Category archives for UK

Muslim Leader Calls for Jihad against extremism and oppression

  “Lack of justice leading to increased terrorism and sectarianism” – Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad The Annual Convention (Jalsa Salana) of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat in India concluded on 28 th December in Qadian with a powerful and faith inspiring address by the World Head of the community, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, who addressed the […]

Pan African Dinner, 26th November 2011, Ahmadiyya Muslims celebrate African Independence

On 26 November 2011, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat celebrated the Golden Anniversary of the Independence of Cameroon, Sierra Leone and Tanzania in an event organised by the Pan-African Ahmadiyya Muslim Association UK. Dignitaries representing a number of African countries attended the function that took place at the Baitul Futuh Mosque in Morden, Surrey. The highlight […]

How Europe came to forget about its Arabic heritage.

BY ABDUL HAQ COMPIER Source / Courtesy: January 2011, Alislam-eGazette Summary: Traditional education about Western civilisation tells the story of how around 1500, Greek texts recovered the lost memory of Europe’s Greek and Roman past and unleashed an era of progress in science and civilisation called the Renaissance. In fact, the progress in civilisation had begun in […]

Khalifatul Masih V, International leader of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community recommending an Italian Author

Khalifatul Masih V, International leader of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (Hudhur) quoted from a book by Prof. Laura Veccia Vaglieri, in a recent Friday sermon and highly applauded it.  The book is titled, An interpretation of Islam.  He said in this sermon among other things: An Italian professor, Laura Veccia Vaglieri writes that slavery has been around ever since human civilisation […]

Polygamy in the Holy Qur’an

King Henry the VIII and his six wives This is an article by Dr. Khaula Rehman published in spring 2010 volume of Muslim Sunrise. A picture is worth a thousand words, let me introduce King Henry the VIII to soften the righteous indignation of those who have only been told about the permission of polygamy in Islam […]

Arrest at The Sun spreads Murdoch hacking scandal

Source / Courtesy: Yahoo News LONDON (AP) — A journalist at Rupert Murdoch’s The Sun tabloid has been arrested on suspicion of police corruption, British media reported Friday, a development that spreads the taint of scandal to the country’s biggest-selling newspaper. U.K. broadcasters and newspapers identified the journalist as award-winning editor Jamie Pyatt, whose name […]

‘Pakistan Exists thanks to Uncle’

Source / Courtesy: The Mercury, UK dated: August 19, 2009 This article refers to testimony of Prof. Muttieeullah Dard about the historic meeting of his uncle, Maulana Abdur Raheem Dard, Imam of London Mosque in thirties and Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the Founder of Pakistan.  The meeting led to Jinnah’s return to sub-continent politics and eventual creation of Pakistan in 1947. “My uncle […]

Murdoch was sent ‘hacking is rife’ email

Source / Courtesy: The Independent Emails published today show that News International boss James Murdoch was sent details in 2008 of claims that phone-hacking was “rife” at the News of the World. But Mr Murdoch told the House of Commons Culture Committee, which is investigating the hacking scandal, that he did not read the email […]