Press Release29. June 2021
Friday Khutba25. June 2021
Dear Brothers and Sisters! Health is undoubtedly one of the greatest blessings bestowed upon us by Allah (swt), after Imaan. Rasulullah (saw) has said, “There are two blessings that many people are deceived into losing: health and free time.” When we are in good health for a long time, we may be neglectful about how great a blessing health is. But when we fall ill, we remember its value again.
Press Release09. June 2021
Bekir Altaş, Secretary General of Islamic Community Millî Görüş (IGMG), released a statement on the elections in the State of Saxony-Anhalt. “In the State of Saxony-Anhalt, one out of five people have voted for the far-right. The good news is that it is possible to form a government without the AfD and any other way should not be resorted to.” said Altaş and continued his statement as follows:
Friday Khutba04. June 2021
Friday Khutba28. May 2021
Dear Muslims! The word ‘Rizq’ is defined as something that which nourishes us. The Islamic perspective and take on this word adds a spiritual meaning, which encompasses wealth, family ties, spirituality, our faith, intellect, health and everything else that are beneficial to us and can help us fulfil our duties and obligations to serve and obey Allah, and care for this earth.
Friday Khutba21. May 2021
Dear brothers and sisters! Human beings, the most honorable of all creations in the universe, have been created worthy of all praise and respect. As it has superior qualities such as reason and will, it can distinguish good from bad, right from wrong, and beautiful from ugly. Every human being is born as free and innocent. It is forbidden by our religion to interfere with the freedoms of people, to restrict their rights of life, to take away their freedom of belief and worship, and to steal their rights of owning possessions. These issues have been accepted as mutual human values by all religions throughout history. Therefore, no human being can be subjected to a different treatment due to their belief, language, race, and color. The freedom of thought and belief and the desire to worship freely are the most natural rights of every human being.
Friday Khutba13. May 2021
Dear Brothers and Sisters! With the grace of Allah (swt), we evaluated Ramadan, the sultan of eleven months, with Ibadah despite some difficulties brought by the pandemic. We tamed our Nafs by fasting, approached Allah (swt) by performing tarawih prayers, blessed our goods by paying our zakat, opened ourselves to Allah (swt) with our duas, and we gave our way of life again by reading our book of life, the Quran. Praise be to Allah who made us successful in committing these righteous deeds. We must now continue these beauties, which we have earned in line with our identity as a believer, which continues every day of the year.