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    Last Updated 19th-May-2015 (GMT)

    Salaat Masjid Fazl & Baitul Futuh
    Fajr 04:00
    Zuhr 14:00
    Asr 17:30
    Maghrib 21:15
    Ishaa 21:15

     

    1. Gillingham News Letter May 2015

      Last month we saw many events take place locally, regionally and nationally and it was great to see participation from our Khuddam at all levels. Every event we partake in is a source of blessing from Allah and we should endeavour to be available and forthcoming without hesitation, every time we are called upon.

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    2. 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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    3. Collection Sainsburys, charing cross for Barnardos.

      They did do an amazing job and although the amount seemed small to them it is actually more than enough to keep one young person safe, warm and fed for 1 week so they have potentially saved a life. They also kept the relationship that we have with the store, from previous collections, a positive […] The post Collection Sainsburys, charing cross for Barnardos. appeared first on Muslims4Humanity.

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    4. 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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    5. 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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    6. 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. MKA UK Ijtema 2015 Promo

      The theme for this years Ijtema is ?'The need for Khilafat?'. You will hopefully have seen this theme being developed throughout the year in your activities as well as local and regional ijtema?'s. Essentially to try and make man closer to his creator. In this spirit we hope that we can create an atmosphere of brotherhood amongst each other over the three days.

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    2. AMSA: Freedom of Speech - Where Should The Boundaries Lie? Birmingham University

      The recent heinous Charlie Hebdo massacre has triggered a whirlwind of discussion regarding the role and nature of free speech within our society. As the debate continues, this joint event featuring speakers from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Society and the Atheist, Secular and Humanist society will attempt to give their perspectives on the pertinent questions of the day. Is freedom of speech an unlimited concept? Should we restrict our expressions and thoughts for fear of offending others? How should Muslims react to depictions of their Prophet?

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    1. Friday Sermon: Promised Messiah (a.s.): The exalted status of The Prophet (saw)

      The government of Punjab in Pakistan has recently banned the publication and display of some Jama'at publications. With the use of mobile technology and messaging apps news travels very fast these days. People from Pakistan write in to Huzoor expressing their anxiety at the matter. It should be remembered this opposition against the Jama'at is nothing new.

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    2. Friday Sermon: Religion, morality and material success

      A question which is raised these days perhaps more than ever before by the young, those who have not had proper guidance and those who do not follow religion is that since worldly education leads to good morals what is the point of abiding by religion?

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    3. Friday Sermon: Khalifatul Masih II: Pearls of Wisdom 17th April 2015

      Hazrat Musleh Maud (may Allah be pleased with him) once said that great achievements are wrought by prayer whereas people skilled in mesmerism/hypnotism can also bring about changes in people through their knowhow but these changes are temporary and individual and they do not bring about revolutionary advantages. However, when prayer is made with all its due requisites it can turn around fortunes of nations.

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    4. Friday Sermon: Khalifatul Masih II: Pearls of Wisdom 27th March 2015

      The Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) cited publication of posters/pamphlets as one of the five branches for the purpose of his advent. He said: 'I have decided to have forty posters published today as completion of proof for the opponents and the deniers. So that on the Day of Judgement I can submit to God Almighty that I accomplished the task for which I was sent.'

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    5. Friday Sermon: Taqwa (Righteousness)

      'O ye who believe! fear Allah; and let every soul look to what it sends forth for the morrow. And fear Allah; verily Allah is Well-Aware of what you do. And be not like those who forgot Allah, so He made them forget themselves. It is they that are the rebellious.' (59:19-20)

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