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    Last Updated 31st-Aug-2015 (BST)

    Salaat Masjid Fazl & Baitul Futuh
    Fajr 05:15
    Zuhr 14:00
    Asr 17:00
    Maghrib 20:00
    Ishaa 21:15

     

    1. Review of Religions exhibition at Jalsa Salana UK

      This year the historic Review of Religions exhibition at Jalsa Salana UK will include: 1. Ancient Holy Quran exhibit - one of the largest collectors of ancient Holy Qurans and Islamic manuscripts in Europe brings a small part of his collection including a 750 year old Holy Quran. Special presentation by him on sunday at 14:15.

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    2. AMSA STUDENT RETREAT INVITATION: Sept 11th-13th 2015

      AMSA would like to announce something the team has been working on for a long time now: a Student Retreat to Jamia Ahmadiyya UK! This is the first Jama?'at event of its kind: a weekend break before the new term starts, organised exclusively by university students for university students. If you?'re a khadim at university, or have just gotten into university (!), then join us for a weekend that will inshaAllah set you up for the entire year! Meet other khuddam from your uni and others across the country at the scenic Jamia Ahmadiyya UK, with full access to facilities and sports grounds.

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    3. Prime Minister Address on Extremism

      In light of the recent address made by the Prime Minister on Extremism,  Farooq Aftab, Spokesperson for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community  said:   A distinction has to be drawn between Islam and terrorism. There is NO link between Islam and terrorism. The teachings of the Holy Quran are very clear. However, it is correct to say there is a […] The post Prime Minister Address on Extremism appeared first on Muslims4Humanity.

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    4. Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) Charity Hike for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal

      Bavarian Alps 20th – 24th July 2015 TWENTY FIVE young people are reaching new heights in their fundraising efforts this month – by hiking across the Wetterstein Mountains in Bavarian Alps. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association’s Hiking Club is fundraising for The Royal British Legion by sending 20 hikers on the five-day expedition. Working alongside […] The post Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) Charity Hike for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal appeared first on Muslims4Humanity.

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    5. The Annual AMYA Charity Challenge 2015

      On 25th April, the annual AMYA Charity Challenge will be in full force in Hyde Park, London. Established in the 1980s, the challenge invites people to walk, run or cycle to raise money for charity. An event that raises approximately a quarter of a million pounds a year, the AMYA charity challenge has become a […] The post The Annual AMYA Charity Challenge 2015 appeared first on Muslims4Humanity.

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    6. Mawlana Ahmad Kabir Noor Mohammad (ra): Pioneer of Bengal

      By Mussawir Momen USA Moulana Ahmad Kabir Noor Mohammad (ra), from Chittagong district and a famous Mohsin awlia (saintly person), came from Yemen and first spread Islam to this part of Bengal. Moulana Ahmad Kabir Noor Mohammad (ra) was an 8th generation descendant from Mohsin awlia’s nephew, Shah Sikandar who had also come with him […] The post Mawlana Ahmad Kabir Noor Mohammad (ra): Pioneer of Bengal appeared first on INSPIRATIONAL STORIES.

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    7. Yusef Abdul-Lateef: Why I Accepted Islam

      By Yusef’ Abdul-Lateef From an early age, in fact as far back as my pre-teens, I was, although I believed in God, obsessed and not clear about the idea of God, heaven, hell, and His creation. My parents, may Allah bless their souls, were Christians, adherents of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Therefore, they raised […] The post Yusef Abdul-Lateef: Why I Accepted Islam appeared first on INSPIRATIONAL STORIES.

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    8. The Martyrdom of Master Abdul Qudoos Shaheed (rh)

      ‘Those to whom men said, ‘People have mustered against you, therefore fear them,’ but this only increased their faith, and they said, ‘Sufficient for us is Allah, and an excellent Guardian is He.’ (Qur’an. 170-174) These are the words which embody within them the heroic story of Master Abdul Qudoos of Rabwah, Pakistan; a man who in […] The post The Martyrdom of Master Abdul Qudoos Shaheed (rh) appeared first on INSPIRATIONAL STORIES.

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    1. In His Own Words

      Qaasid Muin Ahmad presents selected extracts from the writings of the Promised Messiah (as) about the philosophy of the teachings of Islam. Guests include Abdul Quddus Arif and Shehzad Ahmad. Presentation of MTA International.

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    1. Friday Sermon: Blessings of Jalsa Salana UK 2015

      Congratulatory letters and faxes are being received from around the world on the successful conclusion of UK Jalsa Salana expressing the benefits derived from watching the proceedings on MTA. Real benefit and beneficence of Jalsa can only be attained when whatever is seen and heard is made a source of spiritually adorning one's life. Certainly no political or worldly matters are discussed at Jalsa, in fact when some distinguished non-Muslim or non-Ahmadi guests briefly address Jalsa most of them are mainly impressed by the spiritual atmosphere of Jalsa and base their comments on the teachings of the Jama'at. Jalsa is of course truly beneficial when all that is heard is put in practice by members of the Jama'at. Otherwise all the praise extended by the guests will be about something superficial. There needs to be uniformity between the inner and outer self of true believers.

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    2. Friday Sermon: Jumu'ah and Jalsa Salana

      After greeting everyone with "Assalamo-Alaikum wa Rahmatullah" - peace be upon you and the Mercy of Allah - and bearing witness to the absolute Unity of Allah and that Muhammad is His Messenger and Servant, and seeking the protection of Allah against Satan, Huzur Aqdas (may Allah strengthen him with His Mighty Help) recited Sura Al-Fatiha, and then said that:

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    3. Friday Sermon: Jalsa Salana 2015: hospitality and our responsibilities

      With the grace of God Jalsa Salana of Jama'at Ahmadiyya UK starts from next week. Volunteers have been busy for past several weeks at Hadiqatul Mahdi preparing for Jalsa. These preparations by Khuddam and other volunteers have intensified in the last ten days. It is no mean feat to make all the arrangements on what is essentially farmland. Khuddam from various parts of the UK and other volunteers do this task with amazing skill, and no example of this can be found in the whole world in any other organisation. It is a grace of God that He has instilled this passion in young men and others after taking Bai'at of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace). Sunshine or rain these young men serve selflessly for Jalsa Salana as initiated and established by the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace). And during Jalsa days thousands of other volunteers will join them to serve the guests and to make the operations of Jalsa Salana run smoothly. Later, a lot of time is required to wrap up the entire setup.

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    4. Friday Sermon: Khalifatul Masih II: Companions of Promised Messiah (a.s.)

      When we read or hear accounts of the companions of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) we note and observe their intense desire to recognise the truth, their intense desire to make financial and personal sacrifice and their demonstration, on individual levels, of ardent love and devotion for the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace). These were the latter-ones who tried to fulfil the dues of joining the ranks of the earlier-ones. Each had his own individual manner and style. Those who saw them or were close to them also learnt from them according to their own capacities and drew conclusions from some matters.

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    5. Friday Sermon: Love and Reverence for The Holy Quran

      Recently a short video clip was shown to Hazrat Khalifatul Masih of an African Maulawi teaching the Holy Qur'an to adults and beating them pitilessly on making minor mistakes. Someone whose language is not Arabic and is of an older age 17 to 18, or perhaps older, cannot pronounce each letter accurately like a person who has been trained to recite the Holy Qur'an (called qari). It is because of such attitudes that people shy away from reading the Holy Qur'an and many non-Arab Muslims do not know how to read it.

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    6. Friday Sermon: The Significance of Jumu'ah Prayers

      'O ye who believe! when the call is made for Prayer on Friday, hasten to the remembrance of Allah , and leave off all business. That is better for you, if only you knew. And when the Prayer is finished, then disperse in the land and seek of Allah's grace, and remember Allah much, that you may prosper.' (62:10-11)

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    7. Friday Sermon: Allah's Mercy, Forgiveness and Rewarding

      With the grace of Allah today we are going through the twenty second day of fasting and are in the third ashra (ten days) of Ramadan. According to a saying of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) we have passed Ramadan's ten days of God's mercy and then ten days of God's forgiveness and are now going through ten days of salvation from the fire of Hell. It is God's favour on us that He has granted us the opportunity to experience this. However, a true believer has firm belief in God, tries to abide by righteousness and is filled with fear of God and is not merely joyous that the last ten days of Ramadan will be a source of his salvation. No doubt, these days of Ramadan are a source...

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    8. Friday Sermon: Self-Reformation and helping others Reform

      We should remember and revisit the commandments given by God in the Holy Qur'an. Those given the responsibility to remind others about the commandments should indeed do so. Those with such responsibility are missionaries and office-holders. With the grace of God the Jama'at operates on central as well as auxiliary levels and these in turn have office-holders from national to neighbourhood level. Each of these office-holders is expected to discharge of the responsibilities as helpers of Khilafat; i.e responsibilities of Khilafat on a wider scale.

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    9. Friday Sermon: Harnessing the blessings of Ramadhan

      Today is Friday and the first day of the blessed month of Ramadan thus making it a day of countless blessings. The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) said that there is an hour on Friday when whatever a true believer supplicates gains acceptance by God. And he told us about Ramadan that during this month doors to Paradise are opened while doors to Hell are shut. God's grace and mercy is particularly stirred in Ramadan and true believers are showered with blessings. Indeed the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) said there are some conditions to attract God's grace.

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