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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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] 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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Sunday Telegraph lies for good ‘Angry Muslims’ story?

Steve Jones

It seems that the Sunday Telegraph writers may have been naughty little journalists and misreported what Professor Steve Jones actually said at the Hay Festival.

I guess as Muslims we should not be surprised that a national newspaper has misreported on an issue about Islam.

Below is a letter from Professor Jones confirming what he actually said at the Hay Festival.

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