As everyone will have noticed by now, we have revamped the site with a fresh new look. As a part of this we are slowly adding new features to the site.
The first new feature we have enabled is the new twitter feed which you can see on the right hand side. This will have links to articles which we will not be posting as articles on The Virtual Mosque so it is well worth checking out regularly for other interesting articles and latest news related to Islam.
We are pleased to say that our blog has now been optimized for websites. There is nothing special you have to do as the end user, you simply visit www.virtualmosque.co.uk as normal and the site does the magic and shows the new mobile view.
If you encounter any issues or bugs then please do let us know in the comments or by email and we will investigate. In the meantime enjoy the new speedier way of keeping up with the latest news and videos.
Due to demand from our users, we will now be making the weekly videos available in audio files, which can either be streamed right from our website or can be downloaded so that people can listen to them on MP3 players.
We will be starting with the speeches from the 19th May 2011.
A criticism of the Promised Messiah is that he said that Allah had used the word nabi for him.
In this verse of the Holy Quran it is said that non-prophets received naba (news). A person who receives naba may be called a nabi in a literal sense but he is not a nabi as defined by the religion of Islam.
The Holy Prophet (s) himself said that one forty second part of prophethood remains or nothing remains of prophethood except good news etc.
We have received many requests from people asking how they can donate to our charity. We have decided that the simplest thing was to add a direct link to the Charities Aid Foundation. The permanent link can be found on the ‘About Us’ page.
Associating someone with Allah does not just mean worshiping idols made of stone. If we unquestioningly obey a person or any authority that also amounts to shirk. Islam frees us from blind obedience and wants us to do what is right.