The Home Office minister for countering extremism attend a meeting this week to see what steps the Woking Borough Council has taken to counter extremism. Our President was invited to this meeting and in the video above we take a brief look at what happened.
http://youtu.be/Lha9Kx1GQS0 Newsreel archive British Pathé has uploaded its entire collection of 85,000 historic films, in high resolution, to its YouTube channel. This unprecedented release of vintage news reports and cinemagazines is part of a drive to make the archive more accessible to viewers all over the world. “Our hope is that everyone, everywhere who has … Continue reading British Pathé releases 85,000 films on YouTube
Adeeba looks back at the centenary celebrations held by the UK Jamaat of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement, in May 2013 and ponders on why people in Britain embraced islam with such love and passion back then, and why it is seen as such a hated religion in Britain now.
Mr Ray Morgan, the Chief Executive of the Woking Council, took to the podium, during our centenary celebrations, to address the large crowd. He talked about the issues facing Muslims today both in Woking and around the World at large. He talks about how we need to overcome not only issues within, but also with … Continue reading Islam’s Issues Today
Jonathan Lord, the MP for Woking briefly spoke during our Centenary celebrations of the work of Hazrat Khwaja Kamal Ud-Din in the town of Woking. He gives a brief description of the many wonderful building and people of Woking that he has learnt about since becoming the MP in 2010. He then goes on to … Continue reading Woking & Islam – A Long Friendship
On Saturday the 4th of May 2013, during the Lahore Ahmadiyya centenary celebrations, Dr Zahid Aziz gives a detailed presentation about 'The Woking Muslim Mission'. During his speech he shows five newreel clips which were filmed and broadcast by British Pathe over the years 1920 to 1954.
On the second day of our 100 year anniversary celebrations, Anne Roberts, who is the Deputy Mayor of Woking, gave a short speech welcoming the audience to Woking and giving a brief history of Hazrat Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din and his work in Woking.
"Certainly the first house appointed for men is the one at Bakkah, blessed and a guidance for the nations." (The Holy Quran 3:96) This was the verse of the Holy Quran upon which it fell open when Hazrat Khwaja Kamal ud Din visited the Shahjehan Mosque in Woking for the first time. He fell to … Continue reading The Divine Inspiration for The Woking Muslim Mission
* the recording is now available above for people who missed the live show. The first Sunday of the month is upon us, and for us that means we will be broadcasting our monthly meeting live. Our cameras will be going live at 3pm UK Summertime as usual. For our October broadcast Dr Zahid Aziz … Continue reading History of the Woking Muslim Mission (updated)
The people who control and run this mosque say Lahori-Ahmadis are heretics because our founders wrote in praiseof the British. Yet, these same gentlemen invited a British regiment which had served in Iraq and Afghanistan to the Woking Mosque and gave them a reception. Will they care to explain their action? httpv://youtu.be/Yis9veNY_4I
A sunni ruler visits Woking mosque when it was under the control of Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat Islam of Lahore and had a Lahori-Ahmadi imam. The original article can be read HERE