https://youtu.be/QIg30JyCHRg We use an extract from the Promised Messiah's book kitab ul Bariyya and look at the the Biblical and the Quranic concepts of Tauheed.
Are Muslims their own worst enemy? This khutba shows why the Holy Quran says that if a person addresses you with 'assalamu alaikum' regard him as a Muslim and the Holy Prophet (s) said that anyone who turns to the Kabah for prayers and eats the animals slaughtered by Muslims is to be regarded as … Continue reading Unity
We’re constantly bombarded by implicit and explicit images of the relationship that Jews and Muslims supposedly have in today’s world. We are bombarded with the cliched reminder that we “used to get along” but recently have become enemies. We’ve almost become used to it, accepted it as some sort of reality. And, ironically, all these … Continue reading Jewish and Muslim unity
Every week we try and read a few passages from The Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad's' books. In this extract The Promised Messiah explains that to solely depend upon one's own ability and ascribe all success to it is akin to shirk. The true unitarian even negates his own abilities and self and ascribes … Continue reading Unity of Godhead
Eid fell on a Friday this year so after our Eid sermon Hamad took to the stand to give his views on the Ka'bah, its importance and how it being on this special Khutba. Podcast
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (a.s.) explains that the Unity of Godhead and the 'messengership' of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (s) are inseparable. Prophets of Allah have it in their nature to worry about the spiritual nourishment of people just like it is in a mother’s nature to provide physical nourishment for a child. httpv://youtu.be/gSMnp-UTLl0
Irfaan talks about the ability of the Holy Prophet (phub) to unite his people. He shows how compassion and forgiving were key characteristics of The Holy Prophet (pbuh).