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    Prayer Times

    Updated 2nd Mar 2016

    Salaat Masjid Fazl & Baitul Futuh
    Fajr

    05:45

    Zuhr 13:00
    Asr 16:00
    Maghrib 18:00
    Ishaa 20:30
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    1. Friday Sermon: The Teachings of Promised Messiah (a.s.)

      Ever since the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) made his claim and established his Jama'at and up until today Muslims have continuously alleged against the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) and his followers that we deny the concept of finality of Prophethood because the Promised Messiah called himself a Prophet or because we accept him as a Prophet.

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    2. Friday Sermon: Salat and Fiqah Masih

      Hazrat Musleh Maud (may Allah be pleased with him) said that two aspects of purification are very important for man; one is purification of thoughts and views and the other is to have pure and pious sentiments.

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    3. Friday Sermon: Salat is it

      The Holy Qur'an draws attention to observance of Salat in many places. At times it gives commandment to safeguard Salat, other times it gives commandment to be regular in Salat and it also gives commandment to offer Salat on time.

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    4. Friday Sermon: The Promised Messiah (a.s.)

      23 March, which was two days ago, is a very significant day for Ahmadiyya Community. This is the day the Divine promise made to the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) was fulfilled and his prophecy came true and the second phase/renaissance of Islam began.

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

      Today's Friday sermon was a continuation of short stories and fables with morals that Hazrat Musleh Maud (may Allah be pleased with him) had recalled the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) relating to him. These ancient stories from the Indian sub-continent are being related today by virtue of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace).

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    6. Friday Sermon: Good and Evil

      'O ye who believe! follow not the footsteps of Satan, and whoso follows the footsteps of Satan should know that he surely enjoins immorality and manifest evil.

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    7. 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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    8. Friday Sermon: The Prophecy of Musleh Ma'ood

      20 February is recognised as the day of the prophecy of Musleh Maud in the Ahmadiyya Community. In this prophecy God informed the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) that he will have a son who will serve faith and will have numerous qualities. The Promised Messiah (on whom be peace) said that this was not just a prophecy but was also a magnificent heavenly sign which God manifested for the truthfulness and greatness of the Holy Prophet (pace and blessings of Allah be on him). And this sign was far superior, grander and loftier than a sign which would bring a dead person back to life. Fact is that the soul of dead person can be only brought back to life through prayer and this matter is copiously contested. However, in this instance through the grace of God and blessings of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) the Promised Messiah says his prayers were accepted and a promise was made to send a blessed soul whose evident and latent qualities would spread all over the world. Even if this sign seemed or appeared to be on par with a sign of bringing the dead back to life but it is realised upon thinking that it is indeed hundreds of times a better sign. Dead souls are brought back through prayer and here a soul was sent for through prayer but those souls and this soul were poles apart.

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    9. 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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