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On Wednesday 26th January 2016 the Multi Faith Forum organised an event at Walsall College. It was to condemn the genocide and inhuman killings of Jews in concentration camps. Representative from different faith groups attended including representatives from the Christian Faith, Jewish Faith, Sikh Faith and Muslim Faith attended.

Say no to terrorism was the title of the anti-terrorism seminar held on the 14th of March in the Ace Centre Nelson by PAT UK convener Sehrish Ismaeel.

Unfortunately there is an over representation of Muslims in prison constituting more than 14% which is over 12,000 Muslim prisoners in Britain’s jails, whereas the Muslim population of the UK constitutes less than 4%. Mr Michael Spurr, head of the prison and probation service for England and Wales told the BBC Panorama that “there is a 'significant risk' of Muslim inmates becoming radicalised.”

Minhaj Sister's Walsall hold a study circle every Saturdays, for children aged 6-13 years. The aim of these study circles is to build children's confidence and to encourage them to reconnect to Allah and the Prophet  (PBUH), through basic and fun learning.

This event was organised by Minhaj-ul-Quran Dundee aimed towards young Adults aged 13-25. It was brought together under the supervision of President Minhaj-ul-Quran Dundee Talat Mahmood and youth in charge Allama Adeel Qasmi who prepped the participants.

Minhaj Evening School London’s students celebrated the 67th birthday of Qibla Huzoor and paid tribute towards His contributions Islam during their class time on 19th February.

Minhaj Women League London organised a beautiful nasheed programme on Saturday 3rd of March 2018.

The Minhaj Women League London teamed up with Minhaj welfare foundation to raise awareness and funds to build an orphan village which will provide care, education and vocational training for girls from marginalised communities in Khanewal (South Punjab) in Pakistan.

MQI UK with members from all over the United Kingdom, and representation from all its forums and central projects gathered on Saturday 17th February to celebrate the 67th Birthday of their Beloved Qaid, Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri.   The previous national event celebrating Qaid Day was held in 2016 and there was immense excitement and joy that the UK based Minhaj Family were coming together to mark this annual celebration.

Meeting in Vienna – ‘Plan of Action for Religious Leaders and Actors to Prevent Incitement to Violence that Could Lead to Atrocity’, 13-15 February 2018.
By Dr Zahid Iqbal, Advisory Council of Minhaj-ul-Qur’an UK, Al-Hidayah, Peace Education Programme of Minhaj-ul-Qur’an, Chair of Governors of Minhaj College Manchester.

Having attended, on behalf of Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International (MQI) UK, the first day of the ‘Implementation meeting for the Plan of Action for Religious Leaders and Actors to Prevent Incitement to Violence that Could Lead to Atrocity Crimes’ in the United Nations Office in Vienna today, I thought I would share some of my observations, and provide a simple challenge to the readers towards the end.

Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri (Chairman, Supreme Council Minhaj-ul-Quran International) visited Madinat Al-Zahra’s phase 1 temporary building after the Qaid Day celebrations in Bradford on 17th February 2018

On behalf of Minhaj-ul-Quran International Shaykh Rehan Raza Al-Azhari met with Head of 51 Brigade Gary Deakin to discuss a number of issues at the Army Headquarters in Sterling.  

Shaykh Rehan started by introducing Minhaj-ul-Quran International and Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir ul Qadri and the work that is being carried out at global level for the betterment of humanity.

On Saturday 7th October 2017, a Peace Education Programme workshop and seminar was held in Manchester at the MWF Head Office on the topic of peace, counter-terrorism and community cohesion for the North region.

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