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Atfal ul Ahma"yya

The Holy Qur’an The Hadith


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Writings of the Promised Messiah (as)


Message of Khalifatul Masih (ru)


History - The Ka’ba


Science - Burj Khalifa - The Tallest Building


Children’s Corner


Atfal Tarbiyyati Forum - Report


!e Holy Qur’an And We did raise among every people a Messenger, preaching: ‘Worship Allah and shun the Evil One.’ Then among them were some whom Allah guided and among them were some who became deserving of ruin. So travel through the earth, and see what was the end of those who treated the Prophets as liars! [Al-Nahl Chapter 16: Verse 37]

!e Ha"# The Holy Prophet (saw) said: “There is none who invites (others) towards guidance, except that for him shall be the rewards of all those who follow him - this shall not in the slightest cause a reduction in their own rewards. (Sahih Muslim)

W&tings of ' Prom(ed Messiah


“If it were in my power, I would have desired to go from door to door like beggars and propagate the True Religion of Allah and thereby rescue humanity from polytheism (Shirk) and disbelief (Kufr). If Allah would grant me the knowledge of the English language, I would personally embark on preaching (Tabligh) expeditions and spend my entire life in this pursuit even if I were to die in this cause.”

Messa% from Khalifatul Masih (ru) “You are the backbone of the future generations of Ahmadis in this country, and if you wake up to your responsibilities, as I have repeatedly expected of you and told you in so many words. Then Insha’Allah a revolution will begin here from this soil, which is spread to all the western countries” [Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih IV ru]

!e Ka’ba The small, cubed building known as the Ka’ba [Ka’bah] may not rival skyscrapers in height or mansions in width, but its impact on history and human beings is unmatched. The Ka’ba is the building towards which Muslims face five times a day, everyday, in prayer. This has been the case since the time of the Holy Prophet (saw) over 1400 years ago.

!e size of ' Ka’ba The current height of the Ka’ba is 39 feet, 6 inches, with the total size coming to 627 square feet. The inside room of the Ka’ba is 13 x 9 meters. The Ka’ba’s walls are one metre wide. The floor inside is 2.2 meters higher than the place where people perform Tawaf. The ceiling and roof are two levels made out of wood. They were reconstructed with teak, which is capped with stainless steel. The walls are all made of stone. The stones inside are unpolished, while the ones outside are polished.

O#er names of ' Ka’ba Literally, Ka’ba in Arabic means a high place with respect and prestige. The word Ka’ba may also be a derivative of a word, meaning cube. Some of these other names include: Bait ul Ateeq, which, according to one meaning, means, the earliest and most ancient. According to the second meaning, it means independent and liberating. Both meanings could be taken.

!e H(tory of ' Ka’ba Scholars and historians say that the Ka’ba has been reconstructed between five to 12 times. Hadhrat Adam (as) did the very first construction of the Ka’ba. Allah says in the Holy Qur’an that this was the first house that was built for humanity to worship Allah. After this, Hadhrat Ibrahim (as) and Hadhrat Ismail (as) rebuilt the Ka’ba. The measurements of the Ka’ba’s Ibrahimic foundations are as follows: - The eastern wall was 48 feet and 6 inches - The Hateem sidewall was 33 feet - The side between the black stone and Yemeni cover was 30 feet - The western side was 46.5 feet.

The Holy Prophet (saw) participated in one of its reconstructions before he became a Prophet. After a flash flood, the Ka’ba was damaged and its walls cracked. It needed rebuilding. This responsibility was divided among the Quraish’s four tribes. Hadhrat Muhammad (saw) helped with this reconstruction. Once the wall was erected, it was time to place the Black Stone (Hijar ul Aswad) on the eastern wall of the Ka’ba.

!e Black Stone - Hijar ul Aswad Arguments erupted about who would have the honor of putting the Black Stone in its place. A fight was about to break out over the issue, when Abu Umayyah, Makkah’s oldest man, proposed that the first man to enter the gate of the mosque the following morning would decide the matter. That man happened to be the Holy Prophet (saw). The Makkans were ecstatic. “This is th trustworthy one (Al-Ameen),” they shouted in a chorus. “This is Muhammad”. He came to them and they asked him to decide on the matter. He agreed. Prophet Muhammad (saw) proposed a solution that all agreed to putting the Black Stone on a cloak, the elders of each of he clans held on to one edge of the cloak and carried the stone to its place. The Prophet then picked up the stone and placed it on the wall of the Ka’ba.

Burj Khalifa - Tallest Buil"ng in ' World

Burj Khalifa, prior to its inauguration, known as Burj Dubai is a skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and the tallest manmade structure ever built, at 828 m (2,717 ft). Construction began on 21st September 2004, with the exterior of the structure completed on 1st October 2009. The building officially opened on 4th January 2010. At over 800 meters (2625 feet) and more than 160 stories, Burj Khalifa holds the following records: •  Tallest building in the world •  Tallest free-standing structure in the world •  Highest number of stories in the world •  Highest occupied floor in the world •  Highest outdoor observation deck in the world •  Elevator with the longest travel distance in the world •  Tallest service elevator in the world 


Doctor, doctor, I feel like a king. What’s your name? Joe. You must be Joe King! Doctor, doctor, everyone says I’m invisible. Who said that? Doctor Doctor! I think I'm a needle!" "I see your point!"

Q. A man drove 2,000 miles with his family without knowing he had a flat tyre. How was this possible? A. It was his spare tyre that was flat.

Q. A hiker went without sleep for seven days and wasn't tired. How was this possible? A. He slept at night.

Atfal Tarbiyyati Forum 2010- Repo* Alhamdulillah, Majlis Atfalul Ahmadiyya Region Baitul Futuh held successfully its first Regional Tarbiyyati Class on the 13th and 14th of February. According to the instruction of Mohtamin Sahib Atfalul Ahmadiyya UK the Atfal have been devided in 4 groups, named Tahir (7-8 years), Nasir (8-11 years), Bashir (12-13 years) and Nur group (14-15 years). On the 13th February we had organised the Tarbiyyati Forum for Atfal in the Tahir and Nasir groups. The registration began at 9 am in Tahir Hall. At 10.30 we had the combined opening session for Baitul Futuh and Bait ul Nur, was held by respected Mohtamim Atfalul Ahmadiyya UK.

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13th & 14th February Baitul Futuh Mosque For Further details contact your Local Qaid or Nazim-e-Atfal

After the opening session the Atfal were sent to their respected classes which were located at the rear of Tahir Hall. There were three classes for Bashir group and two classes for the Tahir group with maximum of 20 Tifl per class. In each class was one teacher and two assistants who helped the Atfal to complete their workbook. There was also a painting session during the day, which the Atfal very much enjoyed, and let to the unearthing of some real talents in our region. The combined final session began at 4:30pm and was chaired by the respected Regional Qaid Baitul Futuh after which Maghrib salaat was offered. The total attendance was 87 out of 166 Atfal (52.4%).

The day of the 14th was for was for the Nur and Bashir groups. The opening session began at 10:30 and was chaired by respected Regional Qaid Baitul Nur. Atfal from Baitul Futuh and Baitul Nur were both present in this opening session. After the opening session Atfal were sent to their classes, where they completed the workbooks provided to them.

After the Zuhr Salaat a one-hour discussion session was held in which each group discussed about the topic of Obedience towards one’s parents and prepared a small presentation for the final session. During the day three formal teaching sessions were held, which lasted until 4:30pm. Afterward the groups presented before the respected Regional Qaid, which was followed by a quiz competition. The final session began at 5 pm and was chaired by respected Mohtamim Sahib Atfal ul Ahmadiyya UK. The total attendance was 76 out of 137 (55.4%)





Local Nazim

Baitul Futuh


Baitul Futuh Mosque

11am - 1pm




Baitul Futuh Mosque

11am - 1pm

Amir Gil

New Malden


Tadworth Hall- New Malden

6pm - 8pm

Usaaid Ahmad

Lower Morden


Baitul Futuh Mosque

11am - 1pm




2 Northfiled Cresent, SM3 9SU

17pm 18pm

Arslan Bhatti

Raynes Park


47 Cavendish Ave. KT3 6QJ

5pm - 7pm

Danial Hayyat

Worcester Park


Malden Manor Primary School

7pm - 9pm

Wajahat Karim


Every Friday

Morden Tution Center - Next to Baitul Futuh Mosque

6pm - 9pm

Baitul Futuh Atfal eGazette  

Monthly Newsletter to highlight Regional and Local Atfal Ahmadiyya's activities and events.

Baitul Futuh Atfal eGazette  

Monthly Newsletter to highlight Regional and Local Atfal Ahmadiyya's activities and events.