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Tag - Prayer – Worship
In this keynote address at the inauguration of a mosque in Lloydminster, His Holiness explains how mosques promote peace for all:
Muslim and non-Muslim alike.
Keynote address at the inauguration of Baitul Ikram mosque in Leicester, U.K.
At the opening of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s first mosque in Nagoya, Japan, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih V(aba) addresses the role of...
What are the main functions of the mosques built by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community today?
Explaining the purpose of man’s life and how it can be attained.
An in-depth exposition of the philosophy of prayers and the conditions for the acceptance of prayers.
The sun in different religious traditions.
Glimpses into various religious and spiritual topics in different scriptures.
What have we been created for and how do we fulfil the purpose of our existence?
The importance of the Arabic language as a vessel for the transmission and dissimenation of spiritual commandments.
An address at Roehampton University: true peace depends upon man recognising God. The teachings of the Holy Qur'an provide a recipe for the establishment and...
An address given by the Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim community at the 2005 Kenya Annual Convention – Being an Ahmadi Muslim is not enough; one should...
A short speech delivered by Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the current Supreme Head of the Ahmadiyya Community in Islam, on the inauguration of a new mosque in...
A Friday sermon from 1983 delivered by Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih IV(ru) that explored the significance of a mosque with reference to the Ka’aba.
How a firm conviction in one’s faith, spiritual belief and trust in God is an important factor in controlling stress.
Love for God
The Exalted Life
Guide Posts SYMPATHY (Bashir Ahmad Orchard) “And slacken not in your zeal for the sympathy of your people.” (Quran 4:105). Sympathy comes as a...