https://youtu.be/KNKFT1EcVFM Audio; This is short speech from the second Iftar at our Mosque in Wembley. Our young brother talks about the effects of complaining and how we are guided to be greatful and stay away from such acts.
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
All able-bodied Muslims throughout the world commence a jihad on 6 June 2016 as Holy Quran Commanded: O you who believe, fasting is prescribed for you, as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may guard against evil. . . And those who find it extremely hard may affect redemption by feeding … Continue reading A Great Jihad is Coming
With Ramadaan having started we thought it would be good to re-publish this article from Professor Abu Zafar, which was first published in 'The Light' magazine in 1982. The article shows with conclusive proof that there is nothing "un-Islamic" about using modern methods to determine the new moon. Observing the Moon The Holy Prophet (pbuh) had this … Continue reading Determination of the New Moon
Ramadan officially starts, here in the UK, on Wednesday the 10th July 2013. To help Muslims, and others who wish to participate, below is a full timetable of the start and end times for each day. You can save the pdf file on your computer or, as we prefer, print it off and stick it … Continue reading Ramadan 2013 – The Timetable
Todays broadcast will start at 8.15pm UK Summertime and can be seen via the link below; Watch our LIVE BROADCAST We have now changed the way we broadcast our live khutbas. We will not longer be embedding the video here on our site, but you will need to visit our new host website on LiveStream.
[audio:http://www.virtualmosque.co.uk/audio/Ramadaan_is_not_30_days.mp3] At the end of Ramadaan we seem to forget that the lessons we have learnt during the Ramadaan are not to be forgotten after Eid. These lessons are to be applied by us in our daily lives for the rest of the year. There is no benefit in simply going hungry if we do … Continue reading [Podcast] Ramadaan is not 30 days
At the end of Ramadaan we seem to forget that the lessons we have learnt during the Ramadaan are not to be forgotten after Eid. These lessons are to be applied by us in our daily lives for the rest of the year. There is no benefit in simply going hungry if we do not … Continue reading [Video] Ramadaan is not 30 days
For most of the billion-plus Muslims who sit down each evening to break their Ramadan fast, meat will be on the menu. Lots of it. But how Islamic is eating meat? Not very, according to Sheikh Hamza Yusuf, who argues that historically Muslims ate so little meat they were almost vegetarian. "Meat is not a … Continue reading Eating less meat is more Islamic
Verse 2:185 speaks of revelations of the Holy Quran during Ramadaan. The purpose of fasting in Ramadaan is to cool worldly passions and to ignite in the human heart a passion for closeness to Allah.