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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.

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.”

From Prisoner to President, Nelson Mandela was a remarkable man. 27 years in prison to fight for the struggle for freedom.
Only history will tell the true greatness of Nelson Mandela.  A colossus and a secular giant of man who exhumed a persona of calm, peace and tranquility as well as a saint who gave the gift of life and hope to millions.

On 31st January 2019 Minhaj Sisters were invited to St. Paul's Church Walsall as a recognition of our interfaith work . This meeting was to meet Faith minister Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth. A new initiative called Walsall For All was set up to bring communities together.

Alhamdulillah, MWL in Sheffield celebrated , Shumail Mustafa (SAW), Journey of the beloved Prophet MUHAMMAD (SAW) Beauty. Introduction of the event was given by Baji Shahida (President MWL Sheffield), leading into the recitation of the Holy Quran and translated by Baji Shana , Beautiful Naats and poetry were recited by many sisters and young children.

On the 23rd January Minhaj Sister took part in a feeding the homeless event at Walsall community kitchen. As part of Minhaj ul Quran inter faith work Minhaj Sisters have been going into the local communities to help wherever needed. 

As part of the inter faith work of Minhaj Sisters, sister Rania Hussain Qadri visited the Methodist Circuit Ladies Group. Sister Rania had been invited by Minister Liam Dacre-Davies to talk about the mosque church twinning, she spoke to the ladies about the role of Muslim women in the local community . 

Minhaj Sisters UK organised its very first National Nasheed Competition at the Minhaj College Manchester on 27th January 2019.

Competitors came from all over the UK including London, the Midlands, Bradford, Sheffield, Manchester, and some all the way from the icy hills of Scotland.

Minhaj Sisters Midland region brought in the new year with a spiritual mehfil at the home of Sister Rozina Nawaz. As well as a celebration of the Mawlid un Nabi (SAW) a Giyaarvin Shareef was organised in a most spiritual way in remembrance of Huzoor Ghaus e Azam. The sisters wanted to increase their connection with Shaykh Abdul Qadir Gilani.

On Sunday 8th July 2018, Minhaj ul Qur’an International, Bradford arranged an annual Eid celebration event for sisters, under the banner of Madinat Al-Zahra which was attended by over 500 participants from Bradford, Rochdale, Manchester, Dewsbury, Leeds and surrounding areas.

By the grace of Almighty Allah, Madinat al Zahra was blessed to host his eminence Shaykh ul Islam Dr. Muhammad Tahir ul Qadri on Saturday 30th June 2018. This was Shaykh ul Islam’30th June visit of Madinat al Zahra since its purchase in 2013, and his first since the temporary building had been constructed. Along with his eminence, we were grateful to welcome Dr. Hassan Mohi ud din Qadri (Chairman Minhaj ul Quran International Supreme Council), Shaykh Hammad Mustafa al-Qadri, Mufti Qazi Hassan Raza (Al-Markaz ul Islami), Shaykh Atabek Shukurov, Syed Ali Abbas Bukhari (Managing Director Minhaj ul Quran International).

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