Friday Sermon (MTA 1)

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Friday Sermon
GenreReligion
Opening themeAzaan
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Production
Location(s)Baitul Futuh
Running time30
Production company(s)MTA International
DistributorMTA International
Broadcast
Original channelMuslim Television Ahmadiyya
Original run1994 – Present
External links

[[1], [2], [3]

[4] Website]
[[5], [6] Production website]
 
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Friday Sermon
GenreReligion
Opening themeAzaan
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Production
Location(s)Baitul Futuh
Running time30
Production company(s)MTA International
DistributorMTA International
Broadcast
Original channelMuslim Television Ahmadiyya
Original run1994 – Present
External links

[[1], [2], [3]

[4] Website]
[[5], [6] Production website]

'Friday Sermon(MTA 1)' or simply Friday Sermon is the longest running program of MTA International. It is Friday Sermon of Khalifatul Masih, the spiritual head of Ahmadiyya Muslim. It was first aired in 1994 and by blessings of Allah and is airing on different channels of MTA International. It is only program of MTA International which is translated in different languages of the world. There was a time when it was hard for Ahmadis to reach this spiritual speech but it can easily viewed. It is the most important program for the members of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. The sermon is live from Baitul Futuh, London at 1 pm.

Format[edit]

The sermon starts with Azaan, then the caliph arrives and delivers the sermon on a particular topic.

Production[edit]

The sermon was first aired in 1994 and is successful airing on. It is produced by MTA 1 and is translated for the viewers other channel. It is shown of all channels of MTA International. It can be found on different official websites of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. It is tried to delivered to Ahmadis on every media.[1] [2] [3] [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MTA International". MTA International. Retrieved 5 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "Official Youtube Channel". Al Islam Library. Retrieved 5 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "Official Production Website". Rah-e-Huda. Retrieved 5 September 2011. 
  4. ^ "Official Production Website". Al Islam. Retrieved 5 September 2011.