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Six Articles of faith in Islam
  1. To believe in the Oneness of Allah.
  2. To believe in all His Angels.
  3. To believe in all His Books.
  4. To believe in all His Prophets.
  5. To believe in the Day of Resurrection.
  6. To believe in the Decree of Allah.

The Five Pillars of Islam

In order to enter into the fold of Islam i.e. to be Muslim, one has to know, believe, accept totally and sincerely apply the five basic principles (Pillars) on which Islam is based: Ibn Umar narrated that the Messenger of Allah - Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said: Islam is based on the following five pillars (principles):

  1. Bearing witness that there is no God but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.
  2. Observance of Prayer.
  3. Paying Zakat.
  4. Fasting during Ramadhan.
  5. Pilgrimage to the house of Allah.

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One who misses Fajr prayer, the brightness is taken away from his/her face.

One who misses Zohar prayer, the blessing is taken away from his/her earning.

One who misses Asar prayer, the strength is taken away from his/her body.

One who misses Maghrib prayer, he or she will not get any benefit from their children.

One who misses Isha prayer, the comfort is taken away from him or her.

One who misses 3 consecutive Juma prayer, God puts a seal on his/her heart for ever.


Friday Sermon delivered on 25th October 2013

Building of Mosques and Our Responsibilities

After reciting Tashahhud, Ta'awwudh and Surah Fatihah, Hudhur (ayyadhullahota'ala) said:

With His grace God has enabled the Ahmadis of Brisbane and the Ahmadis of Australia to build a mosque in Brisbane, Australia. We could not thank God enough for this favour. The site was purchased about fifteen years ago and a mission house and a Prayer hall was built. When Hazrat Khalifatul Masih visited Brisbane for the first time in 2006 he felt that in spite of these buildings the site did not have the vigour/liveliness that can now be felt with the building of the mosque. Today’s sermon was based on a few commandments of God to encourage us and our next generations to continue to pay these dues. The verses recited at the start are verses 30 and 32 of Surah Al Ar’af and they are regarding mosques. They cite what is expected of believers as well as they advise them that those who are associated with mosques will attain God’s grace if they become true worshippers of God. First and foremost, justice is enjoined; establishment of justice which starts from the first building block of society, that is, a family, to international level....Read more here

Friday Sermon delivered on 18th October 2013

Prime Attributes of True Servants of Allah

After reciting Tashahhud, Ta'awwudh and Surah Fatihah, Hudhur (ayyadhullahota'ala) said:

The Promised Messiah(as) has explained the word Ebaadi (My servants) as: ‘Those people who believe in Allah the Exalted and the Holy Prophet(saw).’ These are the people who are Ebaadi and are thus close to God and those who do not believe are distant from God. God states that in order to become His true servant His commandment should be obeyed. This would bring good and prayers would be accepted. When God states that His servants should say what pleases God, it definitely demands enhancement of faith and requires one to bring one’s word and deed in congruity. ...Read more here

Friday Sermon delivered on 11th October 2013

Strive to Fulfill the Conditions of Baiat

Hudhur (ayyadhullahota'ala) delivered the Friday sermon

After reciting Tashahhud, Ta'awwudh and Surah Fatihah, Hudhur (ayyadhullahota'ala) said:

Hazrat Khalifatul Masih said that those of us who claim to be in the Bai’at of the Promised Messiah need to self-analyse as to how much are we fulfilling the objective of his advent. He said that he had come to strengthen faith, therefore we need to analyse if our faith is inclined towards being strengthened. He said faith is strengthened by perfect belief in God, but there is too much reliance on worldly resources. Today reliance on God has become secondary while the importance of worldly people and worldly matters has become foremost....Read more here

اردو فونٹ کے لئے ادھر کلک کریں۔
جس نے فجر کی نماز ترک کی اس کے چہرے سے نور ختم کر دیا جاتا ہے۔
(بخاری/ ترمذی)
جس نے ظہر کی نماز ترک کی اس کی روزی سے برکت ختم کر دی جاتی ہے۔
(بخاری/ ترمذی)
جس نے عصر کی نماز ترک کی اس کے بدن سے طاقت ختم کر دی جاتی ہے۔
(بخاری/ ترمذی)
جس نے مغرب کی نماز ترک کی اس کو اولاد سے کوئی فائدہ نہیں ہوگا۔(بخاری/ ترمذی)
جس نے عشاء کی نماز ترک کی اس کی نیند سے راحت ختم کر دی جاتی ہے۔
(بخاری/ ترمذی)
جس نے لگاتار جمعہ کی تین نمازیں ترک کیں اﷲ ہمیشہ کے لیئے اس کے دل پر مہر لگا دیتا ہے۔(بخاری/ ترمذی)