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Eidul Adha khutbah in Egham, UK

By Essam Mahgoub

Be sincere. Do as you say and say as you do. Let there be no contradiction between your words and your actions. Be rational and logical, but Allah’s explicit commands come first. Whatever Allah has forbidden (harām) overrules any rational or logical debates. Allah always knows best, and we may only discover that Divine wisdom in the fulness of time…

How to know Allah intellectually

By Omar Medani
Those of us who live amongst people of diverse belief systems must find a way of explaining Islam that makes sense to others. We cannot rely on faith alone, as important as it is. We must also engage intellectually, and the Quran provides many rhetorical questions and answers to help us present a convincing argument.

The importance and value of Hajj

By Nouman Ali Khan 

Deeper and richer layers of meaning lay behind the Fifth Pillar of our faith. In this engaging and illuminating talk, we revisit the life and struggles on Nabi Ibrahim, Alahis Salaam. This video is essential viewing for those who have yet to go on Hajj, as well as for those who have already done so.

Physics and proof of Isra’ wal Mi’raj

By Faraz Khan

In this khutbah, Faraz Khan explains how the Miraculous Night Journey and Ascent to Heaven (Isra’ wal Mi’raj) can be understood in terms of modern physics.

The beautiful story of Salman the Persian (Salman Al Farsi)

by Omar Medani
Allah will test us, often severely, in our faith. Those who persevere with patience and determination will be winners in the end. Salman Al Farsi had many hardships on his way to Islam. His eventful life is an amazing story of faith and determination.

The Hidden Gems

By Arshad Gamiet
“Our eyes pass over the surface of things, but the essence is not visible to us. This is the difference between basar, sight, and baṣīrah, inner sight or insight into the true nature of things. Baṣīrah is Allah’s gift to very special people. Those whom Allah has blessed with wisdom are able to discern things clearly with the eye of the heart. Such people are truly the hidden gems of our Ummah…”

Beware the danger of hypocrisy

By Atif Jung

Those who are openly believers and openly disbelievers are easy to identify. But hypocrites, those who pretend to be believers but who secretly hate us are a much bigger problem. We must beware of any traits of hypocrisy in our own hearts: backbiting, slandering others, making promises that we have no intention of keeping…

This is what Ramadan was preparing you for…

By Dr Salman Butt.
“Allah did not create us to be thrown into the fire. Allah created us for worship; to worship Allah alone. Every good deed, big or small, is an act of worship. When we resist our evil temptations and we work hard to please Allah, then our status with Allah rises higher than the angels…