attend a Mosque. Today's Khutba, from our Mosque in Wembley, will be given by Mr Shahid Aziz. Our broadcast will start at the following time; 1.00pm BST - United Kingdom 17:00pm PKT - Pakistan 08:00am UTC - USA New … Continue reading Friday Prayers: 14th June 2013
We have now changed the way we broadcast our live khutbas every Friday. We will not longer be embedding the video here on our site, but you will need to visit our new host website on LiveStream. Todays broadcast, starting at 12.30pm UK GMT, can be seen via the link below; Watch our LIVE BROADCAST … Continue reading [Live Prayers] Friday Khutba – 8th March 2013 – What is Hell Part Two
We will be broadcasting our Friday prayers live from the Wembley Mosque in the UK today. The programme will be broadcast at 1.00pm BST. Programme*: 13:00 First Azan Individual prayers 13:15 Second Azan Khutba Second Arabic khutba 13:45 Salaat Dars 14:00 End of programme To watch our live prayers and speech and be a part … Continue reading [Live Prayers] Friday Khutba – Is Fasting to make us suffer?