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    Last Updated 17th-Nov-2015 (BST)

    Salaat Masjid Fazl & Baitul Futuh
    Fajr

    06:15

    Zuhr 13:00
    Asr 13:00
    Maghrib 16:45
    Ishaa 20:00

     

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    1. Friday Sermon: Truth and Falsehood

      During the lifetime of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) it was mentioned by someone in a Jalsa speech that the only difference between the mission of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) and other Muslims was that the others accepted that Jesus (on whom be peace) ascended to the heavens alive while we believe that he died a natural death. This did not clarify the objective of the advent of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) who in spite of suffering from ill health made a speech to fully elucidate the matter.

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    2. Friday Sermon: Khalifatul Masih II: Pearls of Wisdom

      The Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) said that Allah the Exalted is hidden but He can be identified through His powers. One can find His Being through prayer. Every human, including kings and emperors, faces difficult times which reduce him to humility and at a loss as to what to do. During such times difficulties can be resolved through prayer.

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    3. Friday Sermon: Khalifatul Masih II: Pearls of Wisdom

      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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    4. Friday Sermon: Financial Sacrifice and Waqf-e-Jadid

      It was revealed to the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace): 'There is no God but Me, so take Me alone as your Guardian.' [Tadhkirah, p. 626] Here God assured the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) that he did not have to turn to anyone else, that God alone would make everything work for him, He alone would be the Guardian and He alone would provide all the resources. God reassured that He alone had the power to make good everything and that indeed He would do so....

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    5. Friday Sermon: The Year 2016 and our Responsibilities

      Today is the first day of the New Year and the year is starting with the blessed day of Friday. It is tradition to wish each other a Happy New Year, as such people are sending messages of good wishes to Hazrat Khalifatul Masih and they would be wishing each other as well. The New Year is celebrated in the Western, developed world by partying and drinking through the night and by firework displays. In fact this is also how it is now celebrated in Muslim countries. Television news was reporting last night with images of a 63-storey building on fire...

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    6. Friday Sermon: Jalsa Salana Qadian 2015

      These are days of Qadian Jalsa Salana. This year the Jalsa will commence tomorrow. Meanwhile Jalsa Salana has begun today in Australia and West Coast of USA. Jalsa Salana Qadian has special significance as it is the hometown of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) and this is where Jalsa Salana was first initiated.....

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    7. Friday Sermon: Promised Messiah: The exalted status of The Holy Prophet (saw)

      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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    8. Friday Sermon: The Promised Messiah and True Islam

      Recently a newspaper columnist wrote and an Australian politician also said that Muslims become terrorists because of the Islamic teaching of Jihad and other commandments of Islam. A politician serving in the Government here in the UK had also said that there are some commandments or the other in Islam which incline people towards extremism.

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    9. Friday Sermon: The Promised Messiah: Revelations and Companions

      In accordance with Divine promise, the true and ardent devotee of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) was sent to start the second phase of Islam. Fortunate were those who experienced the time of fresh revelations after 1400 years and were the recipients of direct beneficence of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) after taking bai'at on his hand...

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    10. Friday Sermon: The Japan Visit

      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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    11. Friday Sermon: Khalifatul Masih I

      Every Ahmadi who has read something about Hazrat Maulana Nur ud Din (may Allah be pleased with him) knows the ardent love he had for the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace). If an example can be given of love for the Promised Messiah, a love that stems only for the sake of God, it can be the love of none other than Hazrat Maulana Nur ud Din (may Allah be pleased with him). His exemplary devotion encompassed the most excellent model after taking bai?'at, fulfilment of the dues of bai?'at and forging a connection, noteworthy devotion and humility. He established the highest standard of this in the Ahmadiyya history. In return he was honoured by the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) in a Persian verse in a way no one else was honoured:

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