Oppressor, victim, rescuer or bystander. Which one are you?

By Dr Salman Butt
20 years on and the notorious prison at Guantanamo Bay still stands. Innocent inmates still wait to be released. Many courageous people, including non-Muslims, have called for justice and due process. Where are you? Don’t be complicit by your silence. Allah warns us that evil will not only affect a few people. Left unchecked it will eventually consume everyone…

Worried? Afraid? Call on Allah!

By Arshad Gamiet

“Too often  we try to deal with life’s problems our problems on our own, without seeking Allah’s help. These problems pile up until they become unbearable. Yet all it takes is for us to call on Allah for help, and to answer Allah’s call. Our faith and trust in Allah must awaken a desire to please Allah at all times…”

How important are your parents?

By Shaykh Hasan Elwan
“This passionate and eloquent khutbah explains the crucial importance our parents hold in our lives. Please view it and share it widely. Editors.”

Covid-19: a punishment or mercy?

By Shaykh Hasan Elwan

“Is the coronavirus a punishment from Allah?” “Is Allah angry at us?” “Is the coronavirus a blessing, test, or punishment?” These theological questions are in the hearts and minds of many Muslims since the coronavirus spread worldwide, infecting over two million and taking the life of over 100,000 people thus far.1 Answering these questions requires a discussion of core theological concepts, including a thorough understanding of the concept of punishment. 

The Pursuit of Happiness

By Zakarya Gangat

Cambridge Central Mosque

What brings us lasting happiness? This khutbah explains your elusive search for happiness that isn’t just a fleeting experience, but a joyfulness that lasts.

What Jesus means to me as a Muslim

By Omar Suleiman
“It is not an exaggeration to say that I could not be a Muslim without believing in Jesus. Islam has six articles of faith: belief in God, the angels, the divinely revealed scriptures, the messengers of God, the day of judgment and divine decree. To disbelieve in any one of those articles of faith is to disbelieve in Islam, and to reject any messenger of God (from Adam to Noah, Abraham to Moses, Jesus to Muhammad) is to reject Islam.”

Why do we believe in what we believe?

By Dr Omar Medani
“It’s not enough to be only emotionally attached to Islam. We must also be intellectually convinced that we are following the right religion. Emotion combined with reason becomes a passionate, powerful combination. This is how we can convince our children, future generations and our neighbours in the wider society…”

Islamic and Jewish Views of Jesus’ Teachings

By Rabbi Allen Maller
“So the Trinitarian belief of Christianity is incorrect according to Islam and Judaism, but a Unitarian view is truly monotheistic.  So we can and should follow many of Rabbi Jesus’ teachings. ..”