Friday Sermon delivered on 21st September 2012 from the Baitul Futuh Mosque, London.
Tag - Rights – Freedom of Speech
Free Speech and Islam: Dialogue or Dissension?
A Leader of Love
The debate on freedom of speech has been reignited after new cartoons are published.
How is ‘freedom of speech’ defined according to Human Rights law? How should a Muslim, according to the Sharia, react to the publishing of derogatory cartoons...
The Holy Qur’an and interview with Dr. Terry Jones
To what extent does Islam permit freedom of expression and freedom of speech?
Who owns the Copyright?
A review of the true respect that Islam accords to believers of other faiths.
A keynote address to an audience of dignitaries at a Thanksgiving Dinner to mark the First Centenary of the founding of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam.
An address by Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih V – Islam is a religion of tolerance and allows freedom of belief and expression of opinion.
An extract from Murder in the Name of Islam. The punishment for apostacy is of medieval Christian origin that Maududi borrowed and made Islam a mouse-trap.
The recent furore over the cartoon depicting the Prophet of Islam(sa) as a terrorist is as irresponsible as is the burning of foreign embassies and destruction...