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Each week on Friday, Muslims are required to take a bath, dress in their best clean clothes, wear perfume and assemble in the mosque for Friday Prayer. Friday Prayer is an occasion for the assembly of the Muslims of a whole city or a town. It gives them an opportunity to meet together to discuss and solve their individual as well as community problems. Getting together once a week develops unity, co-operation and cohesiveness among Muslims. Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (atba), the Caliph and worldwide head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, delivers the Friday Sermon each Friday from the Baitul Futuh Mosuqe in London, the largest Mosque in Western Europe. MTA broadcasts the Friday Sermon Live with up to 8 simultaneous translations, and also provides an online stream. Through MTA therefore, the Imam is able to address not just the congregation, but also the entire world. 

The Friday Sermon, in this way, becomes a demonstration of Islamic equality. It gives the Imam a chance to advise all Muslims at the same time on urgent matters that face them.






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